In our continuing quest to bring you cool, limited-edition vinyl, we've garnered Revolver-exclusive variants of two big upcoming releases: Bodom After Midnight's Paint the Sky With Blood 10" EP, Alexi Laiho's last creative work before his untimely death, and The Living: 1982, the newly unearthed debut recordings from 17-year-old Duff McKagan's pre-Guns N' Roses Seattle punk band the Living. Paint the Sky With Blood comes in a silver colorway limited to 200 worldwide, while our edition of The Living: 1982 is pressed to translucent ruby vinyl and limited to 500. These exclusive variants won't last long so order yours before they're gone.
New Revolver-Exclusive Vinyl: Alexi Laiho's Final Project, Duff McKagan's Early Punk Band
Get your limited-edition variants before they're gone!
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