Destiny & Dishonor
Destiny & Dishonor is Donerail's second album. Recorded live over three days in an abandoned Masonic Temple, Destiny & Dishonor is a raw, sawed-off collection of honest music packed with off-kilter images and rhythms. Like an unapologetic 60s garage band mixing folk/country with indie/punk sans irony; this record brims with jangle, raunch and off-key majesty. Donerail thanks you for listening. Reviews: 'Donerail play that kind of Replacements-like rock 'n roll that never fails to bring a smile to my face.' --Matt Burgess, Burgo's Blog 'Donerail is an intriguing group of fellas, no matter from what angle of the music world you decide to look at them. Their classic roots are embedded on their sophomore release Destiny and Dishonor. But all the indie brands and typecasting are clear and present enough for them to flourish in the night life of their home city of Portland, Oregon. In just one song, these blokes will go from spiritual, to rugged, to loving in only a couple minutes. And unlike many indie acts today, their songs are inspiring and much less destructive than what you might hear regularly. This is a fine group of guys that you can't help but love. Their energy is intense to say the least. Their talents are obviously exceptional. And Destiny and Dishonor is a wonderful audio portfolio of everything these guys have to offer. Like a discarded rocking chair, wherever you might might find vulnerability in their tunes, the strange bit of history implemented in their style will make up for it. This is just wonderful genre-defining and bending rock and roll.' -- FensePost Josh Patrice: Guitar, Vocals, Mandolin, Banjo Jake Pettit: Guitar, Vocals Dan Niska: Bass, Vocals Sean Nemeroff: Drums *Tyler Kellogg appears on Guitar on Merry Christmas Recorded & Co-Produced by Ezra Fowler and Donerail at 'The Temple' Tracking/Wiring expertise - Cody Maxwell & Jonathan Newsome Mixed by Ezra Fowler Mastered by Gus Elg at Sky Onion Studios.