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  1. Dec 25,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Night Horse - Perdition Hymns at Discogs. Complete your Night Horse collection/5(14).
  2. Mar 29,  · Perdition Hymns is a patent demonstration of a group that has quickly become a well-refined song-writing machine. The band has chiseled the six-minute jam style of their debut into hook-laden gems with riff driven catchiness and soaring melodies that stick.5/5(5).
  3. Perdition Hymns, an album by Night Horse on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Aug 03,  · Night Horse also explore the slower side of Southern rock with “Black Cloud” and “Same Old Blues,” a pair of slower jams that show off the band's bluesy side with an impression of old-school blues-rock that may not be quite as on the money as the Black Released on: August 03,
  5. For a new band in a musical climate inundated with reunions and persistent old-timers, getting 'classic' rock right is no easy task. Where so many others have failed, Night Horse is intent on reviving this somewhat over-exploited field with their second release, Perdition Hymns. It is unusual for a meat'n'potatoes rock band to have such a pretentious album moniker.5/
  6. On their debut, Dark Won’t Hide You, Night Horse established themselves as one of the new kids in the world of hard rock, adding a modern growl to the classic boogie rock sounds of bands like ZZ Top and the Allman Brothers Band to become a hard-edged throwback to a more straight-ahead period in rock & roll. On their follow-up, Perdition Hymns, the band has added a new element to that formula 7/
  7. Night Horse - Perdition Hymns. 0 minute read. Posted by Sean Cunningham Published. Thumping bass, chunky guitars, a Hammond organ, rolling drums and vocals that ooze power; 'Black Cloud' is the pick with its slow southern rock and echoes of Lynyrd Skynyrd.
  8. Night Horse has a sound that circulates amongst a series of hard rock precedents, from the opening blues riff à la ZZ Top, to the chorus that smacks of Mötorhead, to the second song's guitar solo Author: Scott Branson.

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