Limited to 500 copies on Heavyweight Black vinyl housed in a gatefold jacket.
Each copy autographed by William DuVall on the front of the gatefold jacket.
Each copy inkjet numbered 1-500 on the back of the gatefold jacket.
Each copy of this edition features the “Made in the UK” designation on the back of the gatefold jacket.
This new CD edition is limited to 1,000 copies manufactured in the UK.
The disc is housed in a 6-panel fold-out digipack package featuring the “Made in the UK” designation on the back.
“One Alone,” the debut solo LP from Alice In Chains lead singer/guitarist, William DuVall, is a smoldering all-acoustic affair, a late-night meditation on heartbreak, triumph, and hard-won lessons. This recording is as intimate as it gets, like a private living room concert. It’s the perfect contrast to Alice In Chains’s recent UK arena tour in May of this year.
“After three albums and numerous world tours with Alice In Chains, as well as creating the Giraffe Tongue Orchestra album (w/ Brent Hinds of Mastodon and Ben Weinman of The Dillinger Escape Plan), and, of course, my catalog of albums and tours with Comes With The Fall, I felt the need to peel everything back to the bare bones. This album is strictly one voice, one guitar. It reveals the very core of who I am as a singer, guitarist, and songwriter.” - William DuVall
VINYL LP Tracklisting:
1. ’Til The Light Guides Me Home
2. The Veil Of All My Fears
3. The 3 Wishes
4. Strung Out On A Dream
5. White Hot
6. Still Got A Hold On My Heart
7. Smoke And Mirrors
8. So Cruel
9. Chains Around My Heart
10. No Need To Wonder
Vinyl LP comes with download card.
Very Fried Artists
Release Date: 15/05/2020
Put together by JJ Watt from The Main Grains, the band also features Dennis Post (Warrior Soul, Flush The Fashion) and Berty Burton (Tigertailz) & Dave Sanders (Falling Red).
‘Things That Never Were’ is debut album which was produced by the band themselves and mastered by Wildhearts and Professionals producer Dave Draper. Featuring guest appearances by Kory Clarke (Warrior Soul) and Tracii Guns (LA Guns), as well as Billy Tee and Alex Holmes (The Suicide Notes).
“The album is mainly a selection of songs I had in various stage of demo, including a couple that were planned for use with The Main Grains, one was a live staple of our show, and a few new tracks. It seemed like a great idea to get them recorded, and, things grew from there. Lyrically, its mainly a commentary on things we see in the world, feelings, and, self-reflection, but, hopefully it translates in a way that can speak to different people in different ways.
Press Quotes"The bands opening offering is the Boombastic single ‘Best Of You’. The cut resonates like 70’s Punk and 90’s Rock cracking skulls in the New Wave disco at the bottom of MTV street. The sneering riff slices the ears before the untipped rasping and gasping vocals creep up on you like a Tyson Fury kidney punch." - Guy Shankland, OriginalRock.net
Cargo Records UK
American Laundromat Records
Release Date: 14/08/2020
Tanya Donelly covers some of her favorite songs by The Go Go’s, Leonard Cohen, Kirsty MacColl, Split Enz, Linda Ronstadt, The Pretenders, Wings, Echo & The Bunnymen, and Mary Margaret O’Hara on this outstanding new album.
"When Joe from American Laundromat asked if I’d be interested in doing a covers album, I was hesitant, mainly because most of the songs I truly love are already perfect in their original form.
But then I had the idea to ask the brilliant Parkington Sisters to be the band for this project, to bring their gorgeous sound and spirit, and make it something cohesive and centered. Happily, they said yes. So I chose a handful of songs that have been on heavy rotation in my head and heart from the first time I heard them, and the Sisters took over.
They charted and plotted and arranged, and I joined Rose and Sarah and Ariel recording at Jon Evans’ Brick Hill Studio in Orleans MA, with guest players Matthias Bossi and Jon Evans (who also engineered).
Lydia P put down some cello later, and I recorded additional vocals at Q Division Studios in Somerville MA, with James Bridges engineering. These are some of the most honest, moving, beautiful, unfiltered, true and cool songs that have ever been written, in my opinion. And those same adjectives apply to the Parkington Sisters as well." -Tanya
1. Automatic (Go Go’s cover)
2. Dance Me To The End Of Love (Leonard Cohen cover)
3. Days (Kirsty MacColl cover)
4. Ocean Rain (Echo & The Bunnymen cover)
5. Let Me Roll It (Wings cover)
6. Kid (Pretenders cover)
7. Different Drum (Linda Ronstadt cover)
8. Devil You Know (Split Enz cover)
9. You Will Be Loved Again (Mary Margaret O’Hara cover)