After their epic debut filled with wonderful voodoo blues the new album experiments on a way wider spectrum. I still like the first record better but this one has a few good songs, too, although not necessarily in the same genre. The occult American folk is now swapped with more of an outlaw country style, the only one that’s dark enough for my taste is Man of the Cross. And then there are the odd ones out, which are great just for another album, like Run with the Devil (a full-on party rock and roll track) or How Come? (can neve resist a Corey Taylor cameo).
Occult country, voodoo blues, love & death.