29 Feb 2012

Rocket Probes February 2012 Playlist

Delired Cameleon Family - Visa de Censure noX
Pierre Clementi's 1968, 42 minute freakout film)

GNOD - 5th Sun (Dub)
(Mindblowing new track from the mighty Gnod, awsome slice of dubbed out doom sludge with the echo chamber working overtime, coming out on 7" on the ever great Trensmat records)

Beak> - ii
(Splattering of CAN meets the buzzed guitar of Sonic Youth in collaboration with Arthur Russell)

Hawkwind - Quark, Strangeness & Charm / PRX-5 / Hawklords
(The Calvert years Hawkwind period with bonus tracks

Butthole Surfers - Widow Maker
(Texan psychedelic hardcore overlords taking us back to the daze)

Fripp / Eno - Air Structures
(Great live album of synth/guitar drones, a great campanion to the mesmerising Evening Star LP)

Godsy - Apache Drop In
(Primitive drums, poping and buzzing analogue synths and fuzz guitar combine for quite an odd little track from 'Nothing is...' partner Cherrystones)

Daughters of the Sun - Ghost with Chains
(Very nice psyched out 2nd album of ambient drones and tranced out tribal rock)

Kool Aid - LP
(Pretty good in places, 90's sounding psych, loads of samples collide with Loop'ish guitars/rhythms and reminds us a bit of Hair and Skin Trading Company)

The Heads - Live at The Cube
(The audio taken from the forthcoming Heads DVD...two sets, 'rock' set and 'psyche' set, reminds us what such an amazing show that was)

Pete Swanson - Man with Potential
(Great fuzzy psychediic electronica...thanks to Mike from Teeth of the Sea for recommendation)

Man Forever - New album
(Third album by Man Forever, Kid Millions from Oneida's solo drum project)


28 Feb 2012

Mugstar alive in Liverpool with White Hills

On Friday 23rd March Rocket favourites MUGSTAR play The Kazimer, Liverpool with WHITE HILLS.

Catch the WHITE HILLS throughout the UK, including a Bristol show with THOUGHT FORMS (19/3/2012).


• 15/3/2012 Cork, IRE - Cyprus Avenue
• 16/3/2012 Dublin, IRE - Crawdaddy
• 17/3/2012 Birmingham, UK - Custard Factory
• 18/3/2012 Leicester, UK - The Musician
• 19/3/2012 Bristol, UK - The Croft
• 20/3/2012 Nottingham, UK - Bodega Social Club
• 21/3/2012 Glasgow, UK - The Arches
• 22/3/2012 Leeds, UK - The Brundenell
• 23/3/2012 Liverpool, UK - The Kazimer
• 24/3/2012 London, UK - The Lexington
• 25/3/2012 Utrecht, NL - Ekko
• 26/3/2012 Haarlem, NL - Patronaat Small Hall
• 27/3/2012 Paris, France - Glaz’ Art
• 28/3/2012 Brussels, Belgium - Rotonde at Botanique
• 29/3/2012 Cologne, Germany - Sonic Ballroom
• 30/3/2012 Leipzig, Germany - UT Connewitz-Doom over Leipzig Fest
• 31/3/2012 Helsinki, FIN - Kuudes Linja


High Wolf - Podcast Series Mix featuring GOAT

Rocket favourite Annapurna Illusion / High Wolf Rocket has created a 'Made Like a Tree' Podcast mix featuring Rocket's very own GOAT 7" & some other great tracks, check out the mix & a short interview:

1. Ali Farka Touré - Allah Uya [World Circuit]
2. Goat - Goatman [Rocket Recordings]
3. Master Musicians Of Bukkake - Prophecy of the White Camel [Important Records]
4. Nate Young - Comes Unbidden [NNA Tapes]
5. Blues Control & Laaraji - Awakening Day [RVNG]
6. Pinch And Shackleton - Torn And Submerged [Honest Jon's]
7. Conrad Schnitzler - Untitled (Further Records]
8. Psychic Ills - Transmute [The Social Registry]
9. René Hell - Bending (Voice) [Shelter Press]
10. Alemu Aga - Sele Sene Fretret [Ethiopiques]
11. Matt Carlson - Infinity Canyons [Gift Tapes]
12. Cut Hands - Impassion [Susan Lawley]
13. Colin Stetson - The Righteous Wrath of an Honorable Man [Constellation]
14. Moon Wheel - Four Formless Absorptions [Not on Label]


27 Feb 2012

First glimpse of new Teeth of the Sea tour tshirt

Teeth of the Sea and Rocket teamed up to create this new shirt that will be sold exclusively on the up-end-coming Teeth of the Sea 'Chariots of fire' tour.


Teeth of the Sea 'Chariots of Fire' video clip


23 Feb 2012

Teeth of the Sea - Chariots of Fire Tour Poster

Teeth of the Sea 'Chariots of Fire' Tour 2012

(Poster by Johnny O)

Dates are as follows:

Fri 2nd March - Preston, Continental, with MUGSTAR and RAPID PIG
Sat 3rd March - Leeds, Brudenell Social, (BRITISH WILDLIFE FESTIVAL)
Sun 4th March - Liverpool, Mello Mello,
Mon 5th March - Birmingham, Hare & Hounds, with HEALTH AND EFFICIENCY
Tues 6th March - Cambridge, Portland Arms, with THREE TRAPPED TIGERS
Wed 14th March - London, Lexington, with PONTIAK and TRIESTE
Thurs 22nd March - Bristol, Croft, with ANTHROPROPHH


14 Feb 2012

Supersonic reveals poster for Teeth of the Sea show

As part of Teeth of the Sea's up and coming 'Chariots of Fire Tour' the band are playing a Supersonic promotedshow in Birmingham.

Tickets can be purchased from here


Teeth of the Sea to play Sounds from the other City Festival

Teeth of the Sea have just announced they are playing the Sounds from the Other City Festival in Salford on May 6th.

Find out more info and tickets here


9 Feb 2012

Norman Records review GOAT 7"

Norman Records review 7" of GOAT's ritualistic Swedish Voodoo weirdness on Rocket Recordings, this is what they had to say:

"The preorders have gone nuts with this one so I’ve been pretty intrigued to see what the fuss is all about over this debut single from Sweden’s Goat. On the A side we’ve got ‘Goatman’, with bouncy tribal drums and repetitive chant-like vocals over quite basic, minimal, filthy bass and guitar with a liberal splash of wah. It’s more upbeat than I expected from a record with purports to be influenced by the Voodoo history of their home town of Korpolombolo (how much truth lies in these claims remains to be seen). It’s reminding Phil a bit of Dungen but I’d put it more in with that new youthful neo-psych set like Hookworms and the Dalai Lama Rama Fa Fa Fa. Flip it and things get a bit freakier with ‘The Sun’ and ‘The Moon’, which run seamlessly into one another with more of the chanty vocals and repetitive beats and garagey guitars which are once again heavy on the wah, with the overall feel. There’s some flute going on here too, and the pace is pretty frantic. It’s great how they’re taking these normally-serious sounds of ritualistic psych-folk and injecting them with a welcome shot of youthful vitality and enthusiasm. This side, my favourite of the two, is like Jethro Tull gone post-punk with its spidery guitar and whirling flute flurries. Great to see some youth and exuberance back in psych rock again!" 5/5

Our friends at Invada records have got 30 red vinyl Goatman 7"s up for sale on their Big Cartel site.

You can snap one of these up from here.

The 7" is released on Monday February 13th, click here for more information about this great 7"


Entering an Illusion - Annapurna Illusion Interview

Entering an Illusion - Annapurna Illusion Interview

In 2010 we introduced the pyramidal meditationist ‘Life is an Illusion’ album by Annapurna Illusion, the evil twin of Not Not Fun’s High Wolf. Rocket scientists then trekked to the far reaches of the known world to interview this elusive Kosmische spirit of the dead and what follows are the transcripts of the meeting. So soundtrack your mind with this AI sampler and we hope you enjoy the read.


Entering the Illusion: In the highs of the Nepalese mountains, how did the darkness of Annapurna illusion transmutate from the lightness of High Wolf, and is High Wolf the sherpa to AI's music?

If High Wolf was born in the Nepalese mountains, Annapurna Illusion comes from the cremation ceremonies along the Ganges in Varanasi. AI is one of those characters like Maldoror or Melmoth, who fell in the darkness and wander since then. So AI tries to make HW fall, and HW, like Ulysses or Dante just visits hell but managed to escape every time so far.

AI is the pulsion of death (see Freud's theory), HW is Nietzsche's will of power. They're opposites and complementary, they're Eros and Thanatos, in an eternal struggle, trying to kill the equilibrium that maintains those two forces equal so they can't win this war. High Wolf is the solar energy that creates light, AI is the gravity that will eventually make the sun die.


An illusion is a distortion of the senses, revealing how the brain normally organises and interprets sensory stimulation. Some illusions are based on general assumptions the brain makes during perception. These assumptions are made using organisational principles, like Gestalt, an individual's ability of depth perception and motion perception, and perceptual constancy. Other illusions occur because of biological sensory structures within the human body or conditions outside of the body within one’s physical environment, what is Annapurana's Illusion?

As said, life is an illusion. There are many ways to understand this, a spiritual way (maya), a scientifical way (Gestalt), a sociological way...They're all true. Of course we analyze the world with our limited perception (senses) and intellect. For instance, colors don't exist, it's just our brain perception of the light reflection on various objects / substances. But can we really understand that? That the sky is not blue, the snow isn't white, a banana isn't yellow?

There is also the illusion of control and free will. We don't know how free we really are. The inconscious takes care of more than eighty percent of our body actions and we don't know how much it is responsible for our decisions. It's very possible that none of our "conscious" decisions is really independant. Some studies show that some brain signals prove that the decision is already made before we actually realize it.

Not to mention our idea of time that makes every observation and statement we make temporary. And there is a volontary illusion, a social and political one, that we maintain through education, the illusion that convinces you that you have no choice, an illusion created by the system to stay alive and not to be questionned. But we tend to create illusion ourselves as well. Jung said illusion is for the soul as much important as oxygen for the body. Illusion is reality for the soul. Soul creates reality everyday. At the end no one can tell what is illusion and what is reality.


Annapurna Illusion's dark Krautrock aesthetic reveal's itself in tracks like hypnotic moiré of black & white geometry, when the listener hears, the impression is given of movement, hidden images, flashing and vibration, patterns, of swelling or warping, do you seek to paint with your music?

I paint with emotions. It's deeply emotional and instinctive to me. It's like transmitting an energy. This pure matter is then reinterpreted by the brain in a subjective way, you'll see colors, shapes, you'll invent a story. It's the same process that we decribed earlier, this music goes through one sense and then our over complex brain messes with it BUT keeps some truth to it anyway. Illusion doesn't necessary means a conspiracy.


For my ear's AI share's a cosmic exosphere with the highly regarded German musicians of the 70's, Kosmische artists: AR Machines, Klaus Schulze and Harmonia. What attracted the 'Wolf' to the upper limits of the atmosphere, where these musicians reside, men of higher heights?

Just an attraction towards the deeper layers of understanding. The curiosity, the will to experiment. The thirst of knowledge. And as everything is connected, looking for the bottom of things leads to the higher heights. If you want to know who you are you have to contemplate yourself, quietly, slowly sorting out all those slowly pieces of you. Understand that some parts comes from a biological process, some come from your social background, some from your education...what is coming from your subconscious, what in this subconscious is personal, what is an heritage...Your personality is like a puzzle made of hundred of pieces. And you, as an entity, is one piece of a bigger puzzle that is the universe. You're a ridiculously insignificant piece but you're part of the puzzle. It's the famous "Know Thyself" as I interprete it. So once you start to do this work, this analysis, you're trying to go behind the illusion, to see the reality of things. To seek for a pattern or to discover the absurdity of things, the absence of determinism.


Rocket are big fans of Heldon & Richard Pinhas music, are you aware of them & is their a strong sense of electronic music from where you are from?

Not really. First time I head Heldon was actually at Chris place after the show in London we played together with Gnod. I briefly checked some of the later Richard Pinhas work when I was younger, like 10 years ago, but not that much. That was just before the downloading era so it was quite difficult to get those records. I should look into that. I know it's a big deal in the history of french music.


What modern music can you relate to, you play with so many other musicians I imagine you are exposed to a great variety of influences?

Yes of course I am totally influenced by other people's music, both from the past and from today. This is more like a stylistic influence. The biggest influence, the influence that gives me energy, emotions, the real stimulus is life itself, contemplation, meditation (physical and metaphysical). But now after meeting so many musicians I see that at the end friendship makes the difference and the musical similarities doesn't really matter. Being part of a specific musical scene is not my concern anymore.


The Annapurna mountain range is a section of the Himalayas in Nepal & has the worlds most dangerous climb with the worlds most deepest Gorge, is there something of an analogy with your music, something dramatic and how has that part of the world influenced you?

For me it's about the extreme. It's like "I wanna go to the mountains". But I wanna go to the highest and most impressive mountains in the world. I want to experience the majesty of things, I want to experience "the oceanic feeling" (R.Rolland), I want to be crushed by the mighty power of the universe. I want the highest peak, the thickest ice, the most burning lava, the most dangerous waves, the loudest sound, I want to feel that power.


You've travelled the world on many long flights, been to the ends of the earth & fallen off the edge and back again, what soundtracks your journey & how have those travels influenced you?

Those travels made me who I am now, it goes far beyond music influence. I don't know if everyone can really point what events in their life made a huge difference. I know that going around the world, rather than giving me the feeling of "I've seen it all" fed my curiosity in some kind of vicious circle that is now "the more I know the more I want to know". I do bring some music with me when I'm travelling but I don't really use it as much. It's always fun to hear the local pop music (when you go out of the western world) and keep your ears open. And I do have a lot of lectures, about philosophy, science, whatever, in my ipod and for a while now I listen to those way more than music, I turned my ipod in a take away school.


What part of the world most surprised you musically, have you ever been somewhere so culturally different, but through the music you have somehow tapped into something deep rooted?

Well that's whay I like human diversity so much, it's because you never loose the link between all of us. Even in the furthest tribe with crazy rituals, weird social codes, you get this human core that everyone shares and that makes it understandable. And it's amazing to see the range, to feel how different humans can be while being the same.

So it can be through music for instance. Everyone in the world, almost every civilization, invented hand drums, shakers, string instruments, and singing technics. Now with that common base, the need to sing, hit, pick and the objects, the media of this need and will, the music will sound totally different if you try to analyze it in an occidental way (nothing pejorative with that notion). Tunes, modes, rythms etc will change a lot depending on where you are but if you look at the bigger picture, it's all the same. Once again the decorum, the individuality, the superficialism makes all different but when you dig you find this similarity. And I love both feelings, I love to feel that difference, it's the proof of human creativity and ability to evolve no matter what, and I love to feel the connection that remains no matter how different it sounds at first.


The first time I saw you, you played a long improvised expanding piece with members of GNOD, do the musicians who collaborate with you determined the direction you might take and how do you connect with them?

Of course they determinate the direction from many ways. The most basic things, like how many people are joining, what instruments they play, will, obviously determine a lot of things. For instance that day there was a drummer, which is not something frequent for me, so I had to make my percussion loop more simple to give him the space he needs to express himslef. But the thing I like the most playing with Gnod is their incredible energy that makes you feel undestructible on stage. It's quite something. They played a bunch of time with me for HW sets and I played once as a member of Gnod in Manchester, it was really great to experience this.

Now I've taken a different path for a while, putting live collaborations away until further notice. I needed something different, especially after touring the US and playing with such great musicians. It was like an initiation rite. Now I can use everything I've learnt by playing with so many people over the years, which was such a great experience, with some hits and misses or course. The stability of the solo adventure is quite different, you take some risks as well but you have nothing to worry about or to focus on except what you're playing, and it feels good for me right now. It's possible that in a couple of years I'll miss this collective energy and go back to those jams, I don't know.


What I enjoyed about your set with GNOD was I improvised my light-show to what I was taking from the music as you played, almost playing my projectors & slides - blanking out the light in time like percussive tools themselves. Are there other occasions where you might collaborate with visuals aswell as musicians, it certainly all seemed to merge in my mind?

I'm about to start a collaboration with a visual artist called Maximilian Pearson. That'll be the first real sound / visual collab for me. I'm very excited about this. I'm into this idea of collaborating with other media. I am now using visuals for my live shows as well, it's nothing precise, just a collage of extracts from some great ethnological / ethnomusical documentaries but it helps to make it a bigger experience. Stimulating two senses is better than stimulating only one.


I read somewhere 'The Solar System Is My God', tell me more about this as Rocket can certainly relate to this?

This is one track title from my first LP ("Ascension" on Not Not Fun). Actually it comes from a Sun City Girls track called "God is My Solar System". I felt like my conviction was the opposite. Solar System Is My God. Make it better with capital letters. But it's not really true. Cosmos is my god, the universe is my god, it goes further than solar system. By Solar System here we symbolize the universe in its entirety. As I said before I feel like I'm a part of this universe. Earth is a tiny planet lost in the middle, or at the extremity, who knows, of the cosmos. Earth has been created by a reunion of broken pieces. Some of the planet's water comes from comets that hit the earth hundred of millions years ago and some essential life composants as well from meteors. We come from an extra terrestrial origin, even though I think extra terrestrial doesn't mean anything. Because it's so obvious we're a part of the whole, created into a whole, it's stupid to oppose terrestrial and extra terrestrial, it doesn't make any sense. The earth is extra terrestrial itself because it's just pieces of former cosmic matter.

Anyway the genealogy of religion is fear. Fear of the non understanding and fascination towards nature's mighty manifestation. First people on earth were scared by storms and earthquakes, it's quite legitimate, so they thought it was actions of higer power, deities god. Well I'm quite into that idea myself, and because we now understand what is a storm, what is an earthquake, it's the observation of the universe that makes this same feeling, responsible for the creation of religion, that's why I say "solar system is my god". It's a new kind of "oceanic feling", it's a "cosmic feeling". It's changing from fear to amazement.

It's not that I believe in a higher intelligence or some kind of designer, I'm thrilled with facts difficult to apprehend, like Einstein's relativity theories, Planck, the multiverse theorie, whatever, things that goes far beyond the concrete experience of life (you'll never experience time and space curving or go through a dark hole). It's like there are things out there that go far beyond anything a human being could imagine and invent. But we are good enough to "discover" those things, step by step. First men were looking at the stars and thought "what the fuck is this?", now we are able analyze the composition of planets, discovering exoplanets avery week, know how a star born and die...it's crazy the amount of knowledge we grabbed from the universe in such a small period of time.


What does the future hold for AI & High Wolf, any further alter egos?

HW has a new LP out now on Holy Mountain. Annapurna Illusion has a split coming, part of a tape box celebrating the end of the label Peasant Magik. I want to record the follow up to "Life Is An Illusion" anytime soon. I'm finishing a LP for Not Not Fun. Iibiis Rooge, my duo with Neil Campbell, will be out soon on Weird Forest. And I'll be busy with travelling, playing shows in Europe, Russia until march, touring USA in April, travelling in middle east in may and june...


Annapurna Illusion's Life is an Illusion still is available on vinyl & download


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8 Feb 2012

Download Serpentina Satelite albums for free with the bands consent

As a big 'fuck you' to SOPA, Serpentina Satellite are giving away free downloads of their two albums, 'Nothing to Say' and 'Mecanica Celeste'. Their album Mecanica Celeste came out on Rocket in 2010.

You can download them from here

You can still buy a LTD vinyl edition of Mecanica Celeste in the amazing foiled sleeve from the Invada store


Red vinyl Goatman 7"s for sale

Our friends at Invada records have got 30 red vinyl Goatman 7"s up for sale on their Big Cartel site.

You can snap one of these up from here.

The 7" is released on Monday February 13th, click here for more information about this great 7"


6 Feb 2012

Gnod and Shit and Shine prepare for a collision

We are extremely proud to announce that 2012 will see another Rocket Collisions release, this time between the mighty Gnod and the amazing Shit and Shine.

This will be the third Collisions release in the series following The Heads / White Hills and Mugstar / Oneida. And like these the previous two, this record will consist of two side long tracks, one by each band.

We at Rocket are excited to be finally putting out a Shit and Shine record after being fans of the band since their inception and their Riot Season and Noisestar releases are regulars on the Mission Control record deck. $&$ decamped to Austin Texas last year hence why this split with Gnod can be possible (keeping our anglo american theme) and since this move the band has been working with several new musicians including King Coffey from Butthole Surfers...very excited to see what they deliver.

Gnod are currently working on the initial parts of their track and the rumbles from the studio are apparently akin to Swans meets Shackleton!!!!! This is gonna be one mighty release!

This is what Gnod have to say about this forthcoming Collisions.

Watch this space for more info on this release plus also a fourth Collisions which is with the scientists as we speak!!


2 Feb 2012

Teeth of the Sea 'Chariots of Fire' Tour - March 2012

Teeth of the Sea '
Chariots of Fire' Tour - March 2012

Dates are as follows:

Fri 2nd March - Preston, Continental, with MUGSTAR and RAPID PIG
Sat 3rd March - Leeds, Brudenell Social, (British Wildlife Festival)
Sun 4th March - Liverpool, Mello Mello,
Mon 5th March - Birmingham, Hare & Hounds, with HEALTH AND EFFICIENCY
Tues 6th March - Cambridge, Portland Arms, with THREE TRAPPED TIGERS
Wed 14th March - London, Lexington, with PONTIAK and TRIESTE
Thurs 22nd March - Bristol, Croft, with BIG NATURALS


Gnod April 2012 European Tour

Gnod April 2012 European Tour

It’s that time of year again when GNOD are planning to take their cosmic asses on that golden road to Europe for a non-stop 3 weeks of sludging, relentless pound which includes a much sought after Roadburn Festival slot!

As you can see from our tour dates, there are still a few dates to fill so if you can help them out with a show (or two) on the dates which say ‘looking for show’, get in touch with them and discuss conditions, etc.

Gnorthern Tour

23rd Feb - The Banshee Labyrinth, Edinburgh
24th Feb - The 13th Note, Glasgow
25th Feb - The Kings Manor, Newcastle

Gnod April 2012 European Tour

8th April - Looking for show (UK / North France)
9th April - Looking for show (North France)
10th April - Eurofoot Cafe, Metz
11th April - TBC, Brussels
12th April - TBC, Liege
13th April - Roadburn Festival, Tilburg
14th April - Looking for show (North Germany)
15th April - Armaberokay, Kassell
16th April - Looking for show (North Germany)
17th April - Cafe Glocksee, Hannover
18th April - Krabbesholm, Skive
19th April - TBC, Odense / Nyborg
20th April - Salon Pissoir, Copenhagen
21st April - Schokoladen, Berlin
22nd April - Looking for show (East Germany)
23rd April - Azyl, Liberec
24th April - Looking for show (East or North Germany)
25th April - TBC, Hamburg
26th April - Looking for show (Central / South Germany)
27th April - MUZ-Club, Nurnberg
28th April - Looking for show (Belgium / France)
29th April - Looking for show (Belgium / France / UK)

For booking, info, etc please contact ingnodwetrust@hotmail.co.uk


1 Feb 2012

Rock Sound review GOAT 7"

Rock Sound have just given the Goat 7" 8/10 in their latest (Lost Prophets on the cover) Vinyl Junkies column. Thanks to Rocksound for this & snap them up while you can as they are very limited. With an LP to follow keep you eye posted on our blog for more information.

The Review Says:

'Probably one of the oddest records you'll hear this month but no less great for it, this lil' slice of voodoo-obsessed weirdness features two tracks that merge spiralling psych rock and giddy afrobeat influences to startling effect.'



GNOD Chaudelande Volume 2 - Pre-order

Rocket would like to introduce 'Tamed Records' GNOD - Chaudelande Volume 2.

Yet again this Volume has barely left our playlist recently, hence we would like to support the band with our highest approval, so order your copy via the French label before they disappear.


Second and final part of the Chaudelande session, following the first volume. On this lp GNOD brings us higher in their heavy cosmic trip with 3 songs which are focused on their heavy space rock side (or space punk maybe ?). This record makes you feel like all your bones are being gripped by electric hands and that your mind is evaporating in a percussive trance. GNOD manipulates fire and wind and doesn’t let yourself control anything but puts you under hypnosis that reveals your old tribe remembrances. Certainly the closest recording to GNOD live sound, if you had the chance to see them playing live, you know what it means. This is the second chapter of what was a real collaborative experience for us at Tamed records.

The next Gnod live shows will be a weekend of Gnorthern shows starting on 23rd February in Edinburgh at The Banshee Labyrinth with Muscletusk and Lunar Landing Module. Then it’s on to Glasgow on the 24th to play with The Cosmic Dead and Pyramidion at The 13th Note… and finally our first Newcastle show on the 25th will be at The Kings Manor with Drunk In Hell, The Cosmic Dead and Eyeballs. They're very much looking forward to travelling Gnorth and playing with these great bands, it’s gonna be a blast!

Watch this space for more info on the up & coming ROCKET CD and DOWNLOAD versions of Volume 1 & 2.