The absurd metal band PSYCHOSTICK has released their newest LP, …and stuff. A b-sides and rarities album containing mashups / covers / parodies and originals spanning PSYCHOSTICK’S over two decade long career. A SEPULTURA styled cover of the RAY PARKER JR 1984 hit theme song for Ghostbusters and a metal cover of the iconic MONTY PYTHON classic, “Galaxy Song,” just scratch the surface of this eclectic collection.
“There’s one live song called ‘The Sombrero Prophecy’ where fans battle for the honor of wearing a sombrero. We’ve been trying to
put it on an album for YEARS. We kept saying, ‘This album already has enough tracks, let’s put it on the next one.’ That happened 3
albums in a row. Enough is enough, it feel so good to finally have an album we have no excuse not to put it on.” – The J, Guitar Ninja
“The album is definitely good and not bad.” – Rawrb, vocalist
“FINALLY! The old tunes, the new tunes, and all the weird stuff in between are finally all together in one place to tickle your ear holes. More majestic miscellaneous metal than a million menacing magnetic mallards moshing in moccasins! I hope everyone enjoys this record as much as we do.” – Matty Moose, bassist
Psychostick’s …and Stuff is a collection of B sides and rarities going all the way back to the beginning of Psychostick being a band.
Psychostick doesn’t do anything normal, and doing a B-sides record is no exception.
The album is packed full to the edge with music, 80 minutes, which is the maximum for a cd. No more will physically fit on a cd.
“The last time we put out an album that long was our second full length album, Sandwich, which had a track on it called ‘We Ran Out of CD Space.’ On this album, we re-recorded that song with Rob playing piano and singing. We call that track, ‘We Ran Out of CD Space… Again.’ – PSYCHOSTICK