Ok folks, a couple of days back we announced our plans for the first ever Woods End vinyl. The price is now set, as well as the details, so here it is!
The price is set to 180 SEK + 20 SEK for shipping within Sweden.
As we mentioned before, the first press will be limited to 250 copies. The album itself will consist of 175 g heavy records with full colour labels, and a gatefold cover sleeve (4-sided) with some stunning artwork by Leif Å Larsson. Of course, black inner sleeves are included, as well as outer shrinkwrap.
The first 50 pre-orders will receive something special from the band. Who knows, maybe it’s a “Dawda live solo performance” in your living room? Three locks of Nils’ beard? A drumstick?
In any case, it’ll be worth it! To put down your pre-order, send us a message here, or a mail to email@example.com
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It’s been a long time in the making, but our second album is now finally finished!
We’re really excited about this one, and look forward to sharing it with you all. More importantly, we’ve decided not to limit ourselves to a digital release but to press vinyls. It’s going to be something really special, and therefore we’re starting up a pre-sale of the album!
So, if you’re interested in getting your hands on one of the first 250 copies of the first ever Woods End-vinyl, or know someone who might be, send us a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Woods End got in touch with us and I’m glad they did.This is superb.I adore the album cover too. I asked the guys for some words on it
Well, the track is a slower, heavier tune inspired by 16 Horsepower, depicting the struggle of keeping warm during the long winters of the north.The album itself was recorded in a makeshift studio by the Baltic Sea (the banjo was recorded in a sauna, for instance).
The whole thing is a available at Bandcamp with free downloads (name your price).As of now, we’re finishing up our second effort, which will be released during the spring and available via Bandcamp, Spotify, iTunes etc.
So looking forward to album 2. In the meantime check this out guys