16 Songs, 1 Hour 5 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Incorporating blues harmonica in the spaghetti western opener “Let’s Shake Some Dust” and banjo in the gunfighting history lesson “Doc Holliday,” these Danish rockers strike a daring balance between the Wild West and modern metal on their 2013 album. They even recruit ex-Anthrax axeman Rob Caggiano to thrash through “The Hangman’s Body Count” and “Black Bart.” Imagine Danzig on a Johnny Cash bender—but with King Diamond drowning “Room 24” in Black Sabbath doom, plus a frat-rocking cover of Young the Giant’s “My Body” just for kicks.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Incorporating blues harmonica in the spaghetti western opener “Let’s Shake Some Dust” and banjo in the gunfighting history lesson “Doc Holliday,” these Danish rockers strike a daring balance between the Wild West and modern metal on their 2013 album. They even recruit ex-Anthrax axeman Rob Caggiano to thrash through “The Hangman’s Body Count” and “Black Bart.” Imagine Danzig on a Johnny Cash bender—but with King Diamond drowning “Room 24” in Black Sabbath doom, plus a frat-rocking cover of Young the Giant’s “My Body” just for kicks.

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