The UK’s favourite quirky metal band, Evil Scarecrow, invite you into the eye of the ‘Hurricanado’ in their new video, which can be seen below.
In support of their 2014 release ‘Galactic Hunt’, Evil Scarecrow have a few live shows just over the horizon. The aptly named ‘Road To Download’ tour begins in Manchester, second week in April and culminates at the Download Festival in the Summer.
Read a review of ‘Galactic Hunt’ here.
Novelty bands are a tricky proposition. If too heavily reliant on quick, easy laughs (as per early 90s oddballs Lawnmower Deth) any novelty is in danger of wearing off extremely fast; if played to deliberately offend (as was often the case with the early Bloodhound Gang recordings), the amusement is equally limited, perhaps even more so. It takes more than a few gags to make things work, too: broad musical talent is absolutely essential – and it’s often something a huge proportion of novelty bands lack. Just look at the Insane Clown Posse: there’s not much musical interest there…and there’s nothing insane about two middle-aged men daubed in clownface, impersonating Cypress Hill extremely badly, all the while throwing soda pop over adolescent males in some bizarre bonding ritual. They can keep their magnets. Indeed, novelty acts are an odd breed and often best avoided…but as always, there are exceptions.
Evil Scarecrow release their third album ‘Galactic Hunt’ on October 13th. Crowd-sourced via a Pledge Music campaign, early rumours suggest it is the band’s finest work to date.
UK metallers Evil Scarecrow are looking for backers for their current pledge campaign.
Funding has begun for the band’s third album, entitled ‘Galactic Hunt’. Backers can purchase the album for £12, but for fans willing to dig a little deeper, the band have extra goodies up for grabs including t-shirts, personalised answer phone messages and even the opportunity to join the band for a run of seven acoustic shows.
Full details of the campaign can be found at the below link:
The band also have a run of live dates confirmed for the rest of 2014 and a couple scheduled for early 2015: