Constants to release If Tomorrow the War on limited-edition vinyl

By Kyle Gilkeson
August 02, 2010

Post-rock shoegazers Constants are set to release their third full-length album, If Tomorrow The War, on September 7 via Science of Silence. Justin K. Broadrick (Jesu/Godflesh) produced the record, and much of the recording was done at guitarist/vocalist Will Benoit’s barn turned solar-powered recording studio. The new album features guest appearances from Andrew Neufeld (Comeback Kid, Sights & Sounds) and Mike Hill (Tombs).

The record will be released in a limited-edition run of 250 copies (125 in transparent red and 125 in black). The exclusive, hand-numbered packaging comes from Interrobang Letterpress and features alternative album art by M. Repasch Nieves. If you don’t have a record player or can’t get your hands on a copy, If Tomorrow The War will be available from all major digital stores.

Tour dates with City Of Ships:

08.07.10 – Burlington, VT Monkey House w. Mose Giganticus
08.08.10 – Allston, MA Great Scott w. Mose Giganticus
08.09.10 – Portland, ME Geno’s
08.10.10 – Wallingford, CT Cherry Street Station
08.11.10 – Providence, RI The 201
08.12.10 – TBA NJ
08.13.10 – Philadelphia, PA The Khyber w. Mose Giganticus
08.14.10 – New York, NY The Acheron

Pre-order the album now and get the digital files on August 13 (vinyl will ship on or around September 7).

By Kyle Gilkeson August 02, 2010
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