THE ELECTRIC MUD – Florida Stoner/Retro Rock Unit To Release Black Wool EP September 25th, New Track Streaming + Tour Dates Announced


(Photo by Jesi Cason Photography)

Florida-based stoner/retro rock unit THE ELECTRIC MUD returned to the studio earlier this year to record their brand new EP, Black Wool, now completed and confirmed for release on September 25th. 

Captured at Farmadelica Sound in Bokeelia, Florida with tracking, mixing, and mastering done by Howard Wulkan, the EP represents a heavier and proggier turn for the band with a pair of new, original tracks as well as a homage to the seedy, sordid Sunshine State bar circuit where they cut their teeth with covers of Corrosion Of Conformity and The Allman Brothers Band.  

In advance of the release of Black Wool, today the band is streaming EP opener, “Ordinary Men,” noting of the track, “Opening the EP is ‘Ordinary Men,’ a rollicking slab of riffs and grooves that takes us through some of our heaviest and most intricate paces to date, alongside lyrics that implore the listener to make the most of the time they’re given.”  

Stream “Ordinary Men” at THIS LOCATION.

THE ELECTRIC MUD’s Black Wool will be released independently on CD and digitally. Find preorders at THIS LOCATION and additional merch options HERE.

Black Wool EP Track Listing: 

1. Ordinary Men

2. Black Wool

3. Albatross (Corrosion Of Conformity cover)

4. Whipping Post (The Allman Brothers Band cover)

In conjunction with the release of Black WoolTHE ELECTRIC MUD will kick off a near-two week run of live dates beginning September 25th in Cape Coral, Florida. See all confirmed dates below.  


Source: EARSPLIT PR

LONG LIVE THE ELECTRIC MUD.

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