Editors’ Notes Incorporating blues harmonica in the spaghetti western opener “Let’s Shake Some Dust” and banjo in the gunfighting history lesson “Doc Holliday,” these Danish rockers strike a daring balance between the Wild West and modern metal on their 2013 album. They even recruit ex-Anthrax axeman Rob Caggiano to thrash through “The Hangman’s Body Count” and “Black Bart.” Imagine Danzig on a Johnny Cash bender—but with King Diamond drowning “Room 24” in Black Sabbath doom, plus a frat-rocking cover of Young the Giant’s “My Body” just for kicks.

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Let's Shake Some Dust
1
1:27
 
Pearl Hart
2
3:26
 
The Nameless One
3
3:52
 
Dead But Rising
4
3:35
 
Cape of Our Hero
5
3:48
 
Room 24 (feat. King Diamond)
6
5:06
 
The Hangman's Body Count
7
5:15
 
My Body
8
3:42
 
Lola Montez
9
4:28
 
Black Bart
10
4:49
 
Lonesome Rider (feat. Sarah Blackwood)
11
4:05
 
The Sinner Is You
12
4:16
 
Doc Holliday
13
5:46
 
Our Loved Ones
14
4:50
 
Ecotone
15
3:46
 
Evelyn (Live from Wacken 2012)
16
3:45