Adrenaline Mob – Dearly Departed (EP)


When Adrenaline Mob released their latest EP Dearly Departed in February via Century Media, no-one can have foreseen that drummer A J Pero would tragically be found dead (further information here) on the tour bus in the middle of a tour the following month, and therefore the poignancy ofWhen Adrenaline Mob released their latest EP Dearly Departed in February via Century Media, no-one can have foreseen that drummer A J Pero would tragically be found dead (further information here) on the tour bus in the middle of a tour the following month, and therefore the poignancy of the title Dearly Departed. Adrenaline Mob released Men Of Honor in February 2014 experiencing some setbacks to their touring schedule when a crash destroyed their gear and van, but luckily no one was seriously injured. Then in August 2014 they had a line up change with Erik Lionhardt replacing John Moyer on bass. This did, however, give the band time to work on Dearly Departed which like, Men Of Honor, was recorded by their guitarist, Mike Orlando, at his own Sonic Stomp Studios. Featuring nine tracks including new covers, acoustic renditions of tracks from ‘Men of Honor’ and ‘Omerta’ their debut album, plus a previously unreleased song recorded during the ‘Men of Honor’ sessions and an edit of the song Dearly Departed which gives the EP it’s title and must, surely, now become a tribute to the late A J Pero. The first track Snortin’ Whiskey is a cover of the Pat […]

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