The Peculiar Pretzelmen | Innumerable Seeds of Calamity

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Innumerable Seeds of Calamity

by The Peculiar Pretzelmen

Gypsy Voodoo aged in charred bourbon casks, poured out in riddles and set to flame.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Pay The Rope
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2. Dirty Susan
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3:38 $0.99
3. Burn Your House Down
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4. Dead Hand
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5. Hammer - Nails
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6. Money McGillicutty
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5:27 $0.99
7. Obsidian Blues
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4:24 $0.99
8. Rio Rojo
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9. Wash The Ground
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10. Back In The Hole
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Album Notes
After two years, hundreds of shows, and tens of thousands of miles, The Peculiar Pretzelmen finally unleash their second full length album. The slow, hot, burning intensity of a live show cultivated over four years kicking and screaming all over the United States, destroying stages, devouring whiskey, and breaking minds has been captured at last.

Recorded over ten days at The Chalet in Culver City with Al Sgro and Will C. Golden (of Gary Jules, Joe Purdy, Buddy, and Brian Wright and the Waco Tragedies fame) INNUMERABLE SEEDS OF CALAMITY is the perfect encapsulation of what the Pretzelmen have done, and more interestingly, where they are headed. Featuring songs that fans have been hearing for years ("Back in the Hole", "Pay the Rope", "Wash the Ground") as well as brand new works ("Obsidian Blues". "Money McGillicutty") and exploring the sounds the salty gang have discovered as they've adapted to bigger stages, and wilder crowds.

This is easily the biggest and baddest record yet from The Peculiar Pretzelmen, and there is no sign of slowing or stopping. As of this writing they are sharpening their claws and licking their chops to hit the road in support of INNUMERABLE SEEDS OF CALAMITY. And once they hit that road they won't be back til they need time to record the next one. So get this record, and go see the "Biblical Scale Disaster Party" that they are bringing to your town!


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Emily Anne

Great job, this album is worth of my obsession.