Out on July 31st is the reissue of Project Pitchfork’s 2003 album “Black”. “Black” will be released on double vinyl (with 2CDs included) in 2 versions: a clear and a black splatter version. The 2CD sets hold 5 bonus tracks on the second CD. Both sets will be limited to 500 copies.
“Black” is the band’s 16th studio album and was released in multiple formats, including a double-disc deluxe version, featuring two b-sides and three remixes. The song “Rain” was released as a music video to promote the record.
Below are the visuals for both sets.
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