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The Pine Box Boys: The Feast Of Three Arms By Bay Area Horrorbilly/Bluegrass Bandits Album Out This Week

This week, San Francisco’s horrorbilly/bluegrass bandits THE PINE BOX BOYS will issue their fifth full-length The Feast Of Three Arms. Ahead of its officially-declared street date, the band now serenades the public with the ill-omened wares of the album through an exclusive stream at Metal Underground.
Over the course of four prior albums, San Francisco’s THE PINE BOX BOYS have charted the course of a killer named Willie who, accompanied by a rogue’s gallery of other nefarious types, slashed a bloody career across the south and westward to the territories. On their fifth album, The Feast Of Three Arms, the murder balladeers introduce us to Willie’s cousin, Jubal with No Last Name, and his quest to kill the man that did his mama wrong. This detailed tail is delivered through seventeen movements, with Raww leading each ballad with a spoken oration, setting the scene for each subsequent musical segment of this ominious tale to unfold. Recorded at Coast Recording and mixed at Discrete Recording, both in San Francisco, the album features guest fiddle by Alisa Rose and keys by Nigel Pavao, and artwork by Tabitha “Stabitha” Lahr.
THE PINE BOX BOYS have also posted several new live performances surrounding the release of The Feast Of Three Arms, including a hometown record release show for the album at San Francisco’s The Elbo Room on November 4th. Additional gigs include a show this Saturday, October 5th in Sacramento, October 29th in McKinleyville, and November 5th in Oakdale, with additional outings being plotted.
10/29/2016 Six Rivers Brewery – McKinleyville, CA
11/04/2016 The Elbo Room – San Francisco, CA *Record Release Show
11/05/2016 Knights Ferry General Store Saloon and Grill – Oakdale, CA

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