KYUSS Founder BRANT BJORK Returns With 'Tao Of The Devil' Album
Brant Bjork will release his new album, "Tao Of The Devil", on September 30 via Napalm Records. The CD is said to be "more focused" than its predecessor, 2014's "Black Power Flower", and boasts a more song-oriented and groovy stoner sound, with a healthy dose of '70s-style greatness.
As the founder of KYUSS, the singer, guitarist and drummer might be the ultimate icon the desert rock scene has to offer — but despite all this praise and worship, Brant's only concern rests in supplying the planet with unpretentious laid-back rock, adorned with hefty jam-outs.
"Tao Of The Devil" track listing:
01. The Greeheen
02. Humble Pie
05. Biker No. 2
06. Dave's War
07. Tao Of The Devil
08. Evening Jam (bonus track)
"Tao Of The Devil" will be made available as:
* 4-page digipak
* 1LP gatefold
* Deluxe fan LP edition:
- 1-LP gatefold
- 1-LP slipcase (3 Bonus Tracks)
- 4-page digipak
- A2 Poster
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