The Ghost Wolves – “In Ya Neck” – Reissue REVIEW

The Ghost Wolves - In Ya Neck LP

When it comes to rock n roll, you don’t really need a whole lot of ingredients. Vocals, guitar and drums. These are things many people can do. When you do good though, that’s when the magic happens. The Ghost Wolves do it real good. In Ya Neck is more than enough proof.

There’s more guitar/drum duos in rock than full member bands these days. There’s just something primitive and satisfying about seeing two people do what some groups can’t. This Austin Texas duo features all the distorted thump of The White Stripes along with all the hip swagger of The Black Keys, but instead of riding on a gimmick of skinny jeans and archaic vibes, they actually deliver!

In Ya Neck was previously a six song proving ground of swampy hooks and garage anthems. Sadly, it could reach only so many people no thanks to it’s 500 copies. Fear not, the good folks at Romanus Records got us covered. They have pulled out all the stops for a vinyl reissue of In Ya Neck like no other label could!

All 6 blistering rock n roll tracks are here in all their glory, but now entirely on one side giving room for a delicious bonus side. Live tracks, rarities, and previously release cuts make up the bonus B side, giving the phrase more hollar for your dollar a whole new meaning!

If that wasn’t enough, Romanus Records are offering up a vinyl variant so deadly, it should have a warning label! In Ya Neck ‘Dangerous’ variant is filled with gun powder and glow-in-the-dark razor blades! Why? Well why not!? If you’re feeling a bit more suburban, there is the gorgeous splatter and trippy nebula variants. No matter which variant you choose, you’ve chosen wisely.

If you’re into the gnarly thump of blues-based garage rock duos, In Ya Neck is a killer addition to your vinyl library!

The Ghost Wolves - In Ya Neck

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To purchase In Ya Neck deluxe reissue, head over to Romanus Records

 

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