The metalcore classic Self-Help is now available on vinyl for the first-time ever. The Virginia-based Spitfire has paired with New American Records to release the album. Only 1,000 copies are being pressed, with the most limited in black (100), followed by clear (300) and a split black/mixed color option (600).

The never-before-heard, never-before-released demo version of “Ohm Driver” (a separate version made it to the final release of Self-Help) has been mastered specifically for the project by Reid Otto. The song will be made available on a black-on-black with all-black jacket 7″ vinyl pressing, free with some bundles.

You can order any number of bundles or options at New American.

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