Mark Lanegan Band
'Blues Funeral' (album stream)
Even though he's not working with Campbell for the moment, Lanegan clearly hasn't tired of teaming up with high-profile collaborators just yet, as the album includes guest spots from Josh Homme, Greg Dulli and Jack Irons. Recorded in Hollywood with returning producer Alain Johannes (Arctic Monkeys, Them Crooked Vultures, Queens of the Stone Age), it includes grim song titles like "The Gravedigger's Song," "Bleeding Muddy Water" and "Gray Goes Black." So evidently dude hasn't got any more cheerful in the years since he released 2004's Bubblegum.
Blues Funeral will be streaming here at Exclaim.ca all week until February 6. Get absorbed in Lanegan's bleak mood below.
UPDATE: This stream is no longer available.
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