Fresh off this year's split with Windhand, riffy bell-bottomed badasses Satan's Satyrs return with a slinky and sexy new track called "She Beast" from their new LP The Lucky Ones, due via Riding Easy on October 19th. (You can pre-order your copy here.) Bassist/vocalist Clayton Burgess (who, until recently, split his time with Electric Wizard) boldly claims that the song "doesn't sound like anything else happening right now. The band has its own unique idiosyncratic sound" — and we'll be damned if he isn't right. Rooted in a glammy early Seventies rock sound, "She Beast" is the sort of head-nodding cut that you'd expect to hear blaring out of a muscle car, with a beautiful feathered-hair couple taking the front seats, or at your neighborhood strip club right after Danzig's "She Rides." Stream it below for the first time, but don't blame us if you get all hot and bothered.
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