"Reaper's Danse", the new video from Texan classic rockers SCORPION CHILD, can be seen below. The clip was created by Costin Chioreanu (SPIRITUAL BEGGARS) of Twilight 13 Media.
SCORPION CHILD recorded "Acid Roulette" at The Bubble in Austin, Texas with Chris "Frenchie" Smith (THE ANSWER, AND YOU WILL KNOW US BY THE TRAIL OF DEAD... ),who produced and arranged the band's self-titled, first full-length. "Acid Roulette" was mixed by Dave Schiffman (THE MARS VOLTA, DEAD MEADOW, JANE'S ADDICTION, RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE). The album's artwork, pictured below, was a collaboration by Aryn Jonathan Black, photographer Max Taylor and graphic designer Rob Kimura.
"'Acid Roulette' chronicles the life trials of a traveling man who was imprisoned for a murderous crime," comments Aryn. "He was forced into confessing by his wife and her wealthy lover so that they could live out their romance without him in the picture. Once sentenced to a life's term, he goes through extreme emotions dealing with the only woman he'd ever loved taking everything he'd known as 'real' away from him. He has to create and redefine his own reality accompanied by its roller coaster of emotional reflection. He experiences many different psychological changes throughout the years and escapes by means of drugs and his writings. These songs become his diary of a madman. The focus is mainly on the seasons in a year, for each song represents a month. The songs exist to drive home the full power of human emotion as many albums do. However, 'Acid Roulette' wires us into those extremes."
"Acid Roulette" track listing:
01. She Sings, I Kill 02. Reaper's Danse 03. My Woman In Black 04. Acid Roulette 05. Winter Side Of Deranged 06. Séance 07. Twilight Coven 08. Survives 09. Blind Man's Shine 10. Moon Tension 11. Tower Grove 12. I Might Be Your Man 13. Addictions
SCORPION CHILD is:
Aryn Jonathan Black - Vocals Christopher Jay Cowart - Lead Guitar Jon "Charn" Rice - Drums Alec Caballero Padron - Bass AJ Vincent - Keyboards
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