Prophet & The Cowboys of Apocalypse : “Last Day in Paradise” Digital and CD 7th March 2021 Nasty Prick Records.

Prophet & The Cowboys of Apocalypse : "Last Day in Paradise" Digital and CD 7th March 2021 Nasty Prick Records.
Prophet & The Cowboys of Apocalypse : "Last Day in Paradise" Digital and CD 7th March 2021 Nasty Prick Records.
Prophet & The Cowboys of Apocalypse : "Last Day in Paradise" Digital and CD 7th March 2021 Nasty Prick Records.
Prophet & The Cowboys of Apocalypse : “Last Day in Paradise” Digital and CD 7th March 2021 Nasty Prick Records.

Prophet & The Cowboys of Apocalypse : “Last Day in Paradise” Digital and CD 7th March 2021 Nasty Prick Records. USA Blues / Rock band.

Patrick Flannery is back with a new album. Known as Prophet in his band St Madness . He also rules his label on which he released all of his albums. 

With lots of passion and dedication, he led his band to the top. With life ups and downs, the band suffered like many but he always got up and pushed the boundaries to keep the band running. He is a soldier of Metal, but not only. Driven by melodies and rocking tunes, he had several projects such as Prophet & The boys of Apocalypse

Lots of pains and probably regrets, he has led his heart speaking in his songs. “Last days In Paradise” is one of them. Dedicating life histories with people he loves and shared his life and music with. 

Sixteen songs with covers and a bonus one from the eighties. All his friends will understand and dig this album. A great man for sure. This album is like his testament to music in a way. Piano, acoustic guitars, and many instruments sending you sometimes deep in the forest.

Check out this song :

Prophet has many voices, sometimes it’s bluesy sometimes heavy.. but for sure you recognize him quickly and get the link with St Madness. This album is a journey on the roads of the big america. Some songs may think of Guns ‘n Roses Axl type.

It’s rocking , it gets you dance, a great album bringing you back in time on few songs. A billy Idol cover in less rock way. Some reminding the fifties hits.. You will find your love in this album full of music references.

Get on your horse and check the view while listening to Prophet & The Cowboys of Apocalypse 98/100.

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The Metal Mag was born in 1998 in England, the wish to support Metal bands in the world. A magazine is readable for free with live video interviews and link to partners.

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