BARONESS: New Album Title, Artwork Revealed
Savannah, Georgia's BARONESS will release its second full-length album, "Blue Record", in October via Relapse Records. The follow-up to 2007's critically acclaimed "The Red Album" was recorded in Dallas, Texas with producer/engineer John Congleton (EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY, THE POLYPHONIC SPREE, BLACK MOUNTAIN).
The track listing for the CD is as follows:
01. Bullhead’s Psalm
02. The Sweetest Curse
03. Jake Leg
04. Steel That Sleeps the Eye
05. Swollen and Halo
06. Ogeechee Hymnal
07. A Horse Called Golgotha
08. O'er Hell And Hide
09. War, Wisdom and Rhyme
10. Blackpowder Orchard
11. The Gnashing
12. Bullhead's Lament
BARONESS is currently in the midst of a North American tour alongside Maryland's CLUTCH.
"The Red Album" came out September 4, 2007. The effort was recorded at the Jam Room in Columbia, South Carolina and produced by KYLESA's Phillip Cope.
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