Announcing Soulless Creature Recordings & STRUCK BY LIGHTNING 2xLP

We are proud to announce the recent formation of Soulless Creature Recordings. Founded by Gregory Lahm (Struck By Lightning, ex-Mouth of the Architect), the label was formed with the sole intent of unleashing high quality vinyl releases.

Soulless Creature’s first project will be the official vinyl version of STRUCK BY LIGHTNING’s acclaimed debut Serpents, which was released on CD last September via Translation Loss Records. This massive new gatefold-bound version will be unleashed on double 180-gram 12″ wax, the first pressing consisting of 500 copies in 3 color breakdowns: 250 on black, 150 on gold with black splatter, and 100 on clear. All copies of the first pressing will be hand numbered as well.

The massive STRUCK BY LIGHTNING double-LP will see release mid-July with an exact date to follow, but pre-orders will up and running shortly. The limited edition first pressing will be available on a first come first serve basis via the pre-order or from the band directly on their upcoming summer tour with Black Cobra and Howl.

7/09/2010 Carabar – Columbus, OH w/ Funeral Pyre, Early Graves, MF Gnar, Bastards
7/18/2010 Carabar – Columbus, OH w/ Coliseum

STRUCK BY LIGHTNING w/ Black Cobra, Howl:

7/22/2010 Triple Rock – Minneapolis, MN
7/23/2010 Frequency – Madison, WI
7/24/2010 Empty Bottle – Chicago, IL
7/26/2010 The Summit – Columbus, OH
7/27/2010 Bug Jar – Rochester, NY
7/28/2010 Great Scott – Allston, MA
7/29/2010 AS220 – Providence, RI
7/30/2010 Webster Hall Studio – New York, NY
7/31/2010 North Star Bar – Philadelphia, PA
8/01/2010 Ottobar – Baltimore, MD
8/02/2010 Strange Matter – Richmond, VA
8/03/2010 Volume 11 Tavern – Raleigh, NC
8/04/2010 Casbah / Tremont Music Hall – Charlotte, NC
8/05/2010 The Earl – Atlanta, GA
8/06/2010 Hi Tone – Memphis, TN
8/07/2010 Hi Ho – New Orleans, LA

“…D-beat anthems that are sad yet huge…” 8/10 – Decibel

“…less proggy than Mastodon and less brooding than Baroness, but still as intense as both.” – Alternative Press

“…annihilation you can almost hum.” 4/5
– Revolver

“…a terrific middle ground between High on Fire, Mastodon, and Disfear. Punk song structures with driving tempos, great metallic guitar work, and stellar vocal parts…” – Lambgoat

“…one of the year’s best albums, and probably the best album that Translation Loss has ever released.” –