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Satan's Satyrs Releasing New Album "Don't Deliver Us"

The bloodcurdling Virginia rock & roll outfit Satan's Satyrs will release new album "Don't Deliver Us" on October 30 via Bad Omen Records.

The trio, featuring bassist / vocalist Clayton Burgess (also of Electric Wizard), guitarist Jarrett Nettnin and drummer Stephen Fairfield, recorded the album in Nashville, TN and calls it, "more stripped down, more raw, and definitely heavier."

"We wanted to recapture the primitive thrust of rock 'n' roll with our sound," asserts Burgess, who recently achieved the considerable feat of completing a sold-out U.S. tour performing double-duty in both Satan's Satyrs and Electric Wizard.

He goes on to say, "I've watched Tony Iommi rip into the opening chords of ‘War Pigs’ from 30 feet away. I've had Bobby Liebling look me straight in the eyes as he sang ‘All Your Sins’. I've had my hair stand on end and felt strange frissons from the music which means so much to me. My ultimate desire is to reach people in the same way with our music. That's what I strive for."

The new album's track listing is:

1. Full Moon and Empty Veins
2. Two Hands
3. (Won't You Be My) Gravedancer
4. Spooky Nuisance
5. Germanium Bomb
6. Creepy Teens
7. Crimes and Blood
8. You-Know-Who
9. 'Round the Bend

Catch these upcoming Satan's Satyrs tour dates with Pentagram:

September 30 Philadelphia, PA Underground Arts
October 1 Providence, RI The Met
October 2 Amityville, NY Revolution
October 3 Washington, DC Rock N Roll Hotel
October 6 New York, NY Saint Vitus
October 7 Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Smalls
October 9 Chicago, IL The Abbey
October 10 Grand Rapids, MI Pyramid Scheme
October 11 Cleveland, OH Grog Shop

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