Biram announces new CD
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
– Scott Biram will release "Bad Ingredients" on Oct. 11 via Bloodshot Records. The album features 13 new tracks from the Austin musician.
Biram mines country, blues, punk, metal and psychobilly. On his fourth full-length for the label. Recorded at Biram's home studio in Austin and mastered by Jerry Tubb of Terra Nova Mastering (Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakam), Biram gets a little quieter on the newe disc.
Songs include country love song Broke Ass, a waltz (Memories of You Sweetheart) and Killed A Chicken Last Night?
CD reviews for Scott H. Biram
Country is a relative term to Scott H. Biram. Over his 20-plus year career, the famously self-proclaimed Dirty Old One Man Band has opened for a dizzying array of artists across the musical spectrum - Willie Nelson, G. Love and Special Sauce, Pinetop Perkins, Social Distortion, The Dwarves and Clutch, among others - and been an appropriate fit for every one of the them. Biram doesn't acknowledge genre; he just goes where the next song takes him and inhabits it instinctively, like water taking ...
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