This article was published in 2009.

Huddersfield band The Scaramanga Six will release their brand new studio album later this month. Titled ‘Songs Of Prey’ the mammoth 14-track, hour-long album is released from 20th April 2009 and is available to pre-order now.

The Scaramanga Six are a self-professed ‘evil pop group’, lurking and ready to pounce on the ears of the unsuspecting. They are led by the infamous Morricone Brothers, Steven and Paul, and have been a major part of the UK music scene for well over a decade.

‘Songs of Prey’ is the band’s fifth studio album release and was recorded and produced by James Kenosha [Duels, Grammatics, This Et Al and Pulled Apart By Horses]. The album comes presented in rough stock Digipack format with a 16-page booklet bursting with lyrics, imagery and photos.

The album tracklisting is as follows: 1. Hole In My Emotion; 2. Self Destruct; 3. I Didn't Get Where I Am Today; 4. You Should Have Killed Me When You Had The Chance; 5. Song of Prey #1; 6. Misadventure; 7. Another Coward; 8. Groom of The Stool; 9. Song of Prey #2; 10. Back to School; 11. Sophia In Blue; 12. The Twentieth of Hell; 13. By-Product; and 14. Pink & Blue.

The Scaramanga Six celebrate the release of ‘Songs Of Prey’ with an album launch part at Joseph’s Well on Saturday 25th April. Support comes from The FF’ers and Cyanide Pills.