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    1. News : Mansions Vinyl ‘Dig Up The Dead’ Coming To Bad Timing Records

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      Seattle’s Mansions have announced that their Dig Up The Dead Acoustic album will be coming to Bad Timing Records (The same people that printed Acceptance’s Phantoms a year or two back!). Their vinyls are always top-notch, and will go on sale at 11AM PST if I did my maths correctly. Unlikely. Anyways, Doom Loop and the non-acoustic flavor of Dig Up The Dead will also be available. All vinyls (including the one released today) are in stock and will ship immediately SO SIP IT.


    2. News : Minus The Bear Announce Vinyl Reissues With Upcoming Tour

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      To celebrate the record’s 10 year anniversary, Suicide Squeeze Records will be reissuing They Make Beer Commercials Like This to coincide with Minus The Bear’s upcoming anniversary/Lost Loves album release tour. 2007’s Planet of Ice will also be reissued, with both reissue releases featuring corresponding merch. Find out more on the Suicide Squeeze blog.


    3. Gallery : La Dispute, Pianos Become The Teeth, And Mansions At El Corazon 4/1

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      On April 1st, Michigan’s La Dispute led their headlining tour through Seattle for a sold out show at El Corazon. With Baltimore band Pianos Become The Teeth and Seattle’s own duet Mansions as support, the key venue was packed to the brim.


    4. News : La Dispute Announces New Album ‘Rooms Of The House’, US Headlining Tour

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      Although the La Dispute website has been more or less down with the excitement of their latest announcements, the news is as follows: The Grand Rapids band will release their new record, ‘Rooms Of The House’, on March 18th, on their own label, Better Living. The band will embark on a full US tour with Pianos Become The Teeth and Mansions, with two PNW dates: 3/31 in Portland and 4/1 in Seattle. Keep an eye out for preorder and ticketing information, but for now, read the band’s full blog post below: