THE LORD WEIRD SLOUGH FEG - Radical Man (New limited edition LP - Rare demos and unreleased)

THE LORD WEIRD SLOUGH FEG - Radical Man (New limited edition LP - Rare demos and unreleased)



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THE LORD WEIRD SLOUGH FEG - RADICAL MAN (2024 - Nameless Grave Records).

The Lord Weird Slough Feg frontman and main songwriter Mike Scalzi has self-described the early 1990s as “the most creative, most prolific period of Slough Feg songwriting.” Nameless Grave Records is proud to announce Radical Man, a special anthology featuring some of the finest representations of that time period, including one unreleased song from 1997, six tracks that until now were exclusively available as bonus tracks on the long-out-of-print first run reissues of the band’s debut album (some re-recorded for later releases, some that will be new to any fan lacking those late 1990s/early 2000s reissues of The Lord Weird Slough Feg), and a demo version of fan-favorite “Highway Corsair.”

Compiled lovingly with special liner notes written by Scalzi himself, newly-restored cover artwork that Scalzi hand-drew in 1990 for a show, and with a showcase of a variety of lost-to-time gig posters drawn by Justin Phelps (bass / The Lord Weird Slough Feg, 1991-1996) through the 1990s, Radical Man is a must-have for both superfans of the band and for fans of the “lost years” of American heavy metal in the 1990s. It’s also the next best thing to finding a new 1990s The Lord Slough Feg sitting in a dusty crate in someone’s basement, and Nameless Grave Records could not be more excited to be able to present this to the world.

This LP version comes with a 24"x12" foldout poster insert designed by Obscure Visions.
(Highly recommended for fans of Brocas Helm, Manilla Road, and Hammers of Misfortune)