As a parting gift, the recently-split ISIS are releasing a slew of live recordings. I’m really looking forward to some of these, especially ‘03.19.03’, as it features some of the bands best material. Thankfully, the guys over at Metal Sucks have got their hands on it, and are streaming it – legally – for all to hear:

The great Isis may have called it quits, but they’re leaving fans with pretty much the best parting gifts anyone could ask for — namely, not one, not two, but FIVE killer, digital-only live albums, documenting performances from 2001 to 2006, which will be released every two-weeks through the end of July. May 31 saw the release of the first album; this Tuesday, June 14, the band will unveil its follow-up, ISIS Live II 03.19.03, which was captured (and “captured” is really the only appropriate word) in 2003 in Stockholm, Sweden.

But you don’t have to wait ’til Tuesday to hear the album — ’cause we’re streaming it below right now, this very second! Play it loud, play it proud, and then go here to pre-order it (and all the other Isis live releases) in one of a variety of attractive packages. And in case that isn’t enough of an Isis fix for you, we’ll have a new interview with the band in the very near future!

Get over there and listen to it now.

Ken Eakins

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Ken Eakins is a filmmaker and weird stuff enthusiast from the South of England.

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