Boris celebrate Bandcamp Friday with three album releases

Legendary style-shifting post metallers Boris are celebrating this Bandcamp Friday by expanding their already impressive back catalogue with three re-releases; Vein, Präparat, and Eternity.

The Tokyo trio, founded in 1992, has been following the surprise release of their 26th studio album No on 3 July 2020 with a series of re-releases across their discography. Studio albums Vein (first released in 2006), Präparat (2013) and live album Eternity (2018) are the latest in this lengthy list, and are available for the first time in high-resolution 48k 24bit audio.

Boris are set to continue expanding their archive throughout 2020, and will be dropping digital and physical re-issues of 1996’s Absolutego and 1998’s Amplifier Worship on 13 November via Third Man Records. Fans can rejoice as this is the first time that either title will be available on a streaming platform.

Bandcamp Fridays is a drive by the service to support artists struggling during the ongoing global Coronavirus pandemic by waiving usual fees, ensuring that bands artists, and labels receive 100% of revenue from music and merch sold directly. According to Bandcamp, since the initiative began in March fans have purchased over $75 million worth of music and merch directly from bands and labels. As the music and events industry continues to struggle worldwide, Bandcamp Fridays have given fans an opportunity to support the acts they love while touring cannot take place.

To pick up Vein, Präparat, Eternity or any other releases from Boris’ extensive discography, head to their Bandcamp page here.

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