The song and or buddy ballad called Highway of Skulls has a reminiscent serenity like Scar Tissue by the Red Hot Chili Peppers while borrowing an apocalyptic, Return to Thunderdome meets spaghetti western feel. This song relays a staggering fray of cinematic vibrance praising descriptive overtones of a cult classic. Each verse has worded collaborative minions that capture moods boasting motives holding conventions. The chorus is a summer desert afternoon brothel dialogue shadowed by Hunter Thompson charisma and the sincerity of Joy Division.
This a rebellious allegiance carefully coerced Anti Governmental establishment facade anthem. The zombie comparison is absolute and relevant to the changes of the human condition and the issues that gnaw at us constantly as they hide in the dark corner we are afraid to look into.
released 19 February 2013
"Highway Of Skulls" & "Solder" were produced by Max Carnage.
"Napoleon Rhymanite (After Party mix)" was produced by Soane.
All tracks recorded @the Acid Lab, Los Angeles
Mixed & mastered by Noel DeMello