Out of Service- The Ground Beneath Me (ETR140)
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Enjoy The Ride Records proudly presents Out of Service - The Ground Beneath Me. The Ground Beneath Me is Out of Service’s third full-length studio album, and the second band to be signed to Enjoy The Ride Records. The new album grapples with racial prejudice, the loss of loved ones, mental health, and the frailty of life. The album seamlessly moves from whispered lines to instrumental explosions to expansive soundscapes and back again. It synthesizes modern sensibilities with 90s grunge and 2000s emo. Guest vocal features include John Nolan (Taking Back Sunday, Straylight Run), Emery, and Nathan Hussey (All Get Out). The album was recorded at Sound Acres in Southern New Jersey. It was engineered, produced, and mixed by Nathan Hussey (All Get Out) and was mastered by Emmy Winning Composer/Music Producer Dave Marino. The album art was painted by Mike Capuano, the band’s lead singer.
Red and Black Button, Limited to 200 Copies
White, Red and Black Swirl, Limited to 200 Copies
Clear and Black Split, Limited to 100 Copies (ONLY available in Test Pressing Bundles and for those who subscribe to the Out of Service Patreon)
Important Note: Those who subscribe to the Out of Service Patreon will have EARLY ACCESS to purchase The Ground Beneath Me, including test pressing bundles.
Album is also available to stream and or download on all major platforms
A Moment Trapped In Time (featuring Emery)
Day Forty One
The Sky Fell In
The Fall (featuring Nathan Hussey From All Get Out)
What You See (featuring John Nolan From Taking Back Sunday & Straylight Run)
Just A Shadow
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*This release upon request can be shipped outside the jacket to avoid seam splits, we do not have extra jackets for this release*
Limit of one test pressing bundle per household