Former KYUSS singer John Garcia's current band HERMANO will release their new album, "Dare I Say...", in the U.S. on February 15 via MeteorCity. "Dare I Say...", available in Europe since last November, is Garcia's first full-length album to be recorded and released in almost five years, since HERMANO's 2002 effort, "Only A Suggestion", was recorded over two years earlier, and Garcia's other band, UNIDA, hasn't had a new album since 1999, thanks to American Recordings' shelving of their would-be major label debut in 2001.
HERMANO features Garcia alongside SUPAFUZZ guitarist Dave Angstrom, ORQUESTA DEL DESIERTO bassist Dandy Brown, and SUPAFUZZ drummer Chris Leathers.
"Dare I Say...." track listing:
01. Cowboys Suck (mp3)
03. Roll Over
04. Quite Fucked
05. Is This O.K.?
06. Brother Bjork
07. On the Desert
08. My Boy
09. Angry American (mp3)
10. Murder One
11. Let's Get it On
HERMANO are currently working on a DVD, to be released later in the year. The DVD will contain a live show, tour footage, interviews and video clips.
Upcoming HERMANO shows:
Feb. 19 - Palm Springs, CA @ The Ale House
May 28 - Fuenlabrada, SPA @ Festimad
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