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Inter Arma covers album

Posted by Loren on May 16, 2020

Inter Arma covers album
Inter Arma - Garbers Days Revisited

Richmond, VA's Inter Arma are mixing up their discography this summer with a new 8-song covers album that takes on a range of styles, including covers of Prince, Nine Inch Nails, Hüsker Dü, and more.

Garbers Days Revisited will release on July 10 on CD, vinylp, and digital formats on Relapse Records and follows last year's Sulphur English.

Here's their take on "Southern Man," originally by Neil Young:

Garbers Days Revisited Track list:

1. Scarecrow (Ministry)
2. Southern Man (Neil Young)
3. Hard Times (Cro-Mags)
4. March Of The Pigs (Nine Inch Nails)
5. The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill (Hüsker Dü)
6. In League With Satan (Venom)
7. Runnin Down A Dream (Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers)
8. Purple Rain (Prince)

Inter Arma covers album
Inter Arma - Garbers Days Revisited

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