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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Inquisition and Weedeater announce reissues in January

American black metallers Inquisition are announcing the reissue of their cult debut album 'Into The Infernal Regions Of The Ancient Cult', which was originally released in 1998. Already regarded as an underground classic, this black metal masterpiece will be available again on January 26th, 2015. For the occasion, renowned artist Paolo Girardi, who already created the cover art for Inquisition's latest album 'Obscure Verses For The Multiverse' (2013), designed a brand new artwork. You can watch it below.

The reissue of 'Into The Infernal Regions Of The Ancient Cult' will be available in several formats, including deluxe vinyl editions. Pre-orders will start in November on the Season of Mist shop.

Inquisition are still touring in support of 'Obscure Verses For The Multiverse', which is available in various formats via the Season of Mist shop. Actualised live dates can be found here.


Notorious sludge outfit Weedeater will re-release their 2007 album 'God Luck and Good Speed' on January 26th, 2015. 'God Luck and Good Speed' is streaming here and will be available for pre-order via the Season of Mist shop in November.

The North Carolina-based band have finished recording their eagerly awaited new full-length album, which will be the first for Season of Mist, with their long-time engineer Steve Albini (High On Fire, Neurosis, Nirvana, Helmet). More details will soon be revealed in future mailings.

Artwork and tracklist of 'God Luck and Good Speed' are shown below:

1. God Luck and Good Speed
2. Wizard Fight
3. For Evan's Sake
4. Alone
5. $20 Peanut
6. It Is What It Is
7. Gimme Back My Bullets (Lynyrd Skynyrd cover)
8. Weed Monkey
9. Willow

Season of Mist recently reissued Weedeater's first two albums, 'Sixteen Tons' and '...And Justice for Y'all'. The long out of print albums are now available on vinyl for the first time, as well as on CD and digitally at the Season of Mist shop, Bandcamp, and legal download & streaming platforms


1 comment:

  1. I haven't really listened to that $20 Peanut as much but everytime it comes on it holds the stoke.