Shaman’s Harvest have premiered a new song titled “Pretty People.” This track features Sevendust’s Clint Lowery and it will appear on the band’s new album “Rebelator,” which is set to be released on March 11. Nathan Hunt commented:
“Clint and I have been threatening collaboration for a long time now. Shamans has been a fan of his work since the band’s inception, so you can imagine there being nerves going in, but it felt like writing with a band mate. We both belong to the same tribe of Lumbee that hail from Pembroke, a place where ya can’t throw a stone without hitting a Lowery or a Hunt, so we’d talk about family ties and occasionally lay down a part. He came in with a fantastic slinky riff and a theme I got behind immediately and we were off writing. The melody feels carnal and gritty. It’s a Shaman’s Harvest tune with a twist. I’m stoked for the world to hear a rock song a couple of old Lumbee dudes wrote in an afternoon in St. Louis.”
Shaman’s Harvest have premiered a new song titled “Under Your Skin.” This track is from the band’s new album “Rebelator,” which will be released on March 11.
Vocalist Nathan Hunt commented:
“‘Under Your Skin’ is a vibrant new track with pulsing guitars pushing forward the energy of the track. ‘Under Your Skin’ slams with a four on the floor, high energy, heavy riff that has just enough spooky vibes to fit with a Halloween release. We aspire to have anyone hearing the song bangin’ their head by the second measure.”
Guitarist Josh Hamler added:
“’Under Your Skin’ is a song that’s relentlessly coming for ya. From the massive guitar riffs to the thunderous drums and melodic vocal hook, it leaves no doubt…This one Slams!”
Shaman’s Harvest have premiered a new video for their new song “Voices.” This track is expected to appear on the band’s upcoming album.
Nathan Hunt commented:
“’Voices,’ mostly was one of the songs written in the small hours of the morning. After exhausting and frustratingly scrapping an idea for a different tune, Voices just came organically. The melody effortlessly wormed its way into the song. Then we had a choice. Whether to make it a verse chorus bridge a/b/c type song or to make it more of an epic linear style complete with guitar solo. We chose the latter, and brought in some group vocals backed by a stomp clap groove that gives the song an anthem feel the album needed.”
Josh Hamler added:
“’Voices’ is a song that blends dark and light. From the somber verses to the lifted anthemic choruses, it captures the full spectrum of emotion brought on by your own worst enemy… yourself.”
Shaman’s Harvest have premiered a new song titled “Bird Dog.” You can find a lyric video for that track below. Nathan “Drake” Hunt said the following about the clip:
“It’s definitely a cinematic thing — if nothing else, it’s a color or just one little scene in my head. In my mind, I was envisioning a lot of these small towns—like a railroad town or a farm town where people don’t want to farm anymore. And it just goes to shit, and then you have the opioids come in and everyone becomes a zombie.”
Shaman’s Harvest have premiered a new video for their song “The Devil In Our Wake,” via Loudwire. This track is from the band’s latest album “Red Hands Black Deeds.” Frontman Nathan Hunt commented:
“‘The Devil In Our Wake’ tackles the topic of war. I’d go to bed with CNN on to some bullshit at the White House, or the heartbreaking situation in Syria. I’d see what’s going on in the world and think, ‘Shit, how did we get so divisive?’”
Shaman’s Harvest are streaming a new song titled “The Come Up,” via Loudwire. This song is from their new album “Red Hands Black Deeds,” which will be released on July 28 via Mascot Records.
Nathan Hunt commented:
“There’s so much negativity on social media today ‑- a lot of people struggling with real issues and with where we’re at as a nation. This song is therapeutic for me personally, and I hope it speaks to our fans. Sometimes when you just can’t change shit, you got to realize you can’t mold everything in your life. You kind of just have to roll with the punches.”