27 Mar 2015
20 Mar 2015
Here is the great new video for Breaking the Hex, a track taken from the forthcoming Gnod album Infinity Machines that we revealed here
The triple album, double CD hits the shops on August 18th.
You can buy the album digitally here and get this track instantly: iTunes
Or you can just buy it from us direct: Rocket Bandcamp
The great people from Cacophonous Sarcophagus are putting on a very special Rocket party:
Shit & Shine
Zam Zam DJ's
Johnny O visuals
The Old Malthouse / Old Market
All info and tickets for this must see show can be found here: Cacophonous Sarcophagus
Hey Colossus – In Black And Gold
On In Black And Gold, various intersections between the hypnotic grooves of space rock, kosmische music and freewheeling ’70s hard rock — a template already successfully mapped out by the likes of Circle in their several incarnations over the years — are held up to be examined with curiosity by Hey Colossus and weighed carefully in the balance. The band set about their task with suitably hefty percussion and some occasional guitar fireworks, the title track in particular providing an excellent way to kick the jams out hard and with a monomaniacal purpose...
Read the rest of the review here: Freq
18 Mar 2015
FACT Magazine premieres a stunning new video for the Gnod track Breaking the Hex, taken from their forthcoming album Infinity Machines.
Watch the video here: Fact Magazine
This is what they say about it:
Watch Gnod’s surreal horror video for ‘Breaking The Hex’
VHS brain surgery in a Salford basement.
Trippy stoner rock collective Gnod carry out a gruesome phrenology experiment on an unsuspecting lump of pink matter in this video for ‘Breaking The Hex’, and it gets ugly.
The delirious track appears on the Manchester band’s new album Infinity Machines, due out on Rocket Recordings on April 20.
Anthroprophh have made an ultra ltd tour CD to sell at their forthcoming uk shows:
Newcastle Head of Steam 19th March
Glasgow Nice and Sleazy 20th March
Manchester Roadhouse 21st March
No information about the CD's have been made available, but you know they will be amazing, and sold out in a moment and up on discos for extortionate amounts by Monday!!
So only way to pay the proper price is at one of these shows, so if you haven';t got a ticket, better get your skates on.
17 Mar 2015
The Ransom Note are premiering a great 14minute remix of Hey Colossus track Wired Brainless by Modular dance guru Bass Clef.
This is what they say:
As the general R$N go-to-guy when it comes to guitar music, I can indeed confirm that Hey Colossus are out there making some mighty fine music and their murky, psychedelic sound that even the most hardened of Ransom Note alumni wouldn't mind getting deep in their ears.
They've got the sort of sounds that would just as soon send you deaf as they would send your mind to a higher place, the sheer intensity of their music fills every last pocket of space within your body and sets you up for a journey that you'll never be able to repeat again. Or some shit like that.
We're bringing you the excellent Bass Clef remix of the ban's track 'Wired Brainless' which clocks in at just over the 14 minute mark - so strap yourself in and get this beauty down you, it's a quarter of an hour of top sounds;
Listen to it here: The Ransom Note