THE ACACIA STRAIN's '3750' To Be Released On Vinyl
THE ACACIA STRAIN's "3750" album will be released on limited-edition 12" vinyl. The LP is being issued by Spare Change Records, via a licensing deal with Prosthetic, and it will be limited to 200 copies on black and clear and 800 copies on black. The black-and-clear version will be hand-numbered and there will be a web site exclusive of 50 copies autographed by the band. They will be available in February. More information will be made available at www.sparechangerecords.com.
As previously reported, THE ACACIA STRAIN recently entered the studio to record their new CD, "The Dead Walk", for a March 2006 release through Prosthetic Records. The new record is being poduced by Adam Dutkiewicz (KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, ALL THAT REMAINS), who was previously responsible for the deafening sound of "3750", THE ACACIA STRAIN's 2004 Prosthetic debut.
In February and March, THE ACACIA STRAIN will hit the road to begin supporting the new record live alongside Prosthetic labelmates HIMSA. The tour also boasts DARKEST HOUR, A LIFE ONCE LOST, and DEAD TO FALL.
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