2022 release. Oh wow! It's time to put on your pirate hat and inflate your rubber ducks, because the world-famous Pirate Metal Drinking Crew Alestorm, have just set sail on a new voyage with their seventh studio album, Seventh Rum of a Seventh Rum! The band spent two years during the lockdown going insane and frantically dredging up the craziest pirate metal anthems from their treasure chest of ideas, and have created the most epic and serious (yes, serious) sounding Alestorm album you've ever heard. From the symphonic choir-powered "Magellan's Expedition" which tells the tale of Ferdinand Magellan's historical circumnavigation of the earth in 1522, to the rousing anthem "Under Blackened Banners" which features intense technical riffing and exquisite solo duels, "Seventh Rum of a Seventh Rum" is a real throwback to the early days of "Captain Morgan's Revenge". But fans of the modern Alestorm sound need not worry either - there's plenty of party mood in the aptly-named future hit song "P.A.R.T.Y.", and the high speed insane folk metal banger "Cannonball" has the most ridiculous and offensive lyrics you've ever heard in a pirate metal song (it makes "Fucked With an Anchor" sound tame).
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Two CDs + Blu-ray edition. On Wednesday September 29, 2021 - the year of the band's 20th Anniversary - Kentucky's favorite sons, Black Stone Cherry, realized their childhood dream of playing at the legendary Royal Albert Hall, London. And they don't disappoint as they open with the explosive "Me and Mary Jane." From clubs to arenas and Festival headline performances, no one puts on the kind of show that these boys do. They tear through an impressive back catalog, playing songs from their most recent studio album The Human Condition through to their biggest hits and fan favorites. The band have always belonged to the fans and vice versa, which is why when you hear those songs emanate from the stage and then sung back, every fan in the world can close their eyes and remember either being there or imagine being there and the sheer joy and pride in the boys for realizing a dream. On the Blu-ray, the live footage is dotted with behind-the-scenes interviews, fly on the wall footage and archival insights into the band as kids first starting out, snippets of their first ever UK tour and heartfelt moments of reflection. But ultimately Live From The Royal Albert Hall... Y'All was about bringing rock 'n' roll to London, Kentucky style, and they tore the roof off that mother.