21:30 | Micah P. Hinson and the Musicians of the Apocalypse will release their new album 'When I Shoot At You With Arrows, I Will Shoot To Destroy You' through Full Time Hobby on 26th October. Recorded in 24 hours somewhere in East Texas, the new album is the follow up to last year's universally-lauded 'Micah P. Hinson Presents the Holy Strangers'.
"There is a cathedral in the town of Santiago de Compostela," explains Micah. "It is said to be the final resting place of St. James. Going back through history, pilgrims have been trekking to, and from, the cathedral for years, wanting to find peace, solace, and hope in their steps along the walk from France- into Spain- within the ancient Basque Country. Once inside the grand doors of this cathedral is a statue. A man named Master Mateo took it upon himself to carve it from stone in the 12th century. It is of St. James, surrounded by 24 musicians- seemingly trapped in stone of the ages- their ancient instruments in hand: some tuning, some looking, some simply sitting and waiting. They have been waiting patiently for over 800 years- waiting for St. James to lift his hands and begin to conduct them. They are The Musicians of The Apocalypse. They will bring Hell and Heaven to Earth. They will bring The Apocalypse."
00:00 | And they spoke in anthems (BE), is the band off fulltime melancholic Arne Leurentop, a Belgian singer-songwroter who gained much acclaim with his debut-LP 'June'. Belgian newspapers – De Standaard, De Morgen en RifRaf - praised the album: "For now: the best Belgian record around", "Nice debut" and "Wonderful, this colourful, beautifully layered album."
Today, 5-years-later, Leurentop has a new record ready. Finally! It's called 'Money Time'.