Mojo’s Pick of the Week – Excruciation by Curse the Son

Of the recent very good new rock releases (and there have been many!), one that I keep coming back to is the latest full length from Connecticut’s Curse the Son.

Excruciation grabs you by the collar with the energetic gallop of “Suicide by Drummer” and leads you down some dark, dirty alleys, including twists into swampy, dirty blues along the way. Chock full of fuzzy riffs and sludgy beats overlaid with Ozzy-esque vocals, this album is a tasty sonic treat.

Fans of Black Sabbath and any of the NWOBHM bands will find this a headbanging relief from slick pop and modern production.

Standout tracks:  Suicide by Drummer, Worry Garden, Devil Doctor Blues

Excruciation by Curse the Son, Ripple Music, June 12, 2020

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Mojo’s Pick of the Week – DEMOITIS by Alexa Melo

Cover of Alexa Melo's 90's inspired rock album DemoitisI’ve been following auteur Alexa Melo since she dropped her amazing cover of Marilyn Manson’s The Beautiful People back in 2015. Her latest full length is a fantastic trip into the musical world of her 90s influences, from Marilyn Manson to Mazzy Star, from PJ Harvey to Gwen Stefani.

Melo wrote, performed, and engineered this excellent album herself, and man does it deserve to get noticed. Standout tracks: Man in the Window, Flightless Bird, Hopeful

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Mojo’s Pick of the Week – Valhalla by Wolftooth

Wolftooth - ValhallaThe mighty Wolftooth return with a banger of an album, calling forth the spirit of the elders in a driving album of galloping riffs, thunderous drums, and epic stories.

Fans of Warp Riders era Sword will dig this album by the Indiana metal veterans. Killer followup to their 2018 debut.

Standout tracks: The Possession, Firebreather

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