THE ACCUSED Sign Deal To Issue Three Vinyl Releases

Legendary splatter rockers THE ACCUSED, having recently made a triumphant return to the throne as kings of thrashing hardcore/metal crossover, have signed on with Canada's Unrest Records to issue three separate 12" vinyl full-length releases by before the summer. The details are as follows:

First vinyl release: THE ACCUSED "Oh, Martha!" Their 2003 "comeback" CD originally released on Condar. This 12" LP will be pressed on "blood-splattered vinyl" and limited to 2,000 copies.

Second and third vinyl releases: "The Baked Tapes" and "34-Song Archives Tapes", two seperate collections of rare outtakes, studio demos, bootlegged live performances, and never-before-heard tracks documenting the 20-plus-year career of THE ACCUSED!

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