ISIS: 'Live 3' Vinyl To Be Released

Profound Lore Records will release the third installment of ISIS' limited live series on vinyl.

Throughout the past year or so, ISIS has come out with a set of very limited CDs (four in total) that were sold during their recent tour jaunts all over the world. These CDs were a collection of ISIS in the raw, captured in that special sporadic moment that displayed a purity and intimacy that surrounded such a luminous act. Nevertheless these CDs pretty much sold out immediately, are now out of print (along with the first two vinyl chapters of this series which are also sold out), and now Profound Lore will re-release "Live 3" in the vinyl format for the die-hard collector/purist ISIS fan.

"Live 3" was captured in New Mexico on the band's "Panopticon" tour and is expected to surface soon.

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