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March Of The Bastards

by Shaman's Harvest

Solid rock sounds with a wall of guitar attack. This release encompasses a variety of styles from moody power ballads to an in-your-face full-out assualt. Rock music for the masses.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Home (Part I)
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2:03 $0.99
2. The Lorax
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3. March Of The Bastards
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4:18 $0.99
4. The Offering
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4:49 $0.99
5. Drawn By The Sirens
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6. Waiting For The Animal
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7. Sequoia
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8. Halon
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9. The Anvil
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10. Home (Part III)
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11. Destination Nowhere
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Album Notes
March of the Bastards is the third release from Shaman's Harvest. The six member band from Jefferson City, Missouri has been playing Midwest clubs and outdoor festivals for a decade. The cohesion and timing of the band is reflected in their music, hard rock countered with reflective ballads. The members are multi-talented giving Shaman's Harvest's music a layered texture supported with a wall of guitars and a musical range accented by slide guitar and harmonica. All the songs are laced together with lyrics sharp as razor wire to make sure the point is driven home.

In 1999 Shaman's Harvest released Last Call for Goose Creek featuring “Naonna” that captured second place in the John Lennon Songwriting Competition. The band continued their unwavering course, releasing Synergy in 2003 with two singles receiving radio support. “The Walk” received airplay nationwide. The hard-driven March of the Bastards is due to be released in 2006.

March of the Bastards is topical and hard-hitting in that it has a theme of war and waste and loss. Shaman's Harvest is currently making a video for the first single “The Offering.”


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still cockin and rockin!
Sounds like another great album! c u in Columbia,MO ShortneSS has anyone seen, sean "backdoor" blake?


Great CD!
Great CD guys. I saw you guys live and had to get the CD. Love to local and kick-ass music.


I love the CD just as much as i love Adam
Your guys did a kick ass job on the Cd hope to get to hear u guys again


Their best CD yet! I can't stop listening to it. BAD ASS!!


Cool CD
I found the band on yahoomusic and I checked them out on myspace, I like them a lot so I got the CD. Its awsome.


Some of their best work to date! They are awsome on the CD and even better live!
Shaman's Harvest new March of the Bastards has really harnessed the emotion and love they have for performing. The title song says it all for me. The strong guitars and the awsome beats of Craig leave you wanting more and wanting it harder. Awsome new album and I really hope they come to KC so I can see them live again.


Proud to say Shamans Harvest is from JC,MO!! Show the world how we rock in the midwest! This is a fantastic cd, I bought 2 and gave one to my best friend for christmas!!

48 GR

saw ya
Saw you guys in Japan in 07, with Tool, killer show wish there were more real artist like you all.


i saw these guys in concert and they blew me away... i was very impressed. i love their music and they rock


u guys kicked ass live at a1a lexington kentucky great album lookin foward for more
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