Texas country rock with punk vocals and emo lyrics
Most of this record sounds what I imagine fancy church music from the Serengeti sounds like.
Fuzzy blues doom metal
Texas. Punk. Country.
Good, heavy music from start to finish
Icelandic Party Rock
Bluegrass rock n roll.
Imagine that Sabbath hired the ghost of Son House to play guitar
Fun, cheeky country songs paired with sadness
This is a live recording of a really great party band that has a unique gimmick
Delightfully heavy, socially conscious.
Garage rock mixed with Chicago blues
Metal-adjacent hard rock.
Texas country-rock with punk vocals
Faithful recreations of 90s country classics
Sad country songs. Period.
Fuzzy. Country. Punk.
This record is a lot more akin to AC/DC than to Lynyrd Skynyrd
Country when it needs to be, blues when it needs to be, and heavy when it needs to be
If you’re a fan of 90s country music, buy this album.
Southern soulful country-folk funk blues
Beautifully simplistic chill beats that are unintrusive and relaxing
Maybe the only vinyl copy of this record in existence
A combination of funk jazz and interstellar space dance music worthy of a Ziggy Stardust guest spot.
A staggering amount of soul pours out of this man
Don’t you wish you could sit around the campfire while your favorite artist plays and sings?
This is store-brand Southern rock.
This is a beautiful homage to an amazing era of country music.
90s-ish. Country-ish. Americana.
God bless Rob Zombie. He just does his thing.