PULLED APART BY HORSES
plus support: GOD DAMN
Atomic drum and guitar duo God Damn – Thom Edward (guitars/vocals) and Ash Weaver (drums) – are pure attack: molten pop hooks galvanized in a blaze of bludgeoning riffs and furiously propulsive percussion.
Hailing from the heart of the Black Country and describing themselves as “rock music for degenerates”, God Damn fuse ‘Bleach’ era Nirvana, Jesus Lizard, ‘Surfer Rosa’ era Pixies and At The Drive In influences whilst swearing allegiance to the ‘Seven J’s’ of their Holy Bible: Hendrix, Homme, Cash, White, Page, Bonham and Jesse ‘The Devil’ Hughes (Eagles of Death Metal).
“‘I’m a Lazer, You’re a Radar’ is a rip-rollicking thrash, brutally mixing grunge and the regions finest export, heavy metal.” – NME
“A heads-down, hair-in-your-eyes, twat-your-instruments-as-hard-as-humanly-possible riff riot.” – The Guardian
“There’s sweat stains happening after that, that was one intense record.” – Phil Taggart (Radio 1 New Music Show)
“A frenetic, fuzzy progression, a sludgy half-time breakdown, crushing fills and a band destroying all of their equipment in an appropriately shaky video.” – Artrocker
“Best new band and video you’ll see for a while. You guys are awesome.” – Ginger Wildheart
“Lazer/Radar manages to be both unfeasibly violent and immensely addictive – a brand new Wolf Town anthem. I’m left with bleeding eardrums, hurricane-swept hair and an intense tingling in my nether regions.” 9/10 – Midlands Rocks
“A testifying blues grunge prog rock pop metal thrashup…and if that sounds like a pretty awesome combination, you’d be right. It is.” – Brum Notes
“Crashing out of Wolverhampton come GOD DAMN, a three-piece of spitting fury and angry noise with more energy than the Hadron Collider.” 5/5 – Loud Horizon