Heathen Apostles “Misery and Gin” EP Cover Released

The cover art for the upcoming Heathen Apostles Merle Haggard Tribute EP Misery and Gin has been released, it features Mather Louth and Chopper Franklin in a photo by Lawrence Drayton. The Misery and Gin EP will be out July 22nd, 2016 on Rtachet Blade Records, and the music video for Misery and Gin will debut that week as well. The release show is scheduled for July 21st at the Viper Room in West Hollywood, Ca. and will also feature Charlie Overby & the Broken Arrows and Paul Cauthen. Click HERE for tickets.

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Misery and Gin EP cover photo by Lawrence Drayton.

Heathen Apostles Promo Shoot For “Misery and Gin”

The Heathen Apostles shot the footage for an upcoming promo video short for their upcoming EP Misery and Gin. It was shot in 110 degree heat in Palmdale, Ca. by Lawrence Drayton and will be released shortly. The band will be shooting the full length music video beginning June 27th and the Misery and Gin EP will be released on July 22nd on Ratchet Blade Records. Check back for more details.

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Heathen Apostles’ “Misery and Gin” EP out July 22nd

The Heathen Apostles will be releasing their Merle Haggard tribute EP Misery and Gin on July 22nd on Ratchet Blade Records. It will feature the two songs they performed in May at the Merle Haggard tribute concert Misery and Gin and I’m Gonna Break Every Heart I Can. The EP will also feature a remix of I’m Gonna Break Every Heart I Can by Almighty Watching. A release show has been scheduled for July 21st at The Viper Room in West Hollywood, Ca. Also appearing will be Charlie Overby and Paul Cauthen. Check back for more details.

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Heathen Apostles Feature in Symbols Magazine

A brand new feature of the Heathen Apostles is in the latest issue of Symbols Magazine, in it Mather Louth and Chopper Franklin discuss their unique sound, the meaning of Gothic Roots music and why they decided to release an album of remixes. You can read all about it HERE.

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Heathen Apostles at Honky Tonk Hacienda June 23rd

The Heathen Apostles will be returning to the Honky Tonk Hacienda on Thursday June 23rd at it’s new location at the Hi Hat in Highland Park, Ca. They will be playing the songs from their upcoming single, their versions of Merle Haggards’ Misery & Gin and I’m Gonna Break Every Heart I Can. Click HERE for more info.

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Heathen Apostles’ “Requiem For A Remix” In Stores 8/5/16

The new Heathen Apostles remix album Requiem For A Remix will be in stores worldwide on August 5th. It is on Ratchet Blade Records and is distributed by Nail Distribution and will feature different cover art than the “DJ Only” version available now online (you can preview and order that version HERE). New photos were take for the release by Holly West, one of them is posted below.

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Phantom of the Black Hills “Moonshine Bright” Reviewed On No Depression

Review of Moonshine Bright on No Depression, read it online HERE:

Moonshine_cover_final_sm“Phantom of the Black Hills, one of the outlaw music scene’s favorite bands of renegade pickers, stummers, pluckers and bangers, is back with a new album on Ratchet Blade Records, Moonshine Bright. Continuing to terrorize the musical wagon trail of the current roots revival with their sound of doom country, frontier-core, and hellbilly punk, Phantom of the Black Hills’ most recent collection of songs is as powerful and violent as the fiery blast of an old blunderbuss, with each deadly projectile hitting a different mark.

Throughout Moonshine Bright, Phantom of the Black Hills lays down some mean distorted chords, plenty of pickin’ and strummin’, hillbilly fiddin’, strong drums, and gritty outlaw vocals. The opening song, which is also the title track, is as dirty and intoxicating and homegrown as the contents of the musical barrel in which it was distilled. “Hellbetties Risin’,” the first single from Moonshine Brightand a raw cowpunk offering with male and female vocals, is as sharp as the edge of a boot knife. “In Hell” is a lawbreaker anthem which rides like hell for the horizon, loot in hand, putting some distance between oneself and the hangman’s noose, yet knowing full well that, when the time comes, hell will be one’s ultimate destination. “The Storm is my Shelter” is about as close to traditional country music as this band gets, but it is still pretty far removed from the purist idea of the genre, which is decidedly a good thing. The closer, “A Life for an Eye,” is a little different from the rest of the album in that it is garagey roots rock and dark country punk hybrid.

Moonshine Bright by Phantom of the Black Hills is available from the Ratchet Blade Records webstore here.”

Heathen Apostles at Merle Haggard Tribute

The Heathen Apostles appeared as a trio at the Merle Haggard Tribute May 15th at Viva Cantina in Burbank, Ca. The show was a smash, with over 20 artists performing. The Heathens played I’m Gonna Break Every Heart I Can and Misery & Gin, below are some photos of the event by John Nikolai.

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“Murderer of Souls (Chopper Franklin remix)” Video Debuts Today

The new Heathen Apostles Murderer of Souls (Chopper Franklin remix) music video has dropped, it was directed by the band and shot by Harmony Gerber at Devil’s Doghouse Studios. It is the first video from the new Requiem For A Remix album (Ratchet Blade Records), you can sample it HERE. For viewers in Germany click HERE.

Heathen Apostles “Murderer Of Souls” Video Drops Friday

The upcoming Heathen Apostles music video for Murderer of Souls (Chopper Franklin remix) [from the just-released Requiem For A Remix album] drops this Friday April 29th. The video was directed by the Heathen Apostles and shot by Harmony Gerber at the Devil’s Doghouse Studios, you can preview the song and the rest of the Requiem For A Remix album HERE.

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