|Blues Pills post album teaser|
2014-07-07 by Voivod STAFF | 7 Comments
|Multinational retro rock outfit Blues Pills have posted a preview of their upcoming, self-titled debut album at the official YouTube channel of Nuclear Blast Records. In between the track samples, vocalist Elin Larsson vocalist gives a short commentary on how each song came to form.|
The album will see an official release on July 25.
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This could well be awesome
Band sounds different with respect to the EPs, which is a good thing.
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From the article's title i was 1000% certain that it was you Voi
It appears that it will not have that raw sound of the EP.. Let's hope that Nuclear will handle them properly
Yeah, I knew this would be a Voivod article
Band is great that's why I insist so much haha.
Blues Pills are not alone through, I have read good things about Three Seasons, Electric Citizen and Golden Grass. All mentioned outfits have new albums this year.
In general, the vintage rock scene continues to flourish year after year.
Loved the teaser ! but Nuclear ? what's the connection of Nuclear to this king of music ( Though I don't mind , I mean who really cares ) :-)
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