Mat D and the Profane Saints | The Mercy Road

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The Mercy Road

by Mat D and the Profane Saints

Hard hitting, driving American Roots Rock.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Angel of the Lost Highway
3:59 album only
2. Low Brow Burlesque
4:36 album only
3. The Mercy Road
4:18 album only
4. Doomsday Dove
2:29 album only
5. We Are the Damned That Roam
4:42 album only
6. The Road to Glitterville
3:23 album only
7. The Last Broken Hymn
4:15 album only
8. Dirt Track Diva
2:30 album only
9. Dive of the Delta Dollar
2:51 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Roots rockers Mat D and the Profane Saints return in 2016 with their latest album "The Mercy Road" - nine brand new tracks woven from the fabric of the American highway-each more irreverent and heartfelt than the first. The album picks up where the morose, moody and uneven critically acclaimed 2014 predecessor "Holyoke" left off...transitioning from the dirt road to hell to the lost highway - an infamous road less traveled with a new cast of saints and sinners alike.

The band continues to refine and reinvent their brand of hard hitting, driving American Roots Rock. "The Mercy Road " is a collection of the rawest, hardest hitting songs the band has released to date. Singer songwriter Mathew deRiso screams, hollers, growls and groans over a greasy gasoline fueled wall of sound courtesy of guitarist Kurt Mullins and percussionist Jeff Deignan. Grip the steering wheel, roll the windows down and press the pedal to the's going to be a rough and tumble ride down "The Mercy Road"



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