Ass kickin’, booty shakin’, whiskey rock ‘n’ rollers GRIFTER have announced their new album is all mixed and mastered, artwork is being completed now and everything will be delivered to Ripple Music for release early in 2014. The album will be called The Return Of The Bearded Brethren and will feature the following tracks.
1. Black Gold
2. She Mountain
3. Paranoiac Blues
4. Princess Leia
5. Bow Down To The Monkey
6. Braggard’s Boast
7. It’s Not Me It’s You
8. Fire Water
9. The Return Of the Bearded Brethren
10. Fairies Wear Boots (Black Sabbath cover)
The Return Of The Bearded Brethren will be released on CD, download and vinyl including a limited run ofBlack & Cream Guinness Splatterwax. GRIFTER will also be working on shows to support the album’s release and the band’s 10th anniversary. Details to come.
And finally, GRIFTER will also be running a competition via their Facebook page once they hit 3,000 likes based around the new album so head over, like the page and start growing your beards! www.facebook.com/grifterrock
In the meantime, here’s a video of the band playing a cover of the classic Black Sabbath track ‘Fairies Wear Boots’ earlier this year at Bloodstock Open Air. Check out the video at:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbgK_Q9gR9E
GRIFTER’s critically-hailed, self-titled debut is available at ripplemusic.bigcartel.com.
GRIFTER Live Dates:
11/29 – HARD ROCK HELL w/ Black Star Riders, Airbourne, Nazareth, Paul Dianno, Michael Monroe and more.For info, visit www.hardrockhell.com
Praise for GRIFTER:
“One of the best hard rock albums from top to bottom that I have listened to this year.”
“This is an excellent album, catchy, groove rich and addictive . . . all (of the tracks) are of the same catchy, infectious quality. Get a copy and by the second listen I guarantee you will be singing along.” [4/5] – Metal Talk.net
“Just about the best stoner rock band in England right now. Grifter build every one of their songs around monstrously grooving, simple riffs and smooth southern vocals. Something akin to Clutch jamming with Kim Thayil. Several songs, including opener Good Day For Bad News, Preacher And The Devil and Alabama Hotpocket are simply jammed with big riffs, and even when they go for an acoustic blues track to close with Gone Blues they can’t help but groove.” – JukeBox:Metal