Brutus Streaming "Personal Riot" Album Teaser
Norwegian 'beer dripping blues' band Brutus has commented on the release of its upcoming second album: “Behind The Mountains was recorded in various parts over a long period, so it took a while to get ready. But we are really happy with our second album, so it was all worth it. The songs were recorded in Subsonic Society here in Oslo, the same studio that we used for the split EP with Graviators. For mastering and mixing, we used Micke Nilson and Henryk Lipp from Music-a-Matic studio in Gothenburg – same guys we worked with for the debut LP. Now we just want to put it out for everyone to enjoy it as we do.”
A limited edition single set for the track "Personal Riot" was just released on Svart Records, a track that Brutus also made into a video teaser below. "Behind the Mountains" will be released on June 14th via Svart records. The band states that "Brutus came together when three bearded Swedes and two Norwegians immediately started to deep-dive into their own private collections of LPs and thus the conception of a musical journey, unpreceded - ever before, or after, for that matter - was in process. One song soon turned into six and it all climaxed in a smokin' 'California Jam' at a garage in Oslo."
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