The Manx | Blood Chronicles

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Blood Chronicles

by The Manx

Adventure-Folk to the extreme; A nasty blend of banjo, mandolin, accordion, and double bass.
Genre: Folk: Power-folk
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1. Blood Gold
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2. Husky Tavern
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3. We Are Never the Hunted
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4. The Devil's Things
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5. Bear Cubs in My Pants (Bonus Track)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"LA based Folk-Core band, The Manx, hits hard with a nasty blend of traditional instrumentation and aggressive brutality previously un-heard of in the darkened forests of folk music. These boys grime, grind, and growl their way through chasms-unknown. Tommy Meehan (Banjo), Zach Zdziebko (Mandolin), Myke Chilian (Accordion), and Adam Barnes (Double Bass) are influenced by an ever evolving cube of noise music, spazz-core, tacos, and 90's horror movies. This ain't your Grandfathers Rocky Mountain Adventure-Folk..."
-Baxter (CEO of Sweatband Records)

"How to describe The Manx... imagine it's the early 1900's and you're walking down a dark street in a seaside town. You hear some ruckus coming from one of the bars close by so you pop in to see what's going down. Once you're in you see some ruffians in a small corner belting out chanteys like you've never heard. Then from nowhere you take a bottle to the head and you're out cold for the night. Have at it!"
-Tales Of Hammerfist


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