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Skull Worship Is Released!


The Warlocks new album Skull Worship comes out this week all around the world. Uncut gave us 7/10, Q gave us 3 stars & Mojo 6/10. Listen to the Sound Opinions review below who say its “one of the most exciting records of the year”. We would like to thank these entities for taking the time to review us. Hopefully a tour is on the horizon, you just never know. Greg Kot and Jim DeRogatis show on National Public Radio/NPR


December 03 2013
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Mojo, Uncut & Q Magazine


Mojo, Uncut & Q Magazine are going to review The Warlocks new album Skull Worship. How cool! Look for that in the upcoming issues. We thank these magazines for supporting us. You can judge for yourself and preorder it now on Itunes, Amazon or directly from Cargo Records. MP3, CD & Vinyl. http://bitly.com/bundles/cargorecords/1


October 25 2013
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PRESALE IT NOW BABY!


Here is the presale link to The Warlocks new album Skull Worship. Dont jack it! Buy it! Show your support and it will boomerang back to you with live gigs and love. We can not do it with out you! 3000 plays in one week cant be wrong! PRE-ORDER THE NEW ALBUM ON APPLE HERE


October 19 2013
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THE WARLOCKS RELEASE SKULL WORSHIP ON NOVEMBER 26, 2013


THE WARLOCKS RELEASE SKULL WORSHIP ON NOVEMBER 26, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 8, 2013

THE WARLOCKS RELEASE SKULL WORSHIP ON NOVEMBER 26, 2013
“Dead Generation” featured on Blurtonline.com: http://blurtonline.com/news/listen-new-warlocks-track-lament-dead-generation/
“Some bands play chords, but the so-far-unstoppable Warlocks play clouds—songs that swirl around you like smoke and probably leave a little haze in your head, too.” 
- LA WEEKLY

The Warlocks release their first new album in 5 years, Skull Worship on November 26, 2013 through Zap Banana (Cargo Distribution). Stream and share “Dead Generation” at https://soundcloud.com/the-warlocks/dead-generation

Recorded over a 2 year period, Skull Worship is the Los Angeles-based band’s eighth album. The Warlocks construct a dense, more elaborate web of sound, layers of distortion and the occasional synth a la Silver Apples and Red Crayola. “Silver & Plastic” expands the band’s oeuvre into acoustic territory recalling T Rex. Other songs like “Endless Drops” turn to Hawkwind, Neu! and experimental rock for inspiration.

“Not everything fits perfectly on this record,” describes singer Bobby Hecksher. “There are loose parts, fragmented sections and then it rocks all together. It’s not perfectly polished like a lot of records out there. More like an expression of moments in time that drip together like a strange dream.” Bobby continues, “I consider Skull Worship the final musical piece of the trilogy which started with Heavy Deavy Skull Lover, then The Mirror Explodes and now Skull Worship. They are all suppose to be connected with similar cord changes and fragmented weirdness.”

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October 08 2013
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