Ender Bowen has officially announced the release date for the 15th Anniversary reissue of his debut album Neon Apocalypse — November 18, 2016. Five days on from the 15th anniversary of its original November 13, 2001 release date.
The reissue will include all ten original songs on one CD, plus a second CD that will feature re-recordings of some of the songs done in 2005 along with some alternate acoustic takes. Rather than be sold separately, this extra CD will be a part of the 15th Anniversary package. Like Lemonymous, this edition of the album will be accompanied by a 16-page full-color booklet and fold out wallet.
The remastered ten-track Neon Apocalypse will likely be reissued alone as a standard release in the near future.
Work is still ongoing for the release, with the original songs and alternate versions currently being remixed and remastered in Nashville.
Fundraising is scheduled to be handled via PledgeMusic, and currently is aiming for a $1500 goal.
Stay tuned for more announcements.