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Track listing
  1. Cruise Control
  2. Sacred Mist
  3. Bitter Rose
  4. Bigfoot '69
  5. In the Grass
  6. Shaving the Angel
  7. Supermodified

Shaving the Angel CD

Released May 2007

Goddamn the Midnite Snake. Like a bat out of hell, heavy psych-metal stalwarts the Midnite Snake, nee the Midnite Fucking Snake, are back with a sophomore release that might just erupt Mount Olympus.

The trio from Pittsburgh, armed with America's greatest drummer Modey Lemon Paul Quattrone, bring forth a new metal: Dark, sweet, intense, and sophisticated. This new slab of digital drudgery presents songs that are longer and deeper than anything the Snake has done before, still with the richness of a dark and deathly metal, but now with layers of wandering prowess, like a lost soul in Young Goodman Brown's devil-riding forest, looking for his Faith to rest his head upon. But there is none to be found. Instrumental intensity that would make a late-era Coltrane AND a new era Acid Mother's Temple want to get back t on the road again, just so they could check the band out night after night and steal all of their secrets. Evil like the naked masked-covered ritual sacrifice on the cover.

Shaving the Angel is bigger and more powerful than their debut -- intense, complex, sexually bombastic metallic rock and roll -- with a hint of forest acoustic darkness breaking through the wall of evil whiteness that does indeed Shave The Angel. Modey Lemon drum king Paul Quattrone unleashes a beat that frees guitar god Alexei Plotnicov from the brimstone of Pittsburgh, riffing hard in heaven with Hendrix. This record plays loud at a soft volume, and is sure to cement their place in the hearts and souls of all the stoned rockers foreverrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.