Brother Dege How To Kill A Horse (White)

Release date:
October 20, 2023
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Gatefold LP (Limited. White vinyl). Recorded at night in an empty warehouse (while he worked at a men's homeless shelter during the day), Brother Dege's second album "How to Kill a Horse" is a tour de force artwork that ranges from barn burners to ancient Delta meditations to Babylonian junkyard jams that explore the dark underbelly of what it is to be a man in the modern world. Influences include: Ernest Hemingway, Joseph Conrad, Ry Cooder, Norman Mailer, Henry Miller, Sonic Youth, Black Sabbath, Blind Willie Johnson, Einst├╝rzende Neubauten, Jackson Pollock and Don Quixote. Like Hemingway at his finest, "How to Kill a Horse" goes deep into the prison rodeo of man's heart, confronting the darker, flawed side of the self while going full-aggro in the existential blast furnace of the modern world, wrestling with men's roles as providers, protectors, partners, lovers, warriors, peacekeepers, whatever. "How to Kill a Horse" is a massive shot across the bow to riff heads, songwriters, and Americana enthusiasts around the world. It's a game changer that launches the whole mess of roots music out of the vinyl dustbins and into the 21st century.

  • 1. The Black Sea
  • 2. The Darker Side of Me
  • 3. How to Kill a Horse
  • 4. Judgment Day
  • 5. O'Dark30
  • 6. Poor Momma Child
  • 7. Wehyah
  • 8. Crazy Motherfucker
  • 9. The River
  • 10. Last Man Out of Babylon

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