Codeseven - Division Of Labor LP (black vinyl) [DAMAGED COVER]


For the very first time ever on vinyl, we proudly present CODESEVEN’s epic 1999 hardcore album Division Of Labor. Hailing from Winston-Salem NC, CODESEVEN embodies DIY ethics and sound of the late 90’s metalcore/emotional hardcore revival. Rubbing elbows with contemporaries at the time like PRAYER FOR CLEANSING, CATHRARSIS, ZEGOTA, HOPESFALL, and UNDYING, the band cut their own niche in the scene. Sporting two singers and a homegrown light show of triggered lights in TV sets during this era, seeing the band was a jaw-dropping experience, and this album is the pinnacle of the sound of their hardcore years. Fully remixed from the original files by Kitchen Mastering and remastered by Nick Townsend/Infrasonic, we bring you a modernized version of the classic CD as released by The Music Cartel. Although honing a different sound than them, this album and PRAYER FOR CLEANSING’s The Rain In Endless Fall will forever be two of the most memorable albums from this era. CODESEVEN continues to create amazing music and is a pleasure to see evolve, but this is the go-to album for a band spilling over with vitriol and as a limited vinyl release, this is a must pick up.

This record was made possible by Eric Lemasters at The Music Cartel, John Rivera, and Codeseven.

100 copies pressed on green blob, 400 on black vinyl, all copies come sealed with a 11x17 poster but extra posters are also available for purchase.

These final copies have a single snubbed corner that was a UPS damage from the pressing plant. No extra covers exist and these copies ship as is but definitely have a medium crushed/bent corner.

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 29 February, 2024.

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