Tor Johnson Records are a music label based in Providence, Rhode Island, who specialize in punk, hardcore and indie metal music.
To promote the release of the new single from the band Aneurysm,
“Veronica”, they’re issuing a custom big-hole 45 rpm vinyl record.
What’s so special about the big-hole 45 rpm? It’s a platter with a
huge hole in the middle, to fit around a large centre spindle on a
record player. These can be seen in jukeboxes from the golden age of
rock and roll.
Of course, most modern record players can’t play a big-hole 45 rpm.
They’re not designed that way. Which is where 3D printing comes in.
The first 50 pre-orders of the new single from Aneurysm will also
receive a 3D printed 45 adapter in the shape of a colorful brain. Get
the joke? Think about it for a second, we’ll be here when you get back.
we still have about 20 of these, so get your orders in! the record comes out Oct. 23rd!
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