Screwtape's Roast | Curses and Blessings

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Curses and Blessings

by Screwtape's Roast

Goth with a touch of acid rock, jazz and psychedelia. A perfect fit for those seeking goth music that nods to Zappa and Bad Brains.
Genre: Rock: Goth
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Album Notes
Screwtape's Roast is a band that is serious about its craft.

Combining many musical and spiritual elements, the result is a celebration of music from past, present, and future that is intensely original, and often paradoxical.

Rock, jazz, Latin, tribal and Middle Eastern forms of music are all blended into the soulful and emotional mix.

Musically competent, diverse, and very unique, Screwtape's Roast is making waves across New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

The band is currently performing in nightclubs in New York City, Philadelphia, Hoboken, New Brunswick and many other cities across New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

The band has also been featured on 105.5 WDHA and on various TV and radio shows recently.

Their debut CD , produced in NYC ,entitled Curses and Blessings has already been distributed in Italy, Denmark, Hungary and Indonesia.

Get your copy now and welcome yourself to the future of Rock Music


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Great all around
I put this in my cd player for the first time in years. Great guitars, bass, vocals, and drums. Seeing them live was great too - Are they still together?

Stew Pidd

I think the CD could probably have gained more notoriety had the vocals been removed. Not in some places, but completely. Then you would have had a kick ass jazzy ass trio. Usually if I play this cd above volume 5, when the vocals kick in,dogs from the neighborhood line up at my door like I'm running a soup kitchen. She's a good singer, don't get me wrong, but would probably fit better in a band without good musicians.

Stew Pidd


Great all around musicians...They really gelled together. The vocalist seemed to always be distant though. Her voice did not match nor could it keep up with the different flows of music these talented musicians could put out. I saw them play many of times from Hoboken to New Hope... I will never forget the duct tape shorts either! Wish you 3 would get back together...Do you have any other projects you are working on together????

Damzway Music Enterprises

The angelic voice of Mary Lombardi soars from track to track with stunning power
The highlight of Screwtape's Roast: curses and blessings is
the vocal stylings of Mary Lombardi. I vaguely remembered her name from somewhere. I curiously perused her picture on the CD sleeve and had a shock of recognition. This young lady had performed as "Annie" in the 1st national touring company. I had seen her in a spectacular Chicago performance. Her voice was special then, and even better now.
The guitar playing is a bit suspect and overbearing, but does not detract from the overall sound. However, I can still highly recommend the disc for Miss Lombardi's singing.