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FRENZAL RHOMB: SBÄM Records to re-release the legendary debut album on vinyl

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1995 FRENZAL RHOMB record Coughin Up A Storm from will be released on brand new vinyl colours on March 3 via SBÄM Records.

If you think of Australian punk rock you are probably not even able to avoid the name Frenzal Rhomb. Coughing Up A Storm was Frenzal Rhomb’s debut full length album in 1995 even before they were signed to Fat Wreck Chords but right after touring as support act for bands like Offspring or Bad Religion in down under. Their simple fun punk has not changed it’s winning formula of extremely short and fast skate songs with polyphonic voices.

The colour variants for different labels and ways of distribution have been SBÄM Records speciality ever since. Label owner Stefan Beham known mostly for his visual artwork for tour posters of Bad Religion or NOFX loves to repress his favorite albums from his youth. The skatepunk fan teamed up with the pressing plant responsible for Europe’s Fat Wreck vinyl to achieve the best quality vinyl records to be not only a sound improvement but an eye catcher as well.

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