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Brotherhood of the Ram

by Shooting Guns

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Predator II 04:41
Go Blind 07:06
No Fans 07:23


"There is a spaceport in Saskatoon, Canada. Shooting Guns shoot you with their latest release, Brotherhood of the Ram, right into space. At the first song, they start to groove around in orbit.

But then they start the warp drive at Motherfuckers Never Learn to really bring you to places far away in universe. Steady rocking pumping beats, behemoth sounds driving you into space.

And there you are, reached planet Krautrock, then diving into the sea of planet Peace. Soft, groovy sounds with lovely organs and synths let you swim around, very laid back.

But afterwards, the warp drive is used again at No Fans, letting you fly through the galaxies, passing a black hole, and reaching our home planet, or is a parallel universe!?

The sounds of Brotherhood of the Ram are so multifaceted, every time I listen to this release it blows my mind in another way.

If you like bands like Carlton Melton, Pharaoh Overlord, or Camera, this recording is highly recommended for you!"

- Frank Mitgerockt, Free Your Soul, Berlin


released October 15, 2013

Recorded by Chad Mason at Sinewave Studios, Delisle, SK
Mixed by Shooting Guns, Saskatoon, SK
Mastered by John McBain at Taylor Street Mastering, San Francisco, CA


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Shooting Guns Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Hailing from Saskatoon, SK, in the heart of the Canadian prairies, JUNO and Polaris Prize award nominees Shooting Guns are hard at work fortifying the heavy end of the psychedelic spectrum, haunting the foggy moor between Sabbath-styled doom riffery and heavy pulse-riding kraut-rock. Shooting Guns recently scored the soundtracks WolfCop, Another WolfCop, and the horror classic Nosferatu. ... more

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