Slayer to release classic albums on vinyl as a high-end, limited-edition box set

Posted by Lucas Riot on Monday, August 16, 2010 at 3:50 PM (PST)

Slayer - The Vinyl ConflictFor the first time in its near-30 year history, Slayer, one of the most legendary thrash metal bands ever, will see its ten American Recordings albums released as a limited-edition, high-end, box set – “The Vinyl Conflict” (available for pre-order now). Ten albums on 11 discs, “The Vinyl Conflict” will feature the band’s entire Def/American Recordings catalogue: Reign In Blood (1986), South of Heaven (1988), Seasons In The Abyss (1990), the double-record Live Decade of Aggression(1991), Divine Intervention (1994), Undisputed Attitude (1998), God Hates Us All (2001), Christ Illusion (2006), and World Painted Blood (2009). The Vinyl Conflict will be released on October 12, 2010.

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Great care was taken into making The Vinyl Conflict, treating the albums the way they would treat a great jazz, classical, Bob Dylan or Miles Davis record, something that isn’t normally done for metal records. All ten albums have been re-mastered from the original analog flat master tapes and were pressed on the highest quality, 180-gram audiophile vinyl at RTI, the most-respected pressing plant in the U.S. and among the best in the world. Lacquers were cut and re-cut several times to ensure the highest sound quality. The individual vinyl discs will come in a standard, clear inner sleeve to preserve the vinyl, are then housed in high-quality litho-wrapped jackets, and then boxed in a hardcover slipcase. Additionally, reproductions of the original LP inner sleeve artwork were converted to 12X12 inserts.


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