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Head Of The Herd - By This Time Tomorow (Deluxe Album) (2014)

28-05-2014, 18:41
Music | Blues | Rock | Alternative

Head Of The Herd - By This Time Tomorow (Deluxe Album) (2014)

Artist: Head Of The Herd
Title Of Album: By This Time Tomorow (Deluxe Album)
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Blues/Rock/Alternative
Label: Head Of The Herd
Quality: MP3 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 50:38
Total Size: 121 Mb

01. You Come, You Go (3:56)
02. By This Time Tomorrow (Feat. Jasmin Parkin) (4:19)
03. Take Ten Steps (3:52)
04. Ain't My Day (3:26)
05. We Could Get Together (3:25)
06. Breathe Me Baby (3:33)
07. Don't Think You Will (Feat. Jasmin Parkin) (3:02)
08. Elizabeth (3:57)
09. The Great Flood (3:08)
10. By This Time Tomorrow (Demo) (Feat. Jasmin Parkin) (3:32)
11. When I Met The Devil (Live At The Verge) (4:50)
12. Ain't My Day (Live At The Verge) (3:45)
13. We Could Get Together (Neu Remix) (3:24)
14. Ain't My Day (Neu Remix) (2:25)

The art of telling stories, of expressing emotion, of speaking with rhythm and register, has been a need of humanity since the very beginning. Without storytelling, we have silence. Head of the Herd is opposite that silence, the musical collision of our bluesy forefathers’ storytelling, with the palpable energy of Rock n’ Roll.

The band has recently completed their sophomore record and they’ve unmistakably found their stride. Harnessing the energy of their live show, this record highlights the beastly, melodic, storytelling prowess that is Head of the Herd. They created the album in two sessions. One with the producer behind Rage Against the Machine’s debut, Gggarth Richardson. And the other, produced by Rick Jackett & James Black of Finger Eleven. The album will be named after the first single. A duet with Jasmin Parkin from Mother Mother titled “By This Time Tomorrow.”

In the time since the release of their debut LP “On The House,” Head of the Herd has gained significant momentum. Being named Fox Seeds winners (previous winners include Nickelback, Matthew Good Bif Naked & More) was only the beginning. They’ve toured across the Country for Canadian Music Week, released music videos for their radio singles, played Telusfest, the Grey Cup Festival, and have opened for The Sheepdogs and the Trews. Their single “Knock Me Down” has taken them on and beyond the radio, being featured in Rip Curl and well as GT Bikes/Red Bull videos online.?Their debut single “Ain’t My Day” has been played on radio throughout Western Canada and online, with a video by acclaimed director Luke Hansen-MacDonald. And recently, Billabong has used their chilling tale of “Erinyes” for their Damn AM TV show.?

Head of the Herd is modern blues with a hell of an edge, and they’re proud to unveil their sophomore LP, “By This Time Tomorrow".

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