Hinds told Rolling Stone that the first disc takes his music in a surf-rock direction, while the second deals in "boozy poetry." The albums aren't out yet, but the musician is already talking about doing more.
"We're just finishing up anotherWest End Motel album, and then when [Mastodon] get back from Europe," Hinds said, "we're going back into the studio with Fiend Without a Face, and I'm going to have Brann [Dailor, Mastodon's drummer] and Jay Weinberg, Max Weinberg's kid, play on the record – have a rotating door of drummer guests. It'll be a proggy sort of album." more on this story
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