Buffalo Killers Let Their Psychedelic Blues Ride On Their New CD

(PR) Alive Records has announced the upcoming release from Cincinnati psychedelic blues trio, Buffalo Killers, on July 22. Finishing their run on the opening slot during the Black Crowes tour, the band recently returned to the Midwest to complete recording sessions in Akron, Ohio with producer Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys at his Akron Analog studio. Titled "Let it Ride," the 10-track album is deeply rooted in their signature 60s psychedelic and 70s blues rock inspired sound.

Drawing comparisons in sound to Blue Cheer, Cream, Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Mountain and the Allman Brothers Band, the trio released their self-titled debut to critical raves praising them and their music as "the real raw deal" (Amplifier), "well played sludgy blues-rock" (Variety) and "deftly captures the sweaty, grimy feel of the era's best-loved soul-and blues-influenced rock" (Hartford Courant). Simply said, this is as authentic as they come.

The initial pressing of the "Let it Ride" vinyl version, limited to 500 copies, will include a bonus "bootleg" live concert LP recorded in Los Angeles at the Orpheum Theatre during the Black Crowes tour by Mikey Jones, a fan that literally just taped the concert and sent the band a copy. The six-track set features a mix of songs from both their S/T debut album and "Let it Ride." Additionally, the Buffalo Killers have posted an outtake from that concert recording, their signature cover of Neil Young's "Homegrown," on their - MySpace page.

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