Live in Bochum
First of all: this is NOT a live album... After the succes of the previous two albums 'Kings of Dirt' and 'Threesevennine', Beavershot took the 'nothern way south' again to visit the infamous Studio 195 to record 'Live in Bochum' together with producer Patrick Delabie. Their mission was simple: to record an album more dirty, meaner and even louder than the previous two. Did they succeed? Hell yeah! 'Live in Bochum' contains twelve songs of kickass rawk'n'roll, taking you on a rollercoaster ride together with Zeke, Supersuckers and Nashville Pussy. Add a little bit Skynyrd to it and the typical swamp sound of the Dutch lowlands and then you'll know it: this is what you needed all your life! The album title comes from a short but wild European tour Beavershot did with The White Barons from San Fransisco, which also was the inspiration for the opening song 'Barons Head'. Just listen to the lyrics and you'll get an idea about what happened over there in Bochum...