Songs For The Rejects, Slackers & Rabble-Rousers
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Hailing from the flat lands of Hardin County, Ohio, Mississippi Bones have established themselves as a rock n roll force to be reckoned with. In the five years since the release of their self titled debut album, this gargantuan six piece has infected the world with their foot tappin grooves and southern swamp sludge.
With the release of their third full length “Songs For The Rejects, Slackers & Rabble-Rousers” they once again take you on a trip you won’t soon forget. Armed with a barrel full of massive riffs and sharp tongued lyrics, the Bones will soak your soul with rock n roll and leave you reminded why rock is right. The Bones continue their unique blend of heavy rock infused with uniquely witty and smart lyrics with references from Star Trek to Lovecraft and beyond. Add some catchy tunes and epic riffage and you have another masterpiece from Ohio’s best kept secret!
- A1 | All’s well that ends
- A2 | Apoceclectic vision
- A3 | Geology 101
- A4 | If you find hell lonely
- A5 | In regards to euphony
- A6 | Larry the martyr
- B1 | Logical grace
- B2 | Nobody’s witnesses
- B3 | Scally wags and Ne’re Do Wells
- B4 | The electric church
- B5 | The real housewifes of Alpha-Centauri VII
- B6 | Voyages of the startship socialize
- 166x blue marbled pink (exclusive mailorder edition, handnumbered)
- 150x black
- plated & pressed on high performance vinyl in Germany
- matt laquered 300gsm gatefold cover
- special vinyl mastering
The press wrote.
Mississippi Bones plays a musical style that takes sludge, stoner and southern metal and mixes it with some elements of mainstream rock to create a style of t heir own, the production sounds very professional while the lyrics cover Star Trek, the writings of H.P Lovecraft and Beyond.
In my opinion Mississippi Bones are a very great sounding mixture of southern and stoner rock and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE “Apocecletic Vision” “In Regards to Euphony” “The Electric Church” and “Voyages Of the Starship Socialize”. 8 out of 10.