This Wednesday, October 26 on SuicideGirls Radio, hosts Nicole Powers and Bradley Suicide will be joined by our fave honky tonk metal band, Scattered Hamlet. Also thrilled that Moxi Suicide, who’s on a sabbatical from the show, will be joining us — catch her cameo appearance in the band’s “White Trash” video (see above).
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About Scattered Hamlet
Scattered Hamlet is honky tonk metal mixed with a handful of cheap trucker speed with enough octane to survive a nuclear war. Created to capture the essence of growing up in the country while giving nods to the original classic rock and outlaw country pioneers, Scattered Hamlet is one part Lynyrd Skynyrd and Molly Hatchet and one part Motorhead and Down, featuring a sleazy southern inﬂuence laced with heavy rock elements.
Scattered Hamlet’s inﬂuences range from Southern rock to groove metal to doom metal with the attitude of punk rock. With humble origins all across the US and a relentless touring schedule of 100+ shows, the band makes no apologies for the equal love of Harley Davidsons, honky tonks, Les Pauls, Marshalls, shotguns and classic American symbolism.
Their debut full length album, Skeleton Dixie, was
produced by two time Grammy nominated producer Jason Donaghy (Rob Zombie, John 5, The Murder Dolls) and mastered by legend Howie Weinberg (Pantera, Slayer, White Zombie, Danzig). The band has amassed a strong underground following called “Hell Riders” who maintain their own “chapters” (fan clubs) independent of the band.
The band’s new album, Swamp Rebel Machine, is out November 4th via Black Moon Productions. It was produced and mixed by Jason Donaghy and Jake Rodenhouse and contains 11 supercharged anthems.
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