Anyway, Chris D from the LA band The Flesh Eaters formed The Divine Horsemen in '83 and recorded todays forgotten record Devil's River on SST Records in 1986.
I discovered the Divine Horsemen and their records via the Trouser Press Record Guide while looking for information on the Flesh Eaters, and was quickly able to find LP and Cassette copies of most of their records. Devils River is their best release in my opinion.
Musically the record moves between between rocking tunes like; My Sin and Devils River and the slower Tenderest Kiss, but there is a consistency of the feel and vibe of the tunes that never makes the changes jarring. Lyrically the album deals with betrayal, loss, redemption and desolation-- it's pretty much all the classic country tropes, only updated for a time and place that the country music machine never figured on playing to.
There was also a EP released at the same time Middle of the Night, which featured not only a couple of tracks from Devils River, but also covers of The Cramp's Voodoo Idol, The Stones Give Me Shelter and the country standard Field of Stone. Neither has been given a CD release (and I don't know that they ever will), but a handful of tracks from Devil's River can be found on the Chris D & Divine Horseman Time Stands Still CD
1986 Devil's River on SST Records
My Sin (Chris D.- Matt Lee -Divine Horsemen)
▪ Devil's River
▪ He Rode Right Into Town
▪ Come Into This Place (aka Poison Arrow Of Flame)
▪ Tenderest Kiss
▪ Love Call
▪ Too Young To Die
▪ It Doesn't Matter
▪ Middle Of The Night