ORGAN THING: High on Fire? Ruins? Gumballhead The Cat? A classic slice of SkinGraft vinyl and comicbook goodness…

Organ Thing of The Day -a quick one today, there are art boots to fill and paint to throw, and light to use. Today’s Thing explains itself and if it doesn’t Captain SkinGraft does the explaining down there underneath the Bandcamp thing. A righteous blast of the mighty beast High on Fire coupled with the sound of early Ruins, a split seven inch originally released back in the last century and reissued today because, I guess, today is a good day to be releasing a classic slice of Ruins. Pretty sure you’ll hear some of this on this weekend;s Other Rock Show, I got to go,we gotta go, see you at the fair tomorrow….

Find it on Bandcamp Find us on Bandcamp, we really should put some of our vast backcataligue up there.is it Bandcamp Friday today?

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Originally released in conjunction with Relapse Records as a 7″ vinyl record and comic book set in 2005, the HIGH ON FiRE / RUINS split single and comic book set is now available in a revamped digital edition.

Joe Preston joins High On Fire for the Steve Albini produced “Brother In The Wind”, while Tatsuya Yoshida delivers “Gwodhunqa” – newly remixed and remastered for this Bandcamp exclusive release. The package comes complete with an expanded, illustrated 12-page PDF booklet that reproduces the physical comic book packaging (including the original double page spread) – plus newly added band photos. NOTE: You must download the files to receive the PDF comic book.

ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION:
For catalog number GR75, SKiN GRAFT Records is pleased to present a new split 7″ and comic set (in the grand old style pioneered way back at catalog number GR01) featuring Japan’s RUINS and Oakland’s HIGH ON FIRE – and wrapped up in a full-color comic book sleeve written & drawn by Rob Syers (Gumballhead The Cat) with paints & special effects by Mark Fischer (Skin Graft Records).

Released in conjunction with Relapse Records, HIGH ON FIRE present “Brother In The Wind”, recorded by Steve Albini, and featuring Matt Pike (ex-Sleep), Des Kensel, and Joe Preston (Ex-Melvins). The…  more

released November 5, 2021

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