Guest Contributor: Michael Dallas Miller
Get Busy Dying, the debut record from used-to-do-the-punk-thing rockers Tin Horn Prayer, could be described as something else besides a beer-soaked mashing of unlikely styles, a sloppy-mud-mashing folking good time, or a cursing swing of amplified country. But it won’t let you do so, because that is what the album truly is. It is a record that wants to kick your desk speakers in the head and transform your room, your ear-phone meanderings, and your daily commute into a Friday night at the dirtiest bar you know. Then, Tin Horn Prayer wants to destroy that bar in a flurry of fuzzed-out blues guitar, brawling vocals, half-angry riffs that lead into pure folk-punk aggression, just to leave you stumbling and wishing for one more beer and one more encore.
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