released 02 June 2015
Will Quinn - vocals
Bill Barry - guitars
Dave Stanley - drums
Böðvar Böðvarsson - bass
Engineered, mixed and mastered by Jeremy Stephens
at Clearwave Recording Studio - Decatur, Alabama
All songs written and arranged by The Gentlemen Bastards
Cover art concept by Bill Barry
Original artwork by India Truman
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"One of the best stoner rock albums so far this year. A booze fueled rock and roll machine with the finest in stoner and blues hardware, all designed to lay down fuzzed out, distorted riffs and heavy bass grooves. The vocals are massive, with a bluesy country swagger, and a harder rock edge. This is what Clutch and Kyuss would sound like getting stoned in a recording studio."
~ Ride With The Devil (UK)
"The Gentlemen Bastards have come roaring back with their hard-rocking 2nd album Bastards' Brew. A storming 35 minute opus of high energy Stoner, Grunge and Hard Rock riffage. This album is leaps and bounds ahead of the bands debut album which won some acclaim within the Hard Rock/Stoner Rock scene. Packed full of the right amount of aggression and rebellion just like the legendary rock bands of the past used to make - Bastards' Brew is a superb album from start to finish. Check it out. You won't be sorry."
~ The Sludgelord (UK)
The Gentlemen Bastards have released the follow up to their 2012 self titled album. "Bastards' Brew" shows a huge step for them musically; from the songwriting and vocals all the way to the production. Think hard stoner rock with a touch of a southern vibe coming from the vocals. The band is bringing fuzz and grooved-out beats relentlessly. The vocals are just tremendously different and soulful; it's hard for me to put a finger on them. Truly a feeling that I don't get that often. Give some support to this crazy good, kick ass band!
~ Wonderock (USA)
"Bastards' Brew creeps up on you like shots of Crown Royal to an unsuspecting born again Christian. It's all smiles through and through, with a sense of comfort no matter what block of the stoner scene you reside in."
~ The Ripple Effect (USA)