Clear vinyl pressing, edition limited to 500 copies
Amid the current industry of cool, Mount Carmel’s lack of gimmick is a welcome anachronism. The trio’s third album Get Pure is full of swagger, packed with great songs and inspired performances.
Described once as "the only non-bullshit hard rock band in goddamn America," Mount Carmel was formed in 2010 by brothers Matthew Reed (vocals/guitar) and Patrick Reed (bass), with James McCain (drums), and hails from Columbus, Ohio.
The power-trio already has two albums and a lot of road under its belt, and has earned a reputation as a stellar live act. Get Pure, their new album for Alive Naturalsound, is a new beast. It was recorded in Cleveland at Suma Recordings by Paul Hamann, where albums by Pere Ubu and the Black Keys were made, and mixed in Detroit at Ghetto Recorders by Jim Diamond, and captures the power and intensity of the band’s straight-up and sans revisionist blues rock sound.
This is true rock music like you haven’t heard in years. Crank it up!
|Back On It|
|No Pot To Piss|
|Swallow Me Up|
|Bridge To Nowhere|
|One More Morning|
|Fear Me Now|
|Yeah You Mama|