Rustmonster releases The Flight of the Filthy Vicar

Pirate-core band RUSTMONSTER has released their second album, The Flight of the Filthy Vicar, to the great delight of fans of their first offering, the brilliant concept-album  Last Voyage of the Black Betty.  The jazz-funk/beat poetry jam “The Young Sea Officer’s Sheet Anchor” from the earlier release is one of my very favorites of the genre.

What would Caribbean pirates sing if they were alive today? The Flight of the Filthy Vicar is the definitive example of classic pirate music dragged, kicking and screaming, into the modern age. From the tribal beating-to-death of garbage cans and other invented percussion instruments to funky rhythm guitar and accordion solos, if you are a pirate fan, you will not be disappointed.

Click on the image and turn up your speakers to enjoy their rendering of “Bully in the Alley” from the new album, then swagger (or stagger) over to CD BABY to buy the whole bloody thing.

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