Friday, December 17, 2010
And it keeps getting better. A quick peruse over at CD Baby.com, the leading seller of independent CD’s, finds JPT Scare Band’s Acid Blues is the White Man’s Burden, holding down the #2 chart position in the Extended Jams Category. And extended jamming is what the band does best, as found on the monstrous acidified blues freakouts “Amy's Blue Day,” “Stone House Blues,” and the title cut “Acid Blues is the White Man’s Burden.” And with the boys back in the studio, recording songs for the follow up to "Acid Blues," you can expect more extended jam, stunning guitar work, and frightening heaviness to be unleashed soon.
It seems the world is waking up to the terror that is JPT Scare Band and the masterful, mind-boggling guitar work of Terry Swope. The Rock and Roll Report has proclaimed that Acid Blues is the White Man’s Burden, “sizzles with fuzzy guitars, gritty vocals, and extended jam sessions that instantly transports you to what feels like a Hendrix concert. Terry Swope has got to be one of the world's most underrated guitarists! If you miss the glory days of Cream, Deep Purple, and Jimi Hendrix, you have to check out these uncovered gems from JPT Scare Band.” Here Comes the Flood decrees that Acid Blues “holds its own against famous niche sharers, such as Cream, Ten Years After, Rory Gallagher and the mighty Led Zeppelin!” and Sonic Abuse gushes that Acid Blues is simply a “gem to treasure.”
Acid Blues is the White Man’s Burden is available in limited quantities from Ripple Music in two-toned, gatefold, double-LP with two bonus tracks, Deluxe digipack CD, or digital at www.ripple-music.com and all fine music sites like iTunes, Digstation, Amazon, CD Baby, and eBay.
Don’t miss out on the revival of classic acid Proto-metal and the album that the infamous Roadburn Festival has hailed as the “Album of the Day!”
Click here for the full CD Baby.com rankings: http://www.cdbaby.com/Top/112