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5/26/2010  NEW VINYL NEWS!!!! VEVC 2010 RELEASES THE SWORD AND YEAR LONG DISASTER SPLIT AND READIES UPCOMING RELEASES FROM SAINT VITUS AND DAVE LOMBARDO
Volcom Ent Vinyl Club announces a stacked line-up of heavy hitters for the 2010 subscription.

Subscribers to the Volcom Ent Vinyl Club have already received the killer split with the Sword and Year Long Disaster, delivering whoop ass covers by Thin Lizzy and the Sword respectively.

Get that record and a handful of new music pressed into colored vinyl in limited, hand-numbered editions when you subscribe. In fact, the rest of the year should be a whirlwind of heavy tunes from VEVC.

For starters I am proud to announce the first new release by Saint Vitus since reforming the legendary Wino-era lineup with new drummer Henry Vasquez. This is a first for VEVC as both sides of this disc feature classic Saint Vitus performed live… raw and raucous with extended guitar freakouts courtesy of Dave Chandler… expect special hand pressed splatter vinyl and almost 16 minutes of music on this bad boy. We are very proud to be a part of what will hopefully become the first in a series of DOOM METAL LEGACY editions for VEVC.

Also in the works is a rather interesting record spawned from the mind of one of HEAVY METAL’s most esteemed drummers, Dave Lomabrado. With one side by his long running side project Philm… (Dave also plays in this band Slayer… no big deal)… and the flip with a teaser from Lombardo’s forthcoming drum record… this one is sure to boggle the mind.

Subscribe now to receive new releases by confirmed artists Earthless, Radio Moscow, Best Coast, JEFF the Brotherhood and more to come. Subscribers also receive special gifts on a first come first serve basis, so subscribe right now!!!

Subscriptions are only $40 for 6 limited-edition, hand-numbered 7”s delivered throughout the rest of the year.

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