Indie 500/Union 414/Dead Tree Music recording artist Carbellion releases new CD titled “the Horse” 11/17/09
Carbellion is excited to release their sophomore full length album titled “the Horse” via a joint effort between Union 414 Records and Indie 500 Records in the US and Dead Tree Music in Europe on November 17th, 2009. This album feature 10 new tracks as well as two covers (Bob Seger’s “Fire Down Below” and Richard Saslow’s “Ragpickin”) that showcase the band’s growth musically. Chris Wisco ( Soil, Nonpoint, November’s Doom, etc) once again engineered via Belle City Sound in ....Racine.. ..Wisconsin.... having previously worked the mixes for Carbellion’s “Villains” album. “The Horse” features an added sonic bonus courtesy of mastering by Goran Finnburg (At the Gates, the Haunted, In Flames) in ....Sweden.....
The tracks vary in scope from the album’s opener Top Alcohol, a bar room rock n’ roll scorcher about drag racing, to the album’s live acoustic track Tired Wicked World which features Steve Richgruber (Carbellion-bass) and Jamie Damrow (Carbellion-drums) on rhythm/lead guitar. Other highlights include the label’s first single release The Might of I Might, a hook laden rock number about having the strength or lack there of to take a stand in a relationship, and Locking Horns, a blues based story about a bar fight with the devil. Carbellion’s version of Bob Seger’s Fire Down Below as well as the other songs on “the Horse” leave the listener with a satisfaction in knowing that guitar driven hard rock is alive and well in today’s music landscape.
“The Horse” is set to be available online via www.indie500records.com in the ..US.. and in ..Europe.. via Union 414/Dead Tree Music’s online store at www.deadtreemusic.com. Dead Tree Music is currently in discussions with Sound Pollution for in store distribution across ..Europe.. as well. Carbellion will be touring in support of the album nationally throughout the year with a European tour in the planning stages.
For additional information about Carbellion, to request a copy of this EP, or to schedule an interview, please contact Cameron at firstname.lastname@example.org.