Hot on the heels of “These Streets” and marking the release week for “Howl”, Stuey Kubrick and Evil have teamed up again for a look at the brighter side of Howl. Beaches, hotties, scooters and random bums round out the twisted scenario.
Peep the video right here:
You can Buy the SUNSHINE(Single) & the album “HOWL” right here:
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“Howl is the crescendo of years of musical evolution and personal growth for Evil Ebenezer. The album unifies the youthful exuberance of Call Me Evil and the rawness of The Wanderer, with the dark honesty of Evil Eye, culminating in Evil’s most versatile release yet. Howl represents a musical growl of relief signifying Evil Ebenezer’s perseverance through adversity and his acceptance of his positive future ahead. A master of cadence, Evil Ebenezer captures the neurotic soul of our times with eccentric dysfunction, humor and darkness, all told with his trademark smooth delivery. If Atmosphere and Q-Tip were one, the musical gem that resulted would sound like Howl. Evil Ebenezer’s music on Howl represents the everyday mans struggle in a genre full of braggadocios alpha-males. It is honest music that appeals to emotions, showcases the maturity of the songwriters and finds the silver lining that we all seek. Evil Ebenezer is the Captain Hook in a genre full of Peter Pans; someone has to be dark and Evil. The album features guest appearances by Vancouver phenom Snak The Ripper and Edmonton’s critically acclaimed emcee Cadence Weapon with the majority of production from underground legend Stuey Kubrick”.
Other places to purchase:
iTunes Canada: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/how…
iTunes USA: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/how…
Physical CD’s: http://camobearrecords.bandcamp.com/a…
Directed by: Stuey Kubrick
Produced by: Stuey Kubrick
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Peace! ~ dhh