Instantly, the correlation to other “southern fried” metal acts will be formed… I hear gobs of influences both yesterday (Skynard, Waylon, Haggard, 38 Special, Blackfoot, Molly Hatchet, The Charlie Daniels Band and Hank 1, 2 and 3) and today (THC, Rebel To Rebel, Hell Yeah, Cowboy era Pantera and Kid Rock), but for me Scattered Hamlet drop the modern metal moniker in favor of the old school sleaze coated influences of ’80s acts like Junkyard, Tora Tora, Sweet FA, Every Mothers Nightmare, Faster Pussycat, Spread Eagle and Tesla.
Adam Joad is a great in-canter of Junkyard‘s David Roach (a lot), the non screamo version of Phil Anselmo, Taime Down and a heaping helping of Robert James Ritchie. He also blows a badass mouth harp. Adam Newell is as talented a guitar player as anyone ever was. This kid swings back and forth from full blown shredding to finger pickin’ to rhythm and blues with the ease and efficiency the most seasoned and proficient session players. The rhythm section of drummer Jake Delling Le Bas and bassist Richard Erwin is top shelf, making their mark all the way and as tight as all get out.
01. Battle Hymn
03. Stonewall Jackson
04. Four Barrel Mojo
05. White Trash
06. Swamp Rebel Machine
07. Green Bastard (Featuring Johnny T. Crash)
08. Outlaw Breed
11. The Lesson
Jake Delling Le Bas– drums, percussion, vocals
Adam Joad – vocals, harmonica, guitars
Adam Newell – lead guitar, slide guitar, vocals
Richard Erwin – bass, vocals
Jake Rodenhouse – percussion, vocals
Johnny Crash – vocals
The White Trash Tabernacle Choir – vocals
John Barrish – vocals
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