“Passive Restraints,” gets the goat. Kicking into gear with a serious one-two gut punch. The band are on fire and the addition of Randy Blythe of Lamb of God really brings some serious edge. “Electric Worry,” twists through the shattered vines of time. Brimming with confidence and groove. “Run, John Barleycorn, Run,” gets that old feeling going. A song that weaves through the tapestry toward the end of a clincher. “Evil,” swaggers onto the periphery, granting the listener an insight into the tumultuous tempest of time.
“Spacegrass,” roams the stratosphere, sinking up the dirt and the dirge, and delivering some good old fashioned fun. “Precious and Grace,” hits differently, swarming through the timescape and pushing the listener into something new. “Smoke Banshee,” rolls the punches, kicking the gut of the listener through. “Willie Nelson,” delivers a smack and grab.
The album is out on 27th November.