My Chem, Alice In Chains And More Announce Record Store Day Black Friday Releases
For Black Friday this coming November, Record Store Day have announced a bunch of exclusive and limited-edition vinyl releases – including records from My Chemical Romance, Alice In Chains and Beastie Boys.
Taking place on November 27 at over 200 indie record stores across the UK, Record Store Day Black Friday will feature many one-off or never-before-released albums, from and red and white vinyl edition of My Chemical Romance’s Life On The Murder Scene to Alice In Chains’ second studio EP SAP on vinyl and Beastie Boys’ 1994 compilation record Some Old Bullshit.
The Big Moon, the official ambassadors of this year’s event, say: “We’ve played in lots of excellent record shops up and down the country and have met wonderful people every time. From the people who work there and organise events to the generous souls who have parted with their money and time to buy our records and come to see us play intimate shows. It just generally made us feel like what we’re doing is sometimes worthwhile.
“It’s important that we protect these physical communal spaces so that in the post corona virus world we can make sure they are still there and accessible and welcoming to all. Support your local record store!”
Take a look at some of the available records below (artists in alphabetical order):
Alice In Chains – SAP – LP
Baroness – Live at Maida Vale BBC: Vol. II – 12″ splatter w/ etch on back
Beastie Boys – Some Old Bullshit – LP
Chris Cornell – Patience – 7″
Corey Taylor / Dead Boys – All This And More – 12″ coloured vinyl / PVC sleeve
Dio – Dream Evil Live ’87 (BF20EX) – 12″ picture disc
Motörhead – Ace of Spades – 12″ maxi single
My Chemical Romance – Life On The Murder Scene – 140g 12″ white and red vinyl
Norma Jean – Meridional – 2 LP
Puscifer – Apocalyptical/Rocket Man (BF20EX) – 7″
Sunn O)))) – Flight Of The Behemoth – 2 LP
If you’ve never seen it before, check out the trailer for Life On The Murder Scene below:
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