I’m not the biggest fan in the world of Canadian stoner rockers Sheavy, but hey, at least they’re out there doing what they do. Their upcoming album, The Golden Age of Daredevils is due out next month on I don’t know what label, and as Blabbermouth revealed this weekend, they’ve already got a follow-up written and mostly recorded. The new new album is to be called Disfigurine, so, you know, good for them, working hard. Here’s the story:
St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada “stoner” rockers Sheavy have completed work on their new album, The Golden Age of Daredevils, for a tentative May release. The CD was recorded as part of the RPM (Record Production Month) challenge, a creative challenge offered yearly to musicians, similar to other time-based challenges such as NaNoWriMo (the National Novel Writing Month held each November).
A song from The Golden Age of Daredevils is available for streaming at this location.
Sheavy‘s second new project, entitled Disfigurine is almost finished as well. According to the band, “vocals need to be done on three tracks and then it’s off for mixing and mastering. This album should be available in early July.”
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