Oh, sweet baby Beermachine. Jack is back!
We’ve come a long way since we first unleashed Return Of The Jackalope onto the masses (you, that is) and we couldn’t be prouder to release it once more via Ripple Music, one of the world’s most involved heavy rock labels and based in the heart of California.
But this isn’t merely a measly re-issue – nay. We’ve revamped our firstborn with a brand-new cover artwork by our good friend and renowned illustrator Artur Bäcker and we’ve also (finally!) put it on wax. Yes, you heard right: Your favorite Plainride record is now actually a record. On vinyl. 2x 180g of it to be perfectly candid. Stuffed to the brim with bonus material. It’s a beast.
We know you want one. Here’s where you can get your hands on it:
Ripple Music (Recommended for US- and Non-EU Customers): http://www.ripplemusic.bigcartel.com/…/plainride-return-of-…
On this very website: http://plainri.de/product/rotj_vinyl_lp_black/
Lo-Fi Merchandise: http://www.lo-fi-merchandise.com/shop/item/plainride-return-of-the-jackalope-2x-vinyl-lp-gatefold-black-riplp047–95829,l-en.html
We’re also back on Spotify, iTunes, and all these other places.
Now get out there and spread the fuzz! ⚡️
This is it.
As of today, we’re unleashing Return Of The Jackalope on the world and we’re a proud ass bunch as you can see on this totally real and physically accurate picture!
You can now find our album pretty much anywhere on the internet (any service that’s not already covered should follow in the next few hours or so) but if you wanna do us a favor, go get it on Bandcamp here.
We’d like to express our utmost gratitude to all the marvelous people, who have helped us make this happen: Andrew, The Jackalope, Franz Abendroth, Artur Bäcker, Sophie Holtz, Timon Menge, Sven Röbel, Andy Seibt, Szymon Swoboda and Saimon Galus, our parents, pets and roommates, our van, all the gallons of beer that were consumed during the process of this release and last but not least all of you magnificent bastards out there!
Now bask in the fuzziness of the Jackalope and GO SPREAD THE ROCK!
Plainride Over & Out
Honored disciples of the Jackalope!
For the first time ever we’re giving you a brand new song off the upcoming album: Devil At Your Heels is now streaming via acclaimed American Stoner Blog The Obelisk and comes with a high velocity video featuring a bunch of the great press quotes we received thus far. All the while you’re rockin’ out to the new track, make sure to also read the great article, which JJ from The Obelisk wrote and can be found here.
This premiere also marks the official start of our album preorder via Lo-Fi Merchandise and Ozium Records. Be one of the first to grab a copy, we promise you won’t regret it!
As for the song, here ya go:
We’re finally unleashing our debut album ‘Return Of The Jackalope’ upon the world on July 24. It’ ll be released via Bochum based face-kickin’ label Beerfuzz Records. But don’t take our word for it, just check out the ballin’ album announcement that good ol’ Mr. Fuzz of More Fuzz wrote for us. That’s quite a lot of fuzz right there – just the way we like it…
We’re also giving away 3 copies of the album once it hits the shelves. Just follow this link to get to the announcement post and the contest.
Also make sure to check out the epic artwork we were bestowed upon by Artur Bäcker – an immensely talented sonofabitch and overall asskicker!
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