'68 "Two Parts Viper"

Interestingly enough, Josh Scogin is still pumping out records, and '68's latest installment is more of the reckless brash onslaught of big sludge riffage and blues-esque folk inspired wailing, with big southern theme making a bold impression on the alternative aggression. Tracks like "The Workers Are Few" show leaps in development since Scogin's debut in Luti-Kris many moons ago. But the attitude, and punk elements of careless and abrasive delivery of really passionate music making is still there after so many years. For those who thought The Chariot was Scogin's biggest accomplishment, think again. 

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