Monday, December 21, 2009

Today In The Mail: Forever And A Day Later

This was ordered in August of 2008, and it was well worth the wait. Rot In Hell is a hardcore band from the United Kingdom. So many details, so many things screened and so many cool extras. And all of this was well worth the 50 bucks I spent on it to have such a rare batch of records. They only did 35 of these and sure it took them ages to put it all together. So many pieces. FUCK. I thought today would never come. When I ordered this it was only to have a copy of each of their records (at the time three). But a shirt/patch/button combo made it. What I ended up with blows my mind. I'll just list off all the items in the box (and post some pictures) because I fucked up and undid the rope before taking a picture of it all together (check here for what I'm sure is a better treatment for this beautiful boxset).

I'll start with a list.

4 Records
1 Shirt
1 Patch
1 Button
1 7"x7" Print (black on black version)
1 CD with the Black Omega 7" on it
1 Zine/Lyric booklet
1 spay painted stenciled poster
all in a pretty cool spray paint stenciled box


One of the first.


Patch/Button and the other side of the stenciled poster. (Also stenciled duh).


Spay painted stenciled poster.


Front of the zine/lyric book.


Back of the zine/lyric book.


Shirt.

1 comment:

Julian said...

Those extras are awesome.