This is a cover of a song by the band Death (the one from Detroit), whose incredible and inspiring story is told in a movie called "A Band Called Death". You can find out more about what those guys are up to at: deathfromdetroit.com
Tracked May 18th, 2015 by Toshi Kasai at the same session for the album the Art of Murder. Mixing was done at Sound of Sirens between June 12th- July 28th. 2015 by Toshi Kasai.
We love this cover, but it didn't fit with the record at all, so we sat on it until we (well, Conan) forgot about it completely. Oh! I just remembered, through a strange set of circumstances that only be described as "borderline delusional" Tony and Conan became obsessed with the idea of David Lee Roth of Van Halen not just singing a song with us, but singing this one. It isn't as far fetched as you would imagine as we had a solid "in" with Diamond Dave, Los Angeles is a hell of a place, and it's a kick ass song.
David Lee Roth singing a Death cover with us, can you imagine?
Well, keep imagining because that's Conan singing it instead. Sorry.
Zach Hench made the "tribute" style artwork in the style of the excellent record "...for the Whole World To See" on Drag City. Catalog #toocoolfordownloadcodes
All of this is done with nothing but the most love and respect to the Hackney brothers and all involved and a gentle reminder for all of us to Keep On Knocking, you never know who might be listening.