The Crypt is proud to announce the long overdue vinyl reissue of Root's 1991 sophomore opus, "Hell Symphony". Hailed as the bands transitional album, Hell Symphony helped establish the unique sound that Root is known for. Featuring all bonus tracks from both CD reissues, this masterpiece will be spread over two 180 gram LPs for the best audio fidelity possible, mastered from the original 1991 dat recording to maintain the original dynamics! Expect the usual Crypt'standards for this release. All the bonus tracks from both the 2001 Redblack 2CD and the 2008 I Hate Records CD reissue will be included here.
Presented on 2 x 180 gram heavy vinyl LPs, strictly limited to a one time only pressing of 500 hand-numbered copies - 200 of which will be black vinyl and 300 of which will be red/orange vinyl. These killer slabs of wax come housed in a 350 gram gatefold jacket with a reverseboard finish.
The LP jacket will feature the original cover and layout from the 1991 Zeras LP version as well as new liner not's by Peter (BLACKOSH) Ho_ek.
Included in all 500 copies is a luxurious 24" x 36" (60.96 cm x 91.44 cm) poster of the cover artwork.
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Buy this now!, April 7, 2013 By Anonymous (Vienna, VA)
Why is this still in stock? A typical, early Root masterpiece with the masterpiece presentation touch of Dark Symphonies.
This is worth every penny and more.
I have no idea why this has not sold out, but use this to your advantage and get it immediately. Stunning packaging, poster included as usual with DS releases, and a superb sound reproduction. Fully authorized by Root members and the best possible edition.
Satan, Beelzebub, Asmodeus, and Leviathan all have copies, so you need one too.