Highlights abound, but for sheer unmitigated savagery, fans will be hard-pressed to beat the likes of ‘Satan is Real’ and the aggravated fury of ‘Totalitarian terror’. Most importantly, ‘Gods of violence’ is a whole lot of fun and comes highly recommended. 9
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The eclectic experimentalists are back...
Following on from their success at the Unsigned Music Awards, the Broken Witt Rebels are seeing 2016 out with a bang - check out their tour dates here.
This self-titled effort is a gorgeous, potent mix of frazzled, art-house guitar, sweeping harmonies and layers of noise, and deserves a place in any discerning music fan’s collection.
This disc balances blues, rock, soul, funk and progressive impressively and if a given track does leave you cold, a blinder is never far away, and Todd’s performance is energetic enough that, more often than not, you’ll indulge him in his various flights of fancy anyway.
Extreme and uncompromising, ‘Thanatos’ will leave you scarred for life: Embrace it!
Punk legends and John Peel's favourite band are releasing special, 40th anniversary editions of their first two albums.