The Hellroys (from the album Hellroys is Real available on No Soul Sounds)
Life got you down? The weight of the world becoming a soul crushing grind? Pull up a stool and enjoy the band on stage as The Hellroys bring wrong-turn romeos, good old boys making bad decisions, and a cast of fringe-dewellers kicking at the rug on their recent release, Hellroys is Real. The Hellroys raise spirits as they seek a salvation of earthly delights (“Snake Handling Man”), gun the engine on four-wheel mistakes (“My Truck is Loud”), cruise with a little white line blue humor (“You Gave Me a Semi”), and offer parental advice (“My Kids Are Getting to Big (for me to hit)”.
Hellroys is Realplugs in a rock’n’roll country guitar riff for the instant karma promises of “Don’t Think I Won’t” and strums up a front porch Folk that hits the honky tonky dance floor with the confessions of “Drink Drunk Enough”. The Hellroys sing of true tongue-in-cheeks moments as they welcome space travelers in “Anal Alien” while the boys in the band list their daily prescription medication regimen, proudly walking a straight line, using the rattle of pills for an inner-rhythm swearing “I Don’t Do No Drugs” as Hellroys is Realborrows a tune from Steve Earle for The Hellroys version of “Devil’s Right Hand”.
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