Revolver celebrates GLASSJAW's 30th anniversary with exclusive vinyl and book | Revolver

Revolver celebrates GLASSJAW's 30th anniversary with exclusive vinyl and book

Commemorating 30 years of making things
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photograph by Justin Borucki

In celebration of Glassjaw's "30 years of making things," Revolver and our sister brands BrooklynVegan and Alternative Press have teamed with the revered New York post-hardcore band to bring die-hard fans a collection of one-of-a-kind, limited-edition and exclusive products.

The centerpiece is an authorized oral history of the band told through rare, career-spanning photographs and the voices of luminaries such as Quicksand's Walter Schreifels, Vision of Disorder's Tim Williams, Burn's Gavin Van Vlack and Silent Majority's Tommy Corrigan. The oral history is available as both a deluxe softcover book and a Gold Edition Hardcover.

In addition, Revolver has newly pressed five of Glassjaw's greatest works to limited-edition vinyl: 2000's Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence, 2002's Worship and Tribute, 2011's Our Color Green EP, 2011's Coloring Book EP, and 2017's Material Control. These are available in three different colorways: black, white and gold.

"To celebrate 30 years as a band and partnership, we present the oral history of Glassjaw as told by the people who and the places that influenced them," the band commented. "As always, thank you for participating."

The new Glassjaw oral history and vinyl variants are available now in an array of formats and bundles. Order yours at Revolver's shop.

Glassjaw's "Celebrating 30 Years of Making Things" tour is set to kick off December 20th in Santa Ana, California, and wrap with two Brooklyn shows to close the year.