Manic Street Preachers seem to be hinting at a possible re-issue of their 1993 album 'Gold Against The Soul'.
The album followed their explosive debut 'Generation Terrorists', which the Welsh band vowed would sell 20 million copies - globally - before precipitating their untimely split.
Those sales weren't quite achieved at the time, leading to the calmer, rather more palatial arena rock sound of 'Gold Against The Soul'.
Often mis-understood and much-maligned - not least by the band themselves - it remains a stately listen, with nuanced songwriting and lyrical flair.
After all, those words were helmed by Richey Edwards and Nicky Wire...
Now Manic Street Preachers seem to be hinting at a re-issue, posting something cryptic on Instagram.
More on that as it is confirmed.
Manic Street Preachers recently brought film maker Kieran Evans documentary Be Pure Be Vigilant Behave - shot on their 2014 'The Holy Bible' anniversary tour - to cinemas across the country.
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