The Postman Syndrome to reissue debut album, plan first show since 2005
The Postman Syndrome have announced the reissue of their debut album, Terraforming, which was originally released in 2002. This reissue marks the first time that Terraforming will be available on vinyl, and it will feature a new mix by Scott Evans and a new mastering job by Brad Boatright. The reissue will be available on April 14, and pre-orders are currently open.
Lambgoat last reported on the band in 2010 when they released "lost" demos that would have made up The Postman Syndrome's second record, after having changed their name to Day Without Dawn, before ultimately disbanding. After the band broke up, bassist Brett Bamberger and guitarist/vocalist Matt Lupo formed East Of The Wall. Guitarist/vocalist Chris Alfano and later-era drummer Seth Rheam eventually joined East Of The Wall as well, while Bamberger has since been involved in other bands such as Revocation and River Black.
Additionally, the band has announced their first show since 2005, which will take place at Crossroads in Garwood, NJ, on June 17 with Nora and So Hideous as supporting acts. Tickets are available here.
The Postman Syndrome w/ Nora and So Hideous:
06/17 Garwood, NJ @ Crossroads
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