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NOW ON VINYL!!!

SAME AGAIN TOMORROW

LIMITED EDITION GREEN VINYL. ONLY 200 COPIES PRESSED.

PRE-ORDER. SHIPS LATE JULY.

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After 15 years, there aren't many more "FIRSTS" in this band. We all remember the first show, the first CD release, the first time Brendan got all the lyrics correct.

You may remember the first time you heard us, first time you saw a show, first shirt you bought, first time Jon talked you into buying him a beer.

NOW WE ARE RELEASING OUR FIRST VINYL RECORD!!!

We've been asked for years when we would release something on record. Long story short- issues with length and master recordings made vinyl always just a bit out of reach.

BUT...we found a company that said Same Again Tomorrow is just too good NOT to release on vinyl. They got to work, rearranged some tracks and used every square inch of that record to squeeze the songs on. The final product turned out great!

4 OPTIONS TO CHOOSE

(VERY FEW AVAILABLE. A TRUE COLLECTOR'S ITEM FOR THE TRUEST FANS!!!

10 were made during production. 2 were made available to our mailing list and instantly sold out. Some members who don't collect vinyl have generously offered theirs up to our fans. You can choose signed or unsigned)

$30     Same Again Tomorrow 

$40     Signed copy of Same Again Tomorrow

$50     Signed copy of Same Again Tomorrow PLUS SAT CD

$100 Same Again Tomorrow TEST PRESSING

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Same Again Tomorrow is the latest full-length album from Kilmaine Saints. Featuring 13 songs of high energy Celtic Rock and Punk, this album is a statement from a band taking their sound to the next level. It is their 4th full original album, and 7th release overall.

Combining elements of traditional Celtic music with punk and hard rock, "Same Again Tomorrow" creates a unique sound that often features fast-paced, energetic instrumentation, powerful vocals, and lyrics that address themes beyond just drinking and fighting...but there is also plenty of drinking and fighting. The music employs traditional instruments such as bagpipes, mandolins, fiddles, banjos, and tin whistles, along with heavy electric guitar, bass, and thundering drums. 

It's been 6 years since the release of Whiskey Blues & Faded Tattoos, an album that broke Kilmaine Saints to national and international recognition. Various line up changes in that time have helped the band's sound grow and mature, while staying firmly rooted in their Celtic Punk roots. Most of the recording process was done in the DIY style, utilizing member's home studios (drums were recorded at The Kaleidoscope in Lancaster, PA). Erich Arndt led the production and mixing and the final mixes were mastered by Mike Monseur at Axis Audio- Nashville, TN.

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