Caustic Resin to reissue The Medicine Is All Gone

’90s heavy psych band Caustic Resin announced the deluxe reissue of their celebrated 1998 album The Medicine is All Gone. The double LP reissue is the album’s first time ever on vinyl (anyone remember CDs?), remastered from the original analog tapes
Caustic Resin vocalist/guitarist Brett Netson is also a longtime member of indie rock heroes Built To Spill and currently plays in drone legends Earth as well as fronting his own Brett Netson and Snakes.
Recorded in 1998 with engineer Phil Ek (Fleet Foxes, Modest Mouse, Mudhoney, Built To Spill, The Shins, Band Of Horses), the album was a highpoint both sonically and in terms of songwriting in the 15 year career of the Boise rock trio. Initially released on Alias Records, after many years of the album’s high repute passing, largely by word of mouth, from devoted fans and record store clerks to, well, anyone who would listen, the calls and campaigns for this landmark album to be released on vinyl have finally been heeded.
The Medicine is All Gone will be available on 2xLP and download on September 9 via Scavenger Cult Records .