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Blitzen Trapper ‘Lonesome Angel’

Acclaimed Portland, Oregon rock quintet Blitzen Trapper are set to release new album All Across This Land on October 2nd via Lojinx in Europe (on Vagrant in the US). The band have built a solid reputation unafraid to take chances by incorporating a vast array of influences from Americana to psychedelic, to rock and to folk. 

Shindig! think this sample sounds great.


 

 

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Swedish gutter heavies Ball premiere ‘Fyre Balls’ video

BALL is hard-rock from hell. Formed by the mysterious Syré Ball – previously known as a strong force behind some extremely secret and subversive underground occult groups in northern Europe – Syré has now decided to dedicate his life to music and life outside of the covens and black magic orders. Backed by his two older brothers they form a fierce and fearsome power trio. They also have a close relationship to the mighty Swedish band Skogen Brinner. Apart from banging on their instruments Ball list their main interests as horror comics and monster model kits. Some band members are currently on probation so for the moment touring is not a possibility. 



 

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Taste boxset due this August

I’ll Remember will include remastered versions of the band’s two studio albums, Taste and On The Boards, as well as bonus tracks.

Additionally, the box set contains previously unreleased live concert recordings from Stockholm’s Live at Konserthuset, off-air at the Paris Theatre in London as part of John Peel’s live Top Gear sessions and Woburn Abbey Festival; demo recordings made in July 1967 at Belfast’s Maritime Hotel; sleevenotes including rare and previously unseen photographs.

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Kadavar ‘Old Man’ video

New video taken from forthcoming album Berlin, issued August 21st on Nuclear Blast


Read our interview with singer and guitarists Lupus in Shindig! #49. Regarding ‘The Old Man’ he said: “We’ve also been listening to loads of old ’60s Turkish psychedelic stuff. We have this song called ‘The Old Man’ and the melody is very Turkish. “

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