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NOLA is the debut studio album by American heavy metal band Down, released on September 19, 1995 by Elektra Records. The title is the abbreviation for New Orleans (. NOLA was written mainly by Phil Anselmo and Pepper Keenan between 1990 and 1995. Throughout 1991 to 1993 the band released three demos, a three-track demo (1991), a four-track demo (1992) and a ten-track demo (1993). Originally the band made the three-track demo for underground trading.
Maynard James Keenan (born James Herbert Keenan on April 17, 1964) is an American rock singer, songwriter, musician, and producer. Although originally from Ohio, Keenan spent his high school and college years in Michigan. He relocated to Los Angeles, California in 1988 to pursue a career in interior design and set construction, and formed the band Tool with Adam Jones shortly thereafter.
Mary McDowell Friends School.
Little Hell is the third album by City and Colour, released on June 7, 2011. Besides Dallas Green who recorded the majority of the instrumentals himself, contributing musicians on the record include Daniel Romano of Attack in Black, Dylan Green and Scott Remila of Raising the Fawn, Nick Skalkos of The Miniatures, Misha Bower of Bruce Peninsula and Anna Jarvis and Jordan Mitchell of The Rest.
Chicago, United States. on Lost Kings - Drunk As Hell (Keenan Cahill Remix). ben-burgoyne1: Thanks man. Posted 5 months ago 5 months ago.
But, Keenan says, when it came to Corrosion of Conformity, I knew the book wasn’t done yet in the grand scheme of things. And indeed, in 2015 Keenan got together with the band and they did a short run of liv e dates in Europe. Now, not only is Keenan firmly back in place in Corrosion of Conformity, but the band also has a new label, Nuclear Blast, and a new studio album, No Cross No Crown. From the thundering sludge-doom of The Luddite, to the amped-up biker metal of Cast the First Stone, to the heavy southern-boogie blues of Wolf Named Crow, No Cross No Crown in many ways picks up right where the foursome left off a dozen years ago.