New Model Army: il nuovo album

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Il 23 settembre sarà fuori il dodicesimo album dei sempiterni New Model Army. ‘Between Dog and Wolf’ è stato registrato a Los Angeles con la cura al mixer di Joe Barresi (Soundgarden, Queens of the Stone Age, Tool). Justin Sullivan racconta l’evoluzione del sound: “After a series of purist ‘rock-band-in-a-room’ albums over the last eight years, we felt it was time to do something a bit different and sonically this is the best album we’ve ever made. The title comes from a medieval French expression for dusk – when it’s hard to distinguish between dog and wolf, friend or foe. That sense of contradiction represents the band very well and there’s also something of this sense of transformation in the album”. L’artwork è opera del fido collaboratore Joolz (“I always hear the albums being created from the first acoustic strum onwards and it quickly became obvious that this album was going to be different in sound from previous records. Early on Justin saw some artwork I had designed originally for a tattoo client of mine, an image of Herne the Hunter and the Herlathing, and the primitive tribal paganism of the picture really symbolised to him the heavy pounding drum rhythms and passions that are at the heart of this album”)

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New Model Army @ Blackout [Roma, 21/Marzo/2003]

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