Lax Your Humus

by Justin McConville

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Lax Your Humus was recorded between three other projects and originally had some of the strongest tracks on it. I took three tracks from this and put them on a revised edition of Slack Babbeth and two of the track ended up on RVR which followed Lax You Humus. As a result this album is to say the least the most obscure but shows a glimpse of where I was coming from and where I was going. Love (part 1) is a great track, albeit maybe not destined for a metal album as with Cool and CS in the USA. At the time I was finishing The First and The Last Dance, the final Jeg album and starting to write RVR meanwhile looking to tie up Slack Babbeth and continue with Soul Drive at the time of recording. I was listening a lot to my beloved Zappa albums too and I think you can hear some influence certainly in this album and on The First and The Last Dance. I was asked recently what I hope to achieve with the JMC music. My answer is this : I write this metal stuff because this is what I want to hear. This kind of music. I don't care what people think of it because I have no fear of criticism. I know why I put this stuff together and it's the same reason I will always write. Because I love it. Some results are better than others, this was one that suffered for the better of other albums. Still worth a listen!


released June 8, 2006

All tracks written and recorded by J.McConville

Recorded at The Washouse by Bone



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Justin McConville UK

I am a guitarist primarily who writes songs, sings, plays bass, drums, a little keys, harmonica, percussion and dabbles in production. What is available on here is like a time line of my music dating back to the beginning of my recording career in 1992 up to present date excluding Uncle Rust "Six Years in The Desert" which have their own bandcamp pages ... more

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