Arrowhead – Coven of the Snake
Released July 12, 2019
Aussie rockers Arrowhead have just released their latest full length album on Ripple Music! Coven of the Snake is a hard rocking 70s style fuzzed out heavy record full of catchy grooves and riffs. Perfect for that summer backyard cookout or cruising down the highway with the top down. Orange crush all the way, baby!
Arrowhead have been around since 2009 and have shared the stage with Monster Magnet, Unida (featuring John Garcia), Earthless, Acid King, and Sasquatch, to name a few. Fans of Black Sabbath, Corrosion of Conformity, Alice and Chains will dig this great addition to the Ripple catalog!
Standout tracks: Coven of the Snake, Root of Evil, March of the Reptiles.
Arrowhead on the web:
My good friends Rolling Vertigo and I have done a killer cover of a Cult classic! You may remember Deb from our previous covers Missionary Man and She Bop. This time her hubs Brian, who mastered The Answer is None joins us on drums and mixed the song as well. Rounding out the foursome is Joe Verdi on Bass. Enjoy!
Rolling Vertigo on the web:
This one is a little different. Four seasons of Mojo’s Army music: one song in four very different styles, each song with a different musical partner.
1. Every Time You Break (Beat Version)
Beat by Casey Denton
2. Every Time You Break (Funky Version)
Featuring Stevie Caldwell of And Then There was One
3. Every Time You Break (Acoustic Version)
Featuring Troy Jay Adams of Dig Me Under and The Answer is None on guitar
4. Every Time You Break (Heavy Version)
Featuring Nexus2089 (bass) and Carlos Delgado (lead guitar)
I hope it’s as fun to listen to as it was to make! Available at all of the usual places including Bandcamp!