Louisville’s Coliseum has grown into one of the most interesting, least compromising hardcore bands of the 21st century, whipping metal and post-hardcore into a seething stew. But the band’s self-titled 2004 debut has been out of print for years, an oversight now being corrected by Coliseum: Deluxe Reissue. The expanded, remixed, 10th-anniversary edition (streamed in full here) features the original album plus eight bonus tracks, including Coliseum’s half of its 2004 split single with Lords, a 2003 demo, and a previously unreleased cover of The Ramones’ “Judy Is A Punk.” Coliseum may have moved on to more complex sounds since its first album, but Coliseum sounds better, and hits harder, than ever.
Coliseum: Deluxe Reissue will be released August 19 via Deathwish Inc.
Coliseum tour 2014
August 16—Beat Kitchen—Chicago, Illinois
August 17—Pyramid Scheme—Grand Rapids, Michigan
August 18—Doors Pub—Hamilton, Ontario
August 19—Silver Dollar—Toronto, Ontario
August 20—PJ’s Lager House—Detroit, Michigan
November 2—Wooly’s (Fest 13)—Gainesville, Florida
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