New 7″ from Shooting Guns is pressed, done and in our possession! The Official release date for “Barnburner” is July 14th, but we are going to let a few out before then to our loyal mail order customers.
Test Press – Limited to 20 Hand Numbered, Stamped Labels and Record Sleeves – $20
Clear – Limited to 75 Hand Numbered with Riding Easy Stamp on record sleeve —-$10
Purple – Limited to 100 —$7
Black – Limited to 300 —$6
We’ll have second pressing Wolfcop soundtrack vinyl on clear limited to 100 copies in the next couple of weeks too!
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Hailing from Saskatoon, SK, in the heart of the Canadian prairies, JUNO and Polaris Prize award nominees Shooting Guns are hard at work fortifying the heavy end of the psychedelic spectrum, haunting the foggy moor between Sabbath-styled doom riffery and heavy pulse-riding kraut-rock.
Shooting Guns scored the soundtrack to Canadian horror-comedy WolfCop and released the official soundtrack in 2014 in partnership with One Way Static, RidingEasy Records, and Cinecoup. Their sophomore LP, Brotherhood of the Ram, released in 2013 through RidingEasy Records was nominated for the 2015 JUNO Metal/Hard Album of the Year as well as the Polaris Music Prize. Their debut LP, Born To Deal in Magic: 1952-1976, was also nominated for the Polaris Music Prize in 2012.