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ISIS' Mosquito Control & The Red Sea EPs Get New Compilation Vinyl Pressing

Plus both EPs are now back on streaming.

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Isis' 1998 EP Mosquito Control and 1999 EP The Red Sea are getting a brand new vinyl compilation release through Ipecac Records. The new pressing is out on November 10 and pre-orders are available here. Ipecac also notes that both Mosquito Control and The Red Sea are back on streaming services once again, both of which you can (and should) listen to below.

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Isis originally broke up in 2010 but reformed for a one-off show as Celestial to pay tribute to Cave In bassist Caleb Scofield. There have been no rumblings of an official Isis reunion in recent years, but we're always hoping there might be – Isis was entirely too good, and their music was massively influential on the post-metal world. One listen to both EPs below will make that clear, though I personally suggest Oceanic or Panopticon for a clearer picture.

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