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Devil Music

We Are The Men

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The Men Return With Devil Music, A Primal, 34-Minute Gut-Punch Recorded Live During A Weekend In The Group’s Practice Space. The Band Sounds Just At Home Hammering Away In A Loud Room With Oft-Improvised Lyrics, Mangled Guitar, And The Occasional Skronking Sax As It Did During The Blown-Out Classic Rock Of Its Last Two Efforts, New Moon And Tomorrow’s Hits.

It Begs The Question: Were Those Records A Progression Or Merely A Detour? If It’s The Former, Devil Music Is A Cathartic Release, A Palette Cleanse More Than A Revisitation. While The Band’s Breakthrough Second Record, Open Your Heart, Bled Brutal Noise Punk Through A Softening Filter Of Shoegaze, Stoner Country, And Disguisedly Nuanced Songwriting, Devil Music Celebrates The Moment And Feeling Over Premeditation. Six Records In, The Men Continue To Defy Expectations. (Www.Wearethemen.Blogspot.Com)

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Brad Holister
April 14th 2017
4:12pm

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Jackson
September 12th 2021
4:50am

The Band Sounds Just At Home Hammering Away In A Loud Room With Oft-Improvised Lyrics, Mangled Guitar, And The Occasional Skronking Sax As It Did During The Blown-Out Classic Rock Of Its Last Two Efforts. Langley Roofers