Tuesday, October 25, 2011

King Dude announces the release of "Love" via Dais Records, premiere two pagan-fueled isolated northwest folk Americana tracks!

Dark pagan-fueled folk wrapped tight with outsider Americana, steeped in themes of love, death and redemption, Seattle-based King Dude, the founder of the Actual Pain clothing imprint, announces the release of his long awaited proper full length album, Love, out November 5 via DAIS Records.
Pulling together the biblical sound and isolation of the northwest with an atmosphere filled with hope and salvation, DAIS Records has LP track "Big Blue Eyes" up for preview and Tiny Mix Tapes premieres "Don't Want Me Still" -
This short song is caked in reverb, but T.J. Cowgill’s incredible voice still holds its shape. It’s appropriate, given his affinity for occult imagery that he was gifted with a truly supernatural singing voice...you’re in for some heavy acoustic strumming and nonstop eerie ambiance...Love will definitely be the soundtrack to all my effigy-burning parties.
Drawing sound influence akin to Death In June & Sol Invictus while sewing together a hybrid of true folk tradition alongside Woody Guthrie and Johnny Cash, King Dude's Love is as reverent as it is prophetic and stark.
DAIS Records presents King Dude's Love
Limited to 500 hand-numbered copies.  Records come in thick die-cut cardstock sleeves revealing beautiful inner sleeve printed artwork beneath.  Designed by T.J. Cowgill.  Available digitally on November 5.

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