Maylene and the Sons of Disaster Premiere, Discuss Album’s Fourth Track, “Open Your Eyes”

Check out this video of Maylene and the Sons of Disaster discussing “Open Your Eyes,” the fourth track off the band’s upcoming album, IV (Ferret). Stay tuned to Revolvermag.com as we’ll be bringing you videos of the band giving the background to each song on the record, leading up to its release on September 27. Check back soon for the next one.

 

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  • Guest

    Not that the band even cares what I think or my opinion matters, but I’m not sure I like the new “sound” they are going for.  It’s beginning to sound like everything else that is out there…  I don’t like it.  The unique southern metal sound from the other three albums is what hooked me in the beginning.  More yelling and screaming, less singing.  I pre-ordered IV on iTunes a month ago with high hopes.  I think I might regret it.    

  • Guest

    Not that the band even cares what I think or my opinion matters, but I’m not sure I like the new “sound” they are going for.  It’s beginning to sound like everything else that is out there…  I don’t like it.  The unique southern metal sound from the other three albums is what hooked me in the beginning.  More yelling and screaming, less singing.  I pre-ordered IV on iTunes a month ago with high hopes.  I think I might regret it.    

  • SPuckett36

    I love this band, but this sounds like garbage.

  • III

    This sounds like shit!

  • III

    This sounds like shit!

  • III

    This sounds like shit!

  • Ryang444

    i love maylene and i loved listen close and even open your eyes when i heard it, but after hearing all this i was shocked… i expected them to soften up but i thought if they got softer it would at least sound like hard southern rock and roll. i kno Dallas and the boys worked hard on this album but i miss that hard southern bluesie grit. i hope the new producer didnt try to change their sound. lets pray the rest of the songs have more of a rebel yell