Brass Castle - Cancer Daze mp3 album
Brass Castle (formed 2000) is a rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. Brass Castle's debut album, Get On Fire was released in 2003, followed by their self-titled release on Velocette Records in 2006. Their music is self-described as "drunk people in flames occasionally extinguished by some smooth sailin' yacht jock's salty breezes. They contributed the song "Bookworm Resin" to the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters
Check out the "Change Your Mind Tonight" video off of Cancer Daze. We are old now! Please feel free to download some tunes from Cancer Daze, the last album we recorded, which we dropped online a few years ago. Bug us enough and maybe it'll get a proper release one day. Who the fuck knows? Enjoy! brasscastle. White City, by Brass Castle. White City by Brass Castle, released 28 August 2015.
from Cancer Daze by Brass Castle. Streaming + Download. The musicianship is startling. Lost at Sea Get on Fire (2003) Brass Castle (2006) "Bookworm Resin" (2007) Cancer Daze (2010).
2006 - Brass Castle (Velocette Records). 2007 - "Bookworm Resin" (from Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters Soundtrack) (Williams Street). 2010 - "Sinister Thunderbird" (from the We No Fun compilation). 2010 - Cancer Daze (digital album) (Dirty Slacks). Some groups are tied to song structures, such as Sonic Youth, while the music had been around for some time, the term noise rock was coined in the 1980s to describe an offshoot of punk groups with an increasingly abrasive approach.
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Discover all Brass Castle's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. All Tracks by Brass Castle (1). Covers by Brass Castle (1). 1 cover. is a cover of. It's Alright by Black Sabbath (1976).
Brass Castle are a real ale microbrewery based in North Yorkshire, making cask-conditioned, keg and bottled beer. Ian and Phil (owners) came to us at a stage where they were scaling up the business. Bigger brewery, a bar, bottle beers and well as an impressive list of cask ales. A rebrand made perfect sense. The brief excited us and we were very much on the same lines, as far as staying away from the stuffy, real ale, ‘old-man-pub’ visual. This idea came about whilst thinking into the most important aspect of beer drinking – socialisation