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In honor of 0 outstanding years in metal, Blade Records presents a special limited edition premium, 100% French wheat vodka by Infinity Premium Vodka.

Crafted using only the finest grains of wheat from the Champagne region of France. Sustainably distilled 5 and filtered through limestone to ensure the perfection demanded by luxury vodka connoisseurs. Carefully crafted at of wheat in and loyally distributed from Infinity Premium Vodkas home in Dallas, Texas.

Now available in select locations in NY, NJ, CO, KS and online at Coming to and NV soon! Shipping is a flat rate of $19.99 for 1-6 bottles and $29.99 for 6-12 bottles. Special t-shirt & vodka packages are also available! 

In other news, Blade Records will be opening their Heavy Museum to 20 more lucky guests on Friday, September 16th. The museum will be open from 12noon to 5pm and any ticket holders arriving at 12noon will get a guided by Slagel himself. Get your ticket for $19.82 HEREonly 20 tickets available 


About Blade Records:

Founded upon owner  Slagel‘s enduring to find great bands and get their music out to as many people as possible, since 1982  Blade has brought wave after wave of powerful, innovative, and often genre-defining music to the ever-hungry masses. It is this ethos that has seen  Blade build a stunning and diverse catalog, weather the various storms facing any label, and in an age of declining record sales boast the most successful years of its existence as it celebrates its fourth decade.

Blade Records launched Metallica, Slayer, Armored Saint, Fates Warning, GWAR, Cannibal Corpse, Amon Amarth, Whitechapel, The Black Dahlia Murder, Cattle Decapitation, and dozens more genre giants, shaping four decades and counting of hard rock, metal, and music culture.  Slagel worked as a record store clerk when he founded  Blade in 1982, reserving a spot for a young Lars Ulrich on his   compilation series.  Blade grew from humble beginnings in to become an international powerhouse, selling millions of albums while remaining fiercely independent. In 2017, ‘s Kerry  inducted the label into the Hall of Heavy History. Slagel‘s For the Sake of Heaviness: The History of Blade Records arrived the same year.

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