TODAY IS THE DAY's 'In The Eyes Of God' To Be Reissued With Bonus Tracks, DVD

TODAY IS THE DAY's classic "In The Eyes Of God" album will be reissued this September via Relapse. The remastered, re-packaged album includes six bonus demo tracks and a full-length DVD exclusive to this reissue. The DVD was complied by TODAY IS THE DAY mastermind Steve Austin and features rare live and rehearsal footage with the "In The Eyes Of God" lineup consisting of Austin, Bill Kelliher (MASTODON, ex-LETHARGY), and Brann Dailor (MASTODON, ex-LETHARGY).

The "In The Eyes Of God" re-issue is limited to 3,000 copies and is available for pre-order now at this location.

TODAY IS THE DAY recently reissued its first three albums — "Supernova", "Willpower", and "Today Is the Day" — on 12-inch vinyl. Each of these groundbreaking, genre-defying records, originally released in the mid-'90s by the legendary Amphetamine Reptile Records, was remastered and includes a download card.


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