In a new Rig Rundown with Premier Guitar, Band of Skulls' Russel Marsden goes through the gear he's currently using out on the road, including his Gretsch G6118TV-LTV 130th Anniversary Junior, which he says is "the other end of things" compared to his Jazzmaster guitars. A longtime Falcon user, Marsden said he's steered towards using
With their latest album Himalayan coming out on March 31, Band of Skulls have dropped a new music video for the track “Nightmares.” The second single off Himalayan is a solid representation of the Southampton rockers, as it is driven by Emma Richardson’s rumbling low-end and Russell Marsden’s deft and gritty fretwork. Check out the video after the jump and visit Band of Skulls’ official website for upcoming tour dates.
Band of Skulls is set to release their next album Himalayan in the spring of 2014, but for those who can't wait that long, the trio has given their fans a taste of the new music. Recently, Band of Skulls loaded a stream of the song "Asleep at the Wheel" to their YouTube channel, and
Band of Skulls' Russell Marsden has been a fan of Gretsch guitars for a long time, and they played a big part in the recording of the U.K. trio's latest album Sweet Sour. Learn more about Marsden and his affinity for Gretsch guitars in the exclusive interview below.
Brit trio Band of Skulls drop by David Letterman to perform the title track off sophomore album Sweet Sour. Watch the clip below, featuring Russell Marsden finding a sweet spot on his polished Gretsch Black Falcon.