RUMAHOY – Cowboys Of The Sea

RUMAHOY has just released their new single “Cowboys of the Sea”, fresh off their upcoming album, Time II: Party, to be released via Napalm Records on July 17 One of the party anthems on the album, heavy, rhythmic guitar parts and a catchy melody will have you tapping your foot and donning your own cowboy hat!

“Cowboys of the Sea” is accompanied by an artful official video, filled with maps of the New and Old World, as well as riches – you’ll even get a glimpse at the legendary “Treasure Gun” itself! Get some insights into Captain Yarrface’s daily pirate-y schedule: cold beer, the finest rum and apples (to keep the scurvy away!) truly dive into a real pirate’s life! Watch the official video below!

RUMAHOY on “Cowboys of the Sea”: “AHOY BOYS AND GIRLS, ITS ME.. CAPTAIN YARRFACE, AND HERE IS MY NEW VIDEO FOR YOU TO SHOOT GUNS AND DRINK RUM TOO!! WELCOME TO THE VIDEO!!”

YARRRRRR – The adventurous Captain Yarrface is back: RUMAHOY returns to the wild sea of pirate metal, party anthems and absolutely crazy, but equally legendary stories. Their upcoming banger, Time II: Party, will be released on July 17, 2020 via Napalm Records. The blazing opener, “Cowboys of the Sea”, marks Captain Yarrface’s return from the seas with heavy riffs and an unswerving, catchy melody. Marked by an indelible hook, “Treasure Gun” will have you on your feet, dancing, in no time. An upbeat melody paired with the epic story of the gun, this song is an absolute must-listen on this album! “Harambe, the Pirate Gorilla” is a classic pirate metal homage to the namesake whose death caused great controversy all over the world: if he were still alive, he could have joined RUMAHOY’s crew – hooks out for Harambe! The memorable “The Beer From My Town Is Better Than Yours” is the ultimate groovy party anthem for all the beer lovers out there. The track is filled with heavy guitar riffs and smashing drums that will make you want to grab a fresh pint of your favorite brand and drink up! It’s truly Time II: Party.

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