ARTHUR BROWN - The God Of Hellfire Invites You To His Monster's Ball, Releases New Single "Lucifer Sam" Feat. DEEP PURPLE’s IAN PAICE & GONG's STEVE HILLAGE
September 6, 2022, 2 weeks ago
Fans of dark and ghoulish rock & roll are all cordially invited to attend what is sure to be the biggest party of this year’s Halloween season, Monster’s Ball, the new album from the one and only God Of Hellfire and theatrical rock visionary, Arthur Brown. For his latest macabre-themed masterpiece, Brown is joined by a murderer's row of talented co-conspirators including the album’s producers Alan Davey, who also co-wrote several of the songs, and Fernando Perdomo, all of whom have helped Brown craft one of the most energetic and thrilling albums of his long and distinguished career. From The Stooges’ guitarist James Williamson, who brings the heat on a new version of Brown’s iconic 1968 hit “Fire” to the killer collaboration with Vanilla Fudge's Mark Stein on “Zombie Yelp,” Monster’s Ball promises to be one hell of a good time.
Today, Brown is proud to share a song from the album, the psychedelic opener to the album, “Lucifer Sam,” penned by none other than Syd Barrett and featuring ripping performances by Gong guitarist Steve Hillage and Deep Purple drummer Ian Paice.
Brown had this to say about the song, “As a prelude to the album launch on October 21st here’s a mysterious track by the enigmatic Syd Barrett. Fernando Perdomo’s bold production, the song’s adventurous structure, and the input of Steve Hillage and Ian Paice make this a delight of spooky fun. Shadows flickered and felines howled as I sang this portrait - Happy Halloween!”
Stream the single here, and below.
"Lucifer Sam" feat. Ian Paice & Steve Hillage
"Screamin' Ball (At Dracula's Hall)" feat. Alan Davey
"I Feel Free" feat. James Williamson & Rat Scabies
"Bucket O' Blood" feat. Nik Turner
"Zombie Yelp" feat. Roye Albrighton & Mark Stein
"Whistlin' Past The Graveyard" feat. The Sinclairs
"Fire" feat. James Williamson, Brian Auger & Carmine Appice
"The Monster Hop" feat. Shuggie Otis
"Curse Of The Hearse"
"The Vampire" feat. The Coffin Daggers
"Late Last Night" feat. Steve Hillage, Roye Albrighton, Gilli Smyth & Joel Vandroogenbroeck
"Karn Evil #9 feat. Jordan Rudess (Bonus track, CD only)
(Photo - Harvey Waller)