Archers of Loaf's origins begin in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, in 1991 with Eric Bachmann (vocals/guitar), Eric Johnson (guitar), Matt Gentling (bass) and Mark Price (drums) rising through the underground with their edgy sound featuring elements of punk and rock. In 1998, after the release of four studio albums, several EPs and numerous singles, the band departed and went their separate ways. Over two decades later, Archers of Loaf reemerged with new music, a single titled "Raleigh Days," signaling their comeback. Now approaching almost 25 years later, they're cementing their return with their new album, Reason in Decline.
Limited to 500 copies, the VMP exclusive edition of Archers of Loaf's Reason in Decline is pressed on 1LP Opaque Purple, Black and White Swirl vinyl and will arrive in a single direct-to-board, foil stamped and numbered jacket along with a download code. The album is mastered by Bob Weston of Chicago Mastering Service.