Go Rydell – New Full-Length Available For Donation-Based Download

GO RYDELL – Debut LP Available For Donation-Based Download!

* Pay what you choose for two weeks ( 08/02-8/16 )
* The Golden Age to be physically released August 24th
* Pre-Order 12″ Vinyl now
* Album streaming exclusively on Punknews.org


To celebrate the impending release of The Golden Age, the debut full-length from Orlando, FL’s Go Rydell, Black Numbers has made the ten-song album available as a donation-based download until August 16th.

The Golden Age was produced by Roger Lima (Less Than Jake, Rehasher) and mastered by Stephen Egerton (Descendents, All). Fans of Kid Dynamite and Shook Ones should definitely take note.

Go here to grab a digital copy of the record for whatever amount of money you see fit … even if that amount is zero ( you cheap, soul-less bastard ).

Of course, if you appreciate the real deal, you can pre-order the vinyl version of The Golden Age right now, which will see a slightly pushed-back release date of August 24th. The first 12″ pressing will be limited to 500 copies ( 100 Blue, 150 White, 250 Green ) and includes a free digital download which will be sent out at the time of purchase. Additionally, the band pressed limited-edition, hand-screened CDs that you can pre-order as well. Swing on by the Black Numbers webstore and grab your copies now!

The Golden Age is streaming in its entirety exclusively on Punknews.org and you can download to the title track below.

Listen to “The Golden Age” ( free mp3 )

Go Rydell formed in Orlando, Florida in 2009 with sights set on playing a style of music the members grew up on. As a result, there is a certain romanticism and pureness that emanates from the The Golden Age. Mixing heartfelt lyrics with short bursts of punk rock fury to create a fun, positive atmosphere, the band’s dynamic take on melodic hardcore is ripe with conviction and a palpable sincerity. With a raw injection of energy and enthusiasm, Go Rydell push beyond its influences with supreme confidence.

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