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Black Sheep Wall Offer Free Download Of “I Am God Songs” Album In Response To Piracy Crackdown

Apparently not every artist shares the same point of view on the heated piracy debate. Black Sheep Wall have made their first album “I Am God Songs” available as a free download in response to the “crazy internet piracy nonsense” for today, Friday, January 20th. You can snag a copy of the album at

Meanwhile, the band themselves stated:

“I would not have PURCHASED some of my favorite albums of all time had I not DOWNLOADED them first. In an ocean of garbage how is one expected to sift through shit for gold? Download whatever the fuck you want, pay for the shit that’s worth it to YOU. If you haven’t “stolen” it yet “I am God Songs” will be a free download all day Friday through Shelsmusicand their bandcamp page. Now about that whole internet censorship thing…”

Black Sheep Wall‘s new album “No Matter Where It Ends” will receive a March 23rd release date overseas through Season Of Mist. A U.S. release date is currently pending.


  • adamonfire

    I don’t know who these guys are, but I like them.

    • robichaud1

      Same here man. Had never heard of them, really digging this. Heavy with a capital H.

  • adamonfire

    Damnit, I meant to say, isn’t ‘Black Sheep’ just Blythe’s alter ego when he’s around family?

    • Relentless_Beating

      Oh shit everyone, Adam is hilarious. ROFLCOPTER!!!

  • frog

    heaviest band ever

    • Relentless_Beating


    • robichaud1

      Ha, when I read this first, I thought “oh, shut up, frog, you don’t know whatchoo talkin’ bout”. Then I listened to them.

  • SRSS

    Good stuff – and you never know, if I like it and listen to it loads, you’ll get CD purchases and gig attendances from me ;)

    Education is key for ‘online piracy’ to have its perks. Unfortunately not many of us have it.

  • Stereotypical Evil Archer

    Someone should send this article Dez.

  • southpawchew

    i am downloading and listening to every song just because that is my exact opionon on the matter, i buy what i like go to the shows buy tees because every now and then i illegally down load some meterial fuck i didnt like between the buried and me from the one or 2 songs i heard but when i listened to a full cd by my self that i downloaded i became a huge fan

  • HonoluluBlueBalls

    “In an ocean of garbage how is one expected to sift though shit for gold?” Preach it brother.

  • Sniki

    So much truth in those words, it should be making all those against pirating get heartburn.

    I don’t know the band, never listened to it, but I already like them.

  • jimmydabosh

    I messaged these dudes when they first appeared on Myspace years ago and asked them where I could get ‘I Am God Songs’, this was before Shelsmusic picked up the album, and one of the dudes in the band sent me a mediafire link for it pretty much straight with thanks for interest in the band. I’ve been singing their praises ever since. Top dudes. Check out Admiral Angry and Noriega as well, all three of those bands share members and are awesome.

    • robichaud1

      Same sort of thing happened with me and Hang The Bastard. I was trying to find the tune “The Year Is One” (brrrruuuuutal fucking tune, by the way), but it was only a 7″, so they sent me an .mp3 of it. Solid guys. Check ‘em out. UK thrash-post-hardcore-label-label-blah-blah. “Failed Harvest” and “Raw Sorcery” is one of the best first-second metal tune combos I’ve ever heard. Nasty.

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