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Hammer of the Ozz

by Hammer of the Ozz

Recorded at David Catching's "Rancho De La Luna" and mixed by Ed Stasium, "Holy War" and "The Fly" are inspired by the experience of performing the music of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin live.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Holy War
3:45 $0.99
2. The Fly
6:25 $0.99
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Both tracks were written by Hammer of the Ozz and recorded in the Spring of 2018 at David Catching's "Rancho de la Luna" and mixed by Ed Stasium.

Track 1). "Holy War" was inspired by vocalist's Big Dave's boots on the ground service during "Desert Storm" in the middle east where he experienced first hand, the insidious carnage and terror that derived from the conflict between tribal and organized religious factions. With the musical stylings of Motorhead and Black Sabbath, "Holy War" is the bands first collectively written original song.

Track 2.) "The Fly" is the soundtrack to a dream sequence from the perspective of child sex abuse survivor who has come to haunt his perpetrator, a fallen "holy man" of the cloth. The track is the bands "No Quarter". "Epic" - Ed Stasium. Written by Hammer of the Ozz.

"Hammer of the Ozz" was formed in the Spring of 2017 in the parking lot of world famous Pappy and Harriet's music venue in Joshua Tree, CA. Originally a Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin tribute type band, vocalist Big Dave (long time member of the P&H family), guitarist Lisa Rae Black, bassist Paul Forrester and drummer Greg Gordon soon after started writing original music to expound on their love of heavy, dark melodic rock music.



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