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  EXCLUSIVE WORLD PREMIERE: JOHN GARCIA UNLEASHES 'GIVE ME 250ml'
12th January 2017



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John Garcia's revealed the details of his upcoming acoustic album, 'The Coyote Who Spoke In Tongues', recently and today here on MetalTalk the third track from this exciting release, 'Give Me 250ml', is premiered.

John Garcia is the most distinctive voice of an entire genre, desert rock, and normally you would expect some heavy guitars, pounding drums and fuzzy tunes from but he is about to release something extremely special and present himself stronger and more emotional then he has ever been.

Here's '250ml' for your listening pleasure.



After successful tours all over the world playing Kyuss, Slo Burn, Hermano and his solo project, John Garcia then blew away audiences with a unique live acoustic performance and now the desert king is about to release 'The Coyote Who Spoke In Tongues', on January 27th 2017 on Napalm Records.

John told us: "This record is one of the most important of my career, difficult and challenging to do, but worth every minute of sweat!"

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The album was recorded and mixed by Steve Feldman and Robbie Waldman, mastered by Gene 'The Machine' Grimaldi at Oasis Mastering in California. 'The Coyote Who Spoke In Tongues' offers an emotional acoustic ride through John Garcia's solo work as well as songs by Kyuss in new arrangements like you have never heard before.

With longtime desert and touring fellas Ehren Groban on the acoustic guitar, Greg Saenz on percussions and bassist Mike Pygmie, 'The Coyote Who Spoke In Tongues' will be a MUST-HAVE for every fan of the desert rock and Kyuss era, and will come with exceptional artwork.

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'The Coyote Who Spoke In Tongues' tracklisting:

Kylie
Green Machine
Give Me 250ml
The Hollingsworth Session
Space Cadet
Gardenia
El Rodeo
Argleben II
Court Order

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