HAMMERS OF MISFORTUNE
THE AUGUST ENGINE (REISSUE)

Compact Disc Digi

HAMMERS OF MISFORTUNE
THE AUGUST ENGINE (REISSUE)

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METAL BLADE(398414915CD)

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Metal Blade Records has announced the signing of the groundbreaking San Francisco progressive metal outfit HAMMERS OF MISFORTUNE. Now Metal Blade is reissuing four of the band's previous releases, with a new studio album expected in 2011.
Formed in the late '90s by eclectic, versatile guitarist John Cobbett (GWAR, LUDICRA, SLOUGH FEG, AMBER ASYLUM, JARBOE), HAMMERS OF MISFORTUNE started as an exercise in songwriting and making coherent full-length albums. The band is made up of some of the most talented musicians John Cobbett and co. can find. Cobbett explains, "I set out to do it this way from the beginning. Having been in a dozen or so bands that broke up before realizing their potential, I decided that the songs and albums were the most important thing. So I formed a 'break-up-proof' project that depends more on good material and strong albums than a consistent lineup."

 

"THE AUGUST ENGINE is one of the finest pieces of epic metal that I have ever heard. Hammers of Misfortune have exceeded every expectation that I had coming into this album, and there is something on this disc for fans of all types of metal. Fans of The Lord Weird Slough Feg, US Power Metal, Folk, and NWOBHM especially will want to check this album out." – Metal-Observer.com

TRACK LIST

1. The August Engine Part 1
2. Rainfall
3. A room and a riddle
4. The August Engine Part 2
5. Insect
6. Doomed Parade
7. The trail and the grave
Colour : None
Product type : Compact Disc Digi
Label : METAL BLADE
Item no. : 398414915CD
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