Full Album Stream: Broughton’s Rules – Bounty Hunter 1853
Posted by Reggie
If you missed Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s Broughton’s Rules, let me fill you in a little bit. I missed them too, so don’t worry. Let’s learn about them together. First, they are an instrumental band picked up by Relapse Records. We received an email telling us they have just entered the studio to record their second full-length album. Great, but I never heard the first one. Lucky for us (and now you) there was a link to an album stream where we can all check it out. The email noted that the new album should be out in the autumn and was described as “appropriate music to listen to while sipping herbal tea during the apocalypse.” Personally, I was looking for such a band for such an event and now I have found them.
Bounty Hunter 1853 is the name of the stream in question today. It was released in November 2010 and you can stream it below and follow the links as necessary. From my standpoint, I enjoy instrumental music. Broughton’s Rules falls along the lines of alt, indie, and atmospheric rock; perfect for tea the end of the world. I think you know you have done instrumental music right when each song tells a story. Check it out for yourself.
*note – there are some vocals.
About ReggieJust a dude writing a heavy metal blog and always on the prowl for a cool metal show. I am also a family man...first and foremost!
Posted on June 13, 2014, in Tales From Bandcamp & Full Album Streams and tagged Alt Rock, Atmospheric Metal, bandcamp, Bounty Hunter 1853, Broughton's Rules, Indie Rock. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.