Brownout present Brown Sabbath

2014-06-16 by Voivod STAFF | 4 Comments
Austin, TX latin/funk/jazz outfit Brownout are streaming their new album Presents Brown Sabbath at NPR.

As its title implies, the album consists of covers for Black Sabbath classics such as "Iron Man", "Planet Caravan" and "The Wizard". It was released on May 13 through Ubiquity Records.

You can stream the album here: http://www.npr.org/2014/06/15/321017630/first-listen-brownout-brownout-presents-brown-sabbath

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Voivod
Staff Reviewer
June 16th 2014
6751 Comments


Great stuff.

Those of you digging this, check also Combo De La Muerte and their 2008 album.

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chemicalmarriage
June 16th 2014
2145 Comments


sounds cool

BMDrummer
June 16th 2014
12964 Comments


Sounds interesting

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CK
June 16th 2014
6054 Comments


Sounds Good



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