In August of 1990, SLINT recorded their second album Spiderland at River North Recorders in Chicago. Over the course of only 4 days, the four young musicians created what would come to be regarded as one of the most important and influential records of the past thirty years. Adding to the mystique surrounding SLINT, they disbanded shortly before Spiderland was released on Touch and Go Records in April of 1991. There was no tour to support the album. There were no interviews with the band members. Just one eerie, now-iconic photo of the band members’ heads breaking the surface of the water and an album of six taut, menacing, and haunting songs.
Twenty-three years later, and five years in the making, Touch and Go Records will once again release the album Spiderland in April of 2014 - this time as a deluxe limited edition remastered box set.
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