Release Date: 02/09/15
Ratchet Blade Records is proud to announce the release of Moonshine Bright, the highly-anticipated fifth release from the notorious hellbilly/doom country band the Phantom of the Black Hills. Moonshine<br><br>Bright is the follow up to both Ghosts (2009), Born To Gun (2010), ENEMY! (2012) and Black Hearted Killer EP (2013) and was produced and mixed by The Cramps bassist Chopper Franklin.<br><br>âOn our previous album ENEMY! we pushed the banjo, fiddle and<br><br>mandolin more to the front, so for Moonshine Bright we decided to go<br><br>ahead and grind the guitars up more, while keeping the acoustic<br><br>instruments as present as before,â states the Phantom.<br><br>Phantom of the Black Hills is definitely one of the most innovative<br><br>bands in the hellbilly/doom country genre. They mix traditional country<br><br>instruments with searing guitars, distorted vocals, intense sound effects<br><br>and movie dialog. Their songs are brutal missiles that blatantly<br><br>encourage all to live a life of full freedom and protest the wrongs and<br><br>hypocrisies of an oppressive society.<br><br>On 2012âs ENEMY!:<br><br>âThe Phantom is described as a hellbilly/doom country band and thatâs<br><br>exactly what I gotâ¦.and a fine example of that curious genre chimera at<br><br>that. Thereâs a whiff of the more cinematic moments of Rob Zombieâs<br><br>newer solo material about the vocals, some Al Jourgensen too, before<br><br>you remember that Al actually turned in his own attempt at this genre<br><br>around a year ago; that album by Buck Satan and the 666 Shooters a bit<br><br>of a mess, truth be told. âEnemyâ blows it away, sharpshooter style.â<br>Gaz E â' Uber Rock (UK)
|Label: Cochroach Media|
|Run Time: 38 mins|
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