Release Date: 06/08/10
Debut solo album from masked man from punk legends the Dwarves. Lots of cool guests and great, revealing songs.
The debut solo album from HeWhoCanNotBeNamed, the mask-wearing guitar icon of punk legends The Dwarves. The project was engineered and co-produced by Bradley Cook (Counting Crows, Foo Fighters). HeWhoCanNotBeNamed wrote all the tracks and enlisted the help of top musicians including many former Dwarves members like Nick Oliveri (Kyuss, Queens of The Stone Age & The Dwarves), Blag Dahlia (The Dwarves, Candy Now), Andy Selway (KMFDM & The Spittin' Cobras, The Dwarves) and more. While this is generally a dark, guitar heavy album that Dwarves fans can appreciate, the lyrics invoke an ironic playfulness that invites a wider audience and the high production level gives it a big arena sound. The lyrics and title, Sunday School Massacre, were inspired by HeWhoCanNotBeNamed's experiences as a counselor/teacher with teenagers suffering from mental illness or abuse. Many of the songs were actually written while he was on duty at a residential treatment facility. Some of them were used to teach students in a 'school of rock' type music program that he created and directed.
|Label: MVD VISUAL|
|Run Time: 40 mins|
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