2017 release. It has been a long road for Shaman's Harvest filled with moments of triumph alongside challenges that few bands have the strength to overcome. Now back with a record that exhibits their strongest, most meaningful recordings to date. Red Hands Black Deeds is Shaman's Harvest second album for Mascot Records and the follow-up to the successful Smokin' Hearts & Broken Guns. With Keith Armstrong behind the boards, Shaman's Harvest decidedly wanted a more organic, analog sound for their sixth record. "We used analog effects pedals and vintage amps. This is the first record that we went with this approach. It was kind of like trying to find the melting point between Midwest and L.A. it still has the Shaman's Harvest Midwest vibe to it, but it definitely has organic L.A. written all over it." Singer Nathan Hunt shares, "this past year has been a year of firsts for Shaman's Harvest and that's great and all, but we are only looking forward... resting on our accomplishments makes us fat 'n lazy. If there's one thing rock 'n roll doesn't need it is complacency."