The Blood Brothers - Crimes 2LP (140 Gram Vinyl, Limited Edition, Pink & Blue Colored Vinyl)(Preorder: Ships October 4, 2024)
The Blood Brothers - Crimes 2LP (140 Gram Vinyl, Limited Edition, Pink & Blue Colored Vinyl)(Preorder: Ships October 4, 2024)

The Blood Brothers - Crimes 2LP (140 Gram Vinyl, Limited Edition, Pink & Blue Colored Vinyl)(Preorder: Ships October 4, 2024)

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The Blood Brothers - Crimes 2LP (140 Gram Vinyl, Limited Edition, Pink & Blue Colored Vinyl)(Preorder: Ships October 4, 2024)

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Epitaph Records has re-issued The Blood Brothers' classic album Crimes to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release. The collector's edition vinyl include rare B-sides, never before seen photos, and a new retrospective for the ultimate collectors' edition.

From 1997 to 2007, The Blood Brothers' "molotov mixture of suburb surrealism and sonic extremity" (Alternative Press, 2003) rocked and riveted critics and fans around the world. Formed in the suburbs of Seattle, the dueling singers Johnny Whitney and Jordan Blilie along with Cody Votolato (guitar), Morgan Henderson (bass) and Mark Gajadhar (drums) crafted a unique style of convulsive, ground breaking hardcore that was quickly embraced by critics and fans of punk, hardcore and indie rock. Over their ten years in existence the quintet released five critically acclaimed studio albums including Burn, Piano Island, Burn, "the most prolific, beautiful, and vital statement of rock since the Stooges' Raw Power" (PopMatters, 2003), Crimes, the sturdiest bridge between the hardcore underground and indie-rock elitists" (Alternative Press, 2004) and "one of the best of 2006" (PopMatters, 2006), Young Machetes.