Mono Live Album Available for Pre-Order

As prosmised, Mono’s live album, recorded at their 10th anniversary concert last year in New York featuring the 24-piece Worldless Music Orchestra, is available for pre-order as of today.

The album, cleverly titledĀ Holy Ground: NYC Live with The Worldless Music Orchestra, will be released in two formats, a CD/DVD package and a limited edition 3xLP/DVD package. Both versions of the album include the DVD, which features the entire 90-minute concert.

The vinyl edition is limited to 3000 units, including two different colored vinyl sets, limited to 500 units each. The first colored vinyl set has a clear/transparent red/opaque red/black mix and a clear/transparent blue/opaque blue/black mix for the second. All vinyl sets come housed in a triple-gatefold jacket and include a bonus track not featured on the CD.

All pre-orders received between March 1st and April 15 will be entered to win a set of the two sold out, limited edition concert posters designed for the 10th anniversary concert documented on this release.

I’m actually really surprised how cheap this album is. The CD/DVD is $12 and the 3xLP/DVD is $25. A very reasonable price considering how much you’re getting. Good job, Temporary Residence.

Holy Ground: NYC Live with The Worldless Music Orchestra is set to start shipping on April 15th.

Click here to pre-order your copy now.

What’s even better than watching or listening to a recording of Mono live? Seeing them live yourself. Mono recently announced a US tour. Check out the tour dates here.

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