Arriving on October 25th from Craft Recordings, just in time for Halloween, is the 20th anniversary vinyl release of A.F.I.'s "All Hallow's E.P." The new 10-inch, picture disc is limited to only 5,000 copies worldwide and includes a punk-like cover of The Misfits' song "Halloween" and the E.P.'s only single "Totalimmortal," which was covered by fellow rockers The Offspring for the soundtrack for "Me, Myself and Irene." This release was originally recorded during the band's transitional phase before finding a wider audience with their follow-up album "The Art Of Drowning." To find out more about this new 20th anniversary release of A.F.I.'s "All Hallow's E.P.," please visit craftrecordings.com.
Also arriving in October is the 20th anniversary of one of the biggest selling albums in the U.S. For the first time on vinyl since its initial release in 1999 comes the most popular album of the last two decades, Creed's "Human Clay." It will be released on October 11th through Craft Recordings, as a double vinyl LP set. The heavy alternative rock album has sold over over 20 millions copies worldwide, lead by the #1 singles "Higher" and "With Arms Wide Open." Also, don't forget the hard rock edge of tracks like "What If" and "Wrong Way," before reaching the more mainstream tracks like "Wash Away Those Years." This album perfectly captured the sound of the late-nineties, as rock music was entering a new millennium. To find out more about the new 20th anniversary double LP release of Creed's "Human Clay" album, please visit craftrecordings.com.