Junkyard release teaser track “Cut From The Same Cloth” from upcoming new album

Junkyard release teaser track “Cut From The Same Cloth” from upcoming new album

Junkyard have just released a teaser track entitled “Cut From The Same Cloth” from their upcoming new studio album High Water, which will be released via Acetate Records on April 21, 2017.

Acetate Records‘ press release via Facebook today states:

“Pre-sale starts today for Junkyard‘s “High Water”! Only 500 copies of killer Limited Edition CD Gatefold cover, numbered and signed by members Junkyard, available exclusively though the Acetate website. Includes 5 bonus tracks! In stores April 21 – Pre-sales ship mid-April – Get some here http://www.acetate.com/

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Junkyard‘s performance at the Rock N Skull Festival on October 30, 2016: “One band that I was really looking forward to seeing play live was Junkyard. They play the kind of grittier type of rock n’ roll that I prefer and I had heard that they put on a strong live performance. Junkyard didn’t disappoint starting strong out of the gate and never letting up. Although I recognized most of the songs, naming them is a real challenge. After years and years of seeing the band members’ pictures, it was neat to finally see them in the flesh. They all pretty much looked exactly the same except for one of the guitarists who had a huge old school 1800s moustache and beard with nothing on his chin. I am not sure what it is called. It’s hard to describe so you might as well just take a look for yourself. I even tried turning to Google to identify the kind of moustache it was before realizing that there are way too many types of moustaches out there. I assumed the guitarist with the very retro moustache was Brian Baker, but as it turns out, Junkyard advised me that Baker could not make it and the latter was replaced by guitarist Jimmy James. In any case, James just seemed a little out of place with his big facial hair. Nevertheless, Junkyard‘s trademark punkish sleazy type rock n’ roll was on full display.”

Junkyard‘s “Cut From The Same Cloth” song:

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