The mid 90s can be looked at as a blackhole when it comes to vinyl releases, and a textbook example is Stabbing Westward’s ‘Wither Blister Burn + Peel’ – now being released on vinyl for the first time, over two decades after its initial release on Columbia / Sony.
Wither is without question when Stabbing Westward came into their own - perfecting a mixture of industrial rock, alternative and grunge, lead by Christopher’s Hall’s soaring vocals and darkly vulnerable lyrics.
Remastered for vinyl at Sony's Battery Studios. First press is limited to 1,000 copies worldwide, available on 180gram LP including “yellow smoke” vinyl (limited to 300) and “red smoke” vinyl (limited to 700). The jacket is printed on upgraded 24pt stock.
A1. I Don’t Believe
A3. What Do I Have To Do?
A5. Inside You
B1. Falls Apart
B2. So Wrong
B3. Crushing Me
B5. Slipping Away
Pre-orders are scheduled to ship early November.