Ghoultown | Bury Them Deep

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Bury Them Deep

by Ghoultown

A unique mix of horror rock, punk-twang, and spaghetti western flair which has been described as an “uncharted crossroads between Johnny Cash and Rob Zombie."
Genre: Rock: Psychobilly
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1. Requim at Sundown
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2. Tekilla
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3. Blood on My Hands
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4. Mexican Moonshine
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5. Bury Them Deep
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6. Texas Bound
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7. Revolucion
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8. Walkin' Through the Desert (With a Crow)
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Album Notes
"BURY THEM DEEP," Ghoultown's fifth release, may prove to be their ultimate collection of songs. Having honed their unique twisted hellbilly style since their inception in 1999, the band has mastered the art of combining old west themes with blood-pumping cowpunk that features gritty vocals and mariachi trumpets. BURY THEM DEEP features "Walkin' Through the Desert (with a Crow)" which illustrates the band's mastery of upbeat western sounds along with a tuned-down, driving chorus. The rest of the CD hits equally as hard, displaying a unique songwriting vision and band image.

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Cameron Smith

Bury Them Deep
Ghoultown's newest CD delivers. Their style continues to evolve, yet remain uniquely their own. Bury Them Deep has a harder edge to it than their previous releases- Jake Middlefinger's guitar sounds especially aggressive. Longtime Ghoultown fans won't be disappointed, and new listeners should find this a solid introduction to the band.
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teresa rayburn

WOW!
this bands new release is very amazing.
it keeps in the same feel as its predecessor, but does not follow in the same feel.
it is quite lively, spirited, intense, and also very amazing to hear.
and this fiery spirit that the guys of the band have implied within it has not left it at all.
in fact, it carries through out every song, instrument part, as well as very vocal track that is within it.

NIce work guys!
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