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THE HANGMEN – ‘Necronomicon’ Single Review

THE HANGMEN – Necronomicon

the-hangmenPunk-rockabilly trio The Hangmen will release their long-awaited new studio material in March on vinyl and download. The cult UK psychobilly band’s three-track EP, ‘Necronomicon‘ opens with the eponymous song. It’s a romp that is held together with a super guitar lick that’ll have you shuffling your feet and nodding your head.

In homage to the movie ‘Evil Dead’, the track is wild, scary and expands on the rock and roll approach with some diversions into an almost jazzy area.  The EP will be available on limited edition 10″ vinyl and the second track, ‘Collarbomb’ turns up the intensity and insanity!’ The track manages to achieve a rawness and polish at the same time with a punch the air chorus to shout along too!

The Great Brain Robbery neatly concludes the EP with a straight up rockabilly/psychobilly/punk rock approach that shows that the boys still have what it takes to rock a room.

Pre-order here: https://hangmen666.bandcamp.com/album/necronomicon-ep

The EP ‘Necronomicon’ is released on Moon Skull Records March 11 2017 on limited edition 10” vinyl (Cat.# HANG10) and digital download (Cat.# HANG10DL).
Summoning part of an ever-expanding original repertoire to shatter the occasion, the new release offers a glimpse into the current state of the rock & roll band’s dark and wild sound. It complimenting a discography of eight albums, a handful of other EPs and several compilation appearances over the past 25 years.

The limited edition 10″ vinyl version is available to pre-order now and comes with free instant gratification download of the title track, followed by free downloads of the remaining tracks on the release date.

After pre-orders, the next available copies of the vinyl record will be on sale at Bedlam Breakout Psychobilly Festival in Northampton, England, when The Hangmen perform there on the Saturday night (March 11 2017) of the event.

 

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