Monday, June 27, 2011

The Resurrection Sorrow-The Scorpion Savior Sessions

Self Release

Meant as a tide-me-over release for fans, The Resurrection Sorrow is preparing to digitally release The Scorpion Savior Sessions EP shortly. While the band has been streaming the songs on their website now for a few months fans have not been able to buy a digital release until now. The follow-up to The Resurrection Sorrow's 2009 debut album, "Hour Of The Wolf," the new EP was recorded over the past winter. As with their debut album the band enlisted hometown NYC engineer Joe Hogan (Nebula, The Atomic Bitchwax) and had the tracks mastered by Fred Kevorkian (Iggy Pop, Willie Nelson). With a powerful doom-infused stoner rock crunch this EP continues the band's tradition of delivering metallic metal that oozes from the speakers. It might only by a three song EP, but it still packs a serious punch and has me eagerly awaiting their upcoming full-length follow-up scheduled for release later in 2011.


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