NewsJuly 31, 2023 11:11 AM ET2,031 views

Stretch Arm Strong to re-release 'A Revolution Transmission' on vinyl after 20+ years

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Official press release:

Few punk bands have the history and influence held by hardcore veterans Stretch Arm Strong.

Formed in early 1992, a group of close friends who shared a love of punk music formed SAS in Columbia, South Carolina and played regularly to their local scene before releasing their debut LP Compassion Fills the Void in 1998. The band quickly gained the attention of the iconic Seattle-based hardcore/metal label Solid State Records, and released their highly influential sophomore release Rituals of Life in 1999. The album was reissued on vinyl last year.

Iodine Recordings and Stretch Arm Strong have partnered to reissue 2001's A Revolution Transmission, which has become one of the most iconic and popular hardcore punk records of the early 2000s, and has been out of print for over 20 years.

This limited pressing has been completely redesigned and packaged using elements of the original art and completely remastered for vinyl by Jack Shirley (Quicksand, Joyce Manor, Deafheaven) at The Atomic Garden in San Francisco, CA. It will be offered in eight exclusive color vinyl variants.

Pre-orders are available here

Also available is a variant from Bridge 9 Records, limited to 100, here


Stretch Arm Strong have a few dates scheduled for Fall, which you can see below:

10/6 First In Flight Fest @ Greensboro, NC   
10/20 House of Independents @ Asbury Park, NJ   
10/21 Amityville Music Hall @ Amityville, NY

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