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Saturday, July 2, 2022

Blood Red Throne and Son Of A Shotgun released cover video

Norwegian Blood Red Throne and Son Of A Shotgun’s Ivan “Meathook” Gujic has released a cover video for Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues”. Recording and video editing done by Meathook productions. All rights reserved to Johnny Cash and Columbia Records.

Son Of A Shotgun started as a one man band from Norway, Kristiansand. Ivan “Meathook” Gujic, guitarist from Blood Red Throne, who formed the project in 2014. He wrote all the songs, played all the instruments, sang and recorded the music. SOAS’ debut album “Mexican Standoff” came out in 2017 featuring artists such as: Jan Axel “Hellhammer” Blomberg (Mayhem), Maurice Adams (Motor Finger), Damage Karlsen (Chrome Division), Olivier Pinard (Cryptopsy). He has kept the album away from reviews and music experts. Always going the different way, what the average bands would do. The album was released online through “Indigoboom” in 2018. Spotify, bandcamp, soundcloud. The style of SOAS can be explained as Southern Death/Grind. Meathook is always trying to do something different and original. Not only with the music, but also with the show concepts and the wholeness within the project. In May 2019, Ivan announced a new full SOAS line-up.

SOAS line-up:
Kristoffer Lunden (the fuze) – drums
Stians Gundownyourson – bass
Henrik Nomansland – vocals
Ivan Meathook Gujic – Mastermind

The band’s upcoming EP ‘Be for oss alle’ is coming out soon, and it was mixed and mastered by Christian Donaldson (Cryptopsy).