The Eraserheads lives on—at least in other forms of media.
Coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the release of the band’s seminal album Cutterpillow, Offshore Music announced that it will be releasing a book about the Eraserheads’ reunion concert The Final Set.
The photo book, titied “Alternate Endings: The Making of The Final Set and the Unmaking of an Era, promises to be a complete account of “one of the greatest shows in Philippine music history,” the announcement said.
Written by Aldus Santos and designed by Gelo Lagasca, “Alternate Endings” will have a limited run and will be available for 2,800 pesos via the Offshore Music website.
Fans initially thought Offshore Music was about to announce another reunion concert for the Eraserheads when it posted a teaser of the photo.
The band hasn’t been together officially since their reunion concert in the Philippines in 2009.
However, the band—consisting of Buendia, Buddy Zabala, Marcus Adoro, and Raimund Marasigan—have performed and appeared together in concerts outside the country and even in an telecom advertisement since then. In 2014, the Eraserheads even released two songs via Esquire Philippines.
(Banner photo from Eraserheads Facebook page)