Earlier today, St. Albans post-hardcore outfit Enter Shikari posted an image via their social media accounts that strongly hints at the band planning to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their debut and breakthrough full-length album ‘Take To The Skies’ next year.
The image in question features an edit of the original artwork and emblem from the record, with adjustments made to the colour scheme to black (originally a musty green). The shield in the centre also has the band’s current triangle/circle logo within it (instead of the Earth with a face), and the album title in the scroll replaced with the message “SPRING 2017”.
You can take a look at the teasing artwork below:
‘Take To The Skies’ was originally released on March 25th 2007 via the band’s own label, Ambush Reality, and spawned fan favourites such as ‘Mothership’, ‘Johnny Sniper’, ‘Sorry, You’re Not A Winner’, and ‘Anything Can Happen In The Next Half Hour…’, to name but a few.
It reached #4 in the Official UK Album Chart, selling 28,000 copies in its first week following release.
At the time of writing, it’s not clear whether these anniversary plans would include a tour, a deluxe re-release, or something else entirely.
More news will be confirmed as and when it develops.
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