Big ups to our North Star Media artist Hobosexual. They’re a ballsy, sweaty, thunderous rock duo out of Seattle and their badass new LP Hobosexual II just dropped yesterday. It’s already received a slew of enthusiastic reviews. Here’s one to check out from Seattle Weekly. But, better yet, save the reading for later and fire up this jam. It’s called “The Black Camaro Death” and it’s got a monster, lumbering, Sabbathesque, steamroller of a chorus. Totally dark and heavy and ominous, which I suppose is what you’d expect from a concept album that’s about an outlaw BMX biker gang and set in the year 2071. Yes, you heard me right there. I know, I know… so rad. For more about the Hobos and their devastating assault on boring, formulaic recipes for rock, you can check out an earlier post I did here. And then I encourage any and all rock fans to go grab this new release. It’s loud. And it’s dirty. And it’s from two guys who are genuine and hilarious and ego-free and just plain old cool. Good music from good dudes. I mean, what more could you want? Well, besides maybe an outlaw BMX biker gang fighting the good fight against evil corporate giants in a post-apocalyptic, futuristic setting. But hey, good news. In this case, you get that as well. So buy the record. Crank it up. And enjoy.