Live At The Low Beat was recorded to digital handheld recorder and mastered in Manchester by Dom Tanner, took place on December 4th 2014, at a local eatery regularly frequented by Burnt Hills. It was the first of what, it has been decided, will be an annual Burnt Hills performance outside the basement. Nine of the ten full-time members of the band were in attendance on this night and it's safe to assume that they were all pretty well smoked, fed and oiled by the time they took to the stage. Close to 50 minutes in total, this is the most savage, raging, oblivion-bound Burnt Hills set yet committed to wax. There's a whole bucket-load of sensitive noodling amidst the chaos - along with the obligatory shred - but it's, of course, the six-guitar pile-up that really takes this crescendo-obsessed troupe of suburban weirdos into the "Lord take me now!" zone. Edition of 250 copies. 140g vinyl in super heavyweight casebound jackets with black paper inners. Cover art by Dylan Hughes (Desmadrados Soldados de Ventura).