EARACHE RECORDS CONTINUES LOW-PRICED CD CAMPAIGN

July 16th, 2010
by EvilG

Earache Records is continuing its popular low-priced CD campaign with the addition of two new releases – Californian thrashers BONDED BY BLOOD’s new album, EXILED TO EARTH, and Detroit deathcore destroyers AND HELL FOLLOWED WITH’s upcoming album, PROPRIOCEPTION.

During the current age of recessions and economic crises, where music sales are declining as fans demand better value for their money, many record labels and retailers continue to sell CDs at high prices.  To combat this, Earache Records has started the low-priced CD campaign, offering fans who are on a tight budget a selection of new releases at an incredibly affordable price.

While the CDs in the low-priced campaign are nearly half the cost of most regular CDs, each and every one is the full and complete version, and includes the booklet, jewel case and everything you would expect from a CD – except for the high cost!

Earache’s two newest additions to the low-priced CD campaign, BONDED BY BLOOD’s EXILED TO EARTH and AND HELL FOLLOWED WITH’s PROPRIOCEPTION, are available to pre-order now throughout Europe from Play.com for the astounding price of just £4.99 or €6.99 EUR.

AND HELL FOLLOWED WITH’s PROPRIOCEPTION is due to be released in Europe on July 26th.  Pre-order the album now from Play.com at http://www.play.com/Music/CD/4-/15175064/Proprioception/Product.html

BONDED BY BLOOD’s EXILED TO EARTH is due to be released in Europe on August 16th.  Pre-order the album now from Play.com at http://www.play.com/Music/CD/4-/15525502/Exiled-To-Earth/Product.html

View the low-priced CD campaign flyer for EXILED TO EARTH and PROPRIOCEPTION at http://earacherecords.com/myspace/lowprice_bbb_ahfw.jpg

http://www.myspace.com/bondedbyblood
http://www.myspace.com/andhellfollowedwith

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