See Poison the Well's Gripping Performance of "Botchla" at 2021 Show in NYC | Revolver

See Poison the Well's Gripping Performance of "Botchla" at 2021 Show in NYC

'Tear From the Red' LP turned 20 in 2022

Revolver has teamed with Poison the Well for a new 20th anniversary vinyl colorway of their classic second album, Tear From the Red. Only 1,000 made. Order yours now!

In late 2021, Poison the Well bravely embarked on a short run of shows, the Floridian metalcore veterans' first Northeast gigs in five years. Sadly, COVID-19 had other plans, and the last two stops (in Philly and Buffalo) had to be canceled after a member of the Poison the Well camp tested positive. But before that, the band managed to play two momentous Boston and New York shows.

Revolver's film crew was at the NYC date and captured, among the set's many highlights, the group's performance of "Botchla," the beloved opening cut off Poison the Well's second full-length, Tear From the Red. The album turned 20 in 2022, and Federal Prisoner — the record label run by former Dillinger Escape Plan frontman Greg Puciato and visual artist Jesse Draxler — have reissued the metalcore classic in an array of collectible formats. These include a Revolver-exclusive "half neon violet/half white with black splatter" vinyl colorway with new, alternate black-and-white cover art. It's limited to 1,000 — snag yours at our shop.