Artwork is slightly altered, taking the basic feel of the original CD release and expanding it to fit the gatefold LP format nicely. The first few copies sold at the show came with a nice little bonus for old times sake in the form of the original 2002 demo which showcases a band in a more visceral and metallic vein of bands like The Haunted or even Arkangel. Some good gang vocals on this baby. They only made 138 copies of it originally, although it did take a while for them to make the covers up and sell them at a show, so long in fact that the first Break In show I played in 2003 where we debuted our demo, they finally had the NCF one available. They quickly outgrew the sound of the demo, it's good to see them still embracing it by adding this little extra in to the LP.
There were 250 records of each colour pressed, each colour exclusive to each label, I saved a bit of cash having an LP shipped from Italy by picking both up from the band, thrifty. Good choice of colour combinations.
The dust sleeve is signed by the band, I didn't go all fanboy and get them to do it, the first few came like it. Kind of cool if you like that sort of thing.
It's good to see these guys getting their shit out on vinyl so long after they first called it quits, if ever there was a record from a UK band that warrants the vinyl treatment it's NCF. Here's hoping for Canaan next.