Published Aug 19, 2015Clevo hardcore crew Integrity have yet to reveal any follow-up plans to their 2013 full-length, Suicide Black Snake, but the band have announced that they'll be re-releasing a bunch of classic, Holy Terror-soaked sounds in an upcoming reissue campaign.
A press release confirms that Integrity are teaming up with Magic Bullet Records to produce new pressings of a few landmark entries from their back catalogue. Up first is an updated CD/DVD edition of their 1992 live collection, Palm Sunday.
The concert set was recorded in 1992, and puts the focus on material that was found on their 1991 debut LP, Those Who Fear Tomorrow, as well as a couple of b-sides. Palm Sunday had initially been released through Spook City in 2006.
Palm Sunday is noted for showcasing a particularly rowdy Integrity performance, with it being explained that vocalist Dwid Hellion "goads and taunts audience members between songs," while "a switchblade surfaces from the audience, gunshots are fired, and a general mania overcomes all in attendance."
Physical copies come housed in a "jumbo double digipak" that includes liner notes from guitarist Aaron Melnick. The package lands this Friday (August 21), but you can purchase a digital copy set over on Magic Bullet's Bandcamp page.
Magic Bullet is also teasing upcoming re-releases of a pair of studio LPs. Though due dates have yet to be determined, they'll be issuing updated editions of 1991's Those Who Fear Tomorrow, which had last been repressed by Organized Crime in 2013, and 1995's epic Humanity is the Devil. The latter EP has not been pressed since its initial release via Victory Records.
Last year, Integrity delivered a remixed version of their 1993 full-length Systems Overload for Magic Bullet/Organized Crime.