Adrenaline Mob detail Dearly Departed

US metal outfit Adrenaline Mob will release their third full-length release next month, they’ve announced.

Titled Dearly Departed, the album will launch on February 9 via Century Media. It will feature a previously unreleased track recorded during their Men Of Honor sessions last year, along with three acoustic versions of material from their 2012 debut Omerta. The disc will also include an edited take of the title track which originally appeared on their second record.

The band released eight-track covers EP Coverta in 2013 and the new disc also features more songs which influenced them in the past, including Queen’s Tie Your Mother Down.

Russell Allen, Mike Orlando and AJ Pero recruited bassist Erik Leonhardt last year following the departure of John Moyer. The band revealed they were “shocked” at Moyer’s decision to quit ahead of their US tour. But the bassist responded by saying the backlash left him confused.

Dearly Departed tracklist

  1. Snortin’ Whiskey (Pat Travers) 2. Dearly Departed (Edit) 3. The Devil Went Down To Georgia (Charlie Daniels Band) 4. Crystal Clear (acoustic) 5. Sabbath Medley (Black Sabath) 6. Whatever Gets You Through The Night (previously unreleased) 7. Angel Sky (acoustic) 8. All On The Line (acoustic) 9. Tie Your Mother Down (Queen)

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