HAMMERS OF MISFORTUNE: 'The Locust Years' Due In June

The new album from San Francisco's HAMMERS OF MISFORTUNE, entitled "The Locust Years", will be finally available in North America on June 26 in a deluxe digipack edition (September 4 in Europe) via Cruz Del Sur Music.

According to a press release, "The Locust Years" "brings the creative songwriting of the HAMMERS to an upper level, through the creation of a complex rock opera in which several different elements perfectly complete each other. Echoes of YES, PINK FLOYD and in general the legacy of '70s progressive rock are mixed with HAMMERS' trademark of originality and love for uncommon solutions."

The album was recorded, mixed and mastered by Justin Weis at Trackworx Studios in San Francisco, while the fantastic cover-artwork was created by Thomas Woodruff.

"The Locust Years" track listing:

01. The Locust Years
02. We Are the Widows
03. Trot Out the Dead
04. Famine's Lamp
05. Chastity Rides
06. War Anthem
07. Election Day
08. Widow's Wall

Check out audio samples at this location.


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