MAYLENE & THE SONS OF DISASTER To Release New 7" Single
Ferret Records recording artist MAYLENE & THE SONS OF DISASTER will release a limited-edition two-song hand-numbered seven-inch single — featuring the tracks "Where the Saints Roam" and "Cheap Thrills Cost the Most" — on July 27.
Pre-orders include the brand new seven-inch as well as an exclusive new shirt. Click here for more information.
"I am excited to have the seven-inch coming out" says lead singer Dallas Taylor. "We have a couple of unreleased tracks on it that show MAYLENE at its finest. We are also pumped to be headlining this year's 'Scream The Prayer' tour. Hope to see you all on the road."
MAYLENE AND THE SONS OF DISASTER's third album, "III", was released in July 2009 via Ferret Music. It debuted at No. 71 on The Billboard Top 200 chart in its first week of release.
The band's critically acclaimed 2007 album, "II", was conceptual in nature, expounding on the true tales of 1920s gangster Ma Barker and her prohibition era real-life crime family. The record's gritty musical shootouts are filled with intricate guitar riffing and whiskey drenched grooves, while the lyrics take your imagination back to a time when the exploits of gangs of criminals gripped the American people and press.
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