Patric Barrett/Launch Pad
Its too bad a lot folks didn't like this record. I always have dug this record. Its better than anything by the "hidden hand" stuff. Its not Wino's best work but its sure worth having thats for sure.My beef with this is that Wino is not focused as he ought to be. But he is honest as to the reasons why. Just listen to "Deranged Rock n Roller."Any who I had to get this again and it still works for me. and it always will.
Favorite track: Peyote Road.
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Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
Single black vinyl LP (first press was orange) inside a euro style printed dust sleeve with lyrics. Jacket features spot varnish. Includes digital download coupon. 1000 orange pressed (SOLD OUT). 1000 black pressed.
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Scott "Wino" Weinrich's latest project, Premonition 13, sees him plugged back in-both to his amplifier and the full-band format. A musical entity that finds its genesis in jam sessions dating back two decades, when Wino first met fellow guitarist Jim Karow and their series of informal jams over the years have finally coalesced with the release of their first full length album, 13. Rounded out by Ostinato's Matthew Clark on drums, Premonition 13 ventures into territories both new and familiar for Wino. Fans of Wino's Spirit Caravan and The Hidden Hand releases take notice.
Ruby the Hatchet aren’t breaking the mould with their 70’s style heavy rock. If you’re channeling the best of what your genre has to offer then you’re doing just fine. They are and I seriously hope they come to the U.K. one day with their organ driven riffage.
Their female vocalist is great too. So many great female fronted heavy bands these days. Love it! Crinklechips
Death’s own personal mare tramples us and consequently pushes us into lands below ( or perhaps hell). Equipoise between its elements is maintained as hooves of thunder strike the land that the sun never reaches, creating a fine embodiment of dimly lit doom rock that brims with identity. A southern influence sometimes sees fit to illuminate the world that many thought would forever be enmeshed in shade. Even the grim reaper doesn’t want eternal darkness. Favorite track: Rise of the Heathens Stephanie Cline