Lincoln, NE's favorite garage sons, and their third LP for Alive records.LAST COPIES.
A furious mix of 60's influenced garage and old school from Nebraska.
"4 Beatles-headed psych-nerds with a taste for razor-sharp snake rock."-NME. "
Cranked, lo-fi blues-rock from NE hoodlums."- Uncut.
"A foot-stomping, ass-shaking, roof-rattling, 30-minute sonic assault."-HearYa.
"Singer John Ziegler channels the ghosts of Jim Morrison and Rob Tyner with reverence and aplomb whilst his able bodied mates.- Amplifier.
"Part bluesy roots punk ala Gun Club, part Oblivians/Childish lo-fi raunch, part 60s British Invasion slop; Brimstone Howl is ALL rock'n'roll.”– Lowcut
|A1||They Call Me Hopeless Destroyer|
|A2||A Million Years|
|A3||Child Of Perdition|
|A4||Easy To Dream|
|A5||Yr. Gonna Walk|
|B1||Summer Of Pain|
|B3||Hero Of Gold|
|B4||The World Will Never Know|