2020 really HAS become the apocalypse when the Los Angeles Horror Punks in Rx27 trade ghastly and ghoulish for gleeful and glowing on their latest release, “Song of Sorrow”.
But I digress.
Two tracks, two different ways, two more reasons to love Rx27. It’s really that simple. With the “Song of Sorrow” Double-A side release, fans get treated to two renditions of the same song with one showcasing the Rx27 we all know and love while the other strays from the murky path to offer up some lightness despite the heavy tone of the song itself which deals with loss and finding a way to cope. Pop/Goth. Goth/Pop. All Rawk.
The usual suspects are back with Ms Maxine Murr Derr and Joie Blaney trading vocal verses once again but with a more urgent intensity as Blaney gravitates to the forefront and Ms Maxine offers a supporting role this time around (Along with extra depth thanks to her violin accompaniment). Also back is Christian Death’s Rikk Agnew who lays down especially haunting guitar lines alongside The Dust Warrior as bassist Thad Coleman hypnotizes with his reverberations. It’s a broad new side to the burgeoning Los Angeles outfit and just perfect for the current spooky season.
“Songs of Sorrow” arrives on October 20th and can be streamed and/or downloaded by heading here or here. For everything you need and more from Rx27, follow the trail of social media pages by heading here, here, or here.