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The White Buffalo Release Exclusive Vinyl Edition of “Love and the Death of Damnation”

THE WHITE BUFFALO  (a.k.a. Jake Smith) has unveiled the vinyl edition of his new album, ‘Love and the Death of Damnation’, due for  release on February 12th 2016, which features a bonus 7″ vinyl with three extra tracks exclusive to the European physical editions.

THE WHITE BUFFALO is probably best known for his numerous song placements in the TV series Sons of Anarchy, including the series finale song Come Join the Murder”, which was co-written with series producer Kurt Sutter and was nominated for an Emmy for “Outstanding Music and Lyrics” earlier this year.

Straddling the blurry lines of country, rock, folk and Americana, with poignant narratives as dark and deadly as a drug deal gone south with big, bold anthems of love, the strength to survive and a rebel-like resilience, Smith can strip a story down into raw emotion.

Watch Jake Smith as he talks bowling, burritos and baseball in the captivating and revealing docuseries “Ernie Ball PresentsCapturing The White Buffalo” at http://bit.ly/1ORYU2f and check out the single, ‘I Got You’ ,  a duet with Audra Mae, here:  https://soundcloud.com/earacherecords/i-got-you-radio-edit/s-abyv5

‘Love and the Death of Damnation’ is available to pre-order now on vinyl and CD, with a very limited number of special signed editions up for grabs. Reserve your copy now while stocks last at http://www.earache.com/twb

About RJ Frometa

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