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Tombstone Highway Shares Some “Old Blood”

on March 12, 2013 | Leave a comment

Italy’s Tombstone Highway has just released a new track entitled “Old Blood,” which will be featured on their upcoming album Ruralizer (available April 16 in North America). The Southern Rock-inspired Doom Metal duo are excited to release their full-length début, explaining in the press release, “We’re very proud of how the album came out and we strongly believe it’s the perfect way to begin our legacy. People into heavy, ballsy southern-tinged Hard Rock should take note!”

If you can’t wait another week, you can catch a sneak-preview stream here:

Tombstone Highway – “Old Blood”

The nine-track album (which includes a cover of Mountain’s “Mississippi Queen”) will be available on Digipak CD and digital download from Agonia records and features guest performances by Mario Percudani (Hungryheart), Paolo “Apollo” Negri (Wicked Minds, Black Widow) and Razor SK (Forgotten Tomb).

Two other tracks from the record, “Hellfire Rodeo” and the titular “Ruralizer,” are also available to stream on TB’s Reverbnation page. For more info on the band check out their MySpace and Facebook page.

Tags: doom metal, Old Blood, Rock, Ruralizer, Tombstone Highway

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