21 May 2018

Teeth of the Sea to support JG Thirlwell

Teeth of the Sea are to support JG Thirlwell's Xordox at Corsica Studios on 5 July:

Baba Yaga's Hut Presents:

JG Thirlwell's Xordox + Teeth of the Sea
July 5 
Corsica Studios (Elephant Road, SE17 1LB London, United Kingdom)



BBC 6 Music give exclusive play to new Goat ttrack

On Friday Tom Ravenscroft gave the global first listen of a new GOAT track called Friday Pt 1 which is the bside of goats single Let it Burn that is released on Friday.

Listen to it here: BBC 6 Music

The 7" single is available in four colours different colour versions Yellow, Red, Orange and Purple will be available to buy from all good record shops from this Friday.

Also on the show Tom also give a play to the Bonnacons of Doom single Argenta


19 May 2018

NARC reviews GNOD at The Cluny

It reads:

Gnod get heads spinning too – though in their case the effect is more akin to being struck repeatedly with a rusty shovel. Incendiary throughout, their set carries one of the most forceful openers my ears have faced in the 15-minute Donovan’s Daughters. Setting out as an ominous, menacing dirge, its gradual hitches in heaviness prove little preparation for a climax of truly nuclear proportions; a blistering eruption whose aural impact is nothing short of barbaric...

Read the full review here: NARC


18 May 2018

Bonnaons of Doom's debut album released today

Today sees the release of Bonnaons of Doom's S/T debut album!!

You can buy ltd edition LP in a diecut/mirrorboard sleeve on either 'Acid Splatter' or 'Blacker than Black' vinyl from your local record shop from today.

You can also stream/download to the album via Spotify | Apple Music | iTunes


“Black caped & mirror-masked Bonnacons of Doom incorporate death trombone drones into their massed matras and psychic wailings.” Mojo

“Incredible feedback-drenched psych rock.” The Quietus

“Bonacons of Doom are hard to beat. If GOAT swapped their feral acid-afrobeat for lurid drone and crushing motorik drum-fire, and traded tribal feathers for hooded capes and reflective masks, you might be part way there.” Clash 

"A brutal, pounding monstrosity." Soundblab

“Bonnacons of Doom are patient with their music making, allowing forms to slowly take hold.” The 405 

“Imagine Master Musicians of Bukkake playing a house party on The Wicker Man island.” Echoes and Dust

"Mesmerizingly beautiful, with haunting vocal melodies, a repetitive drone undercurrent and lashings of fuzzy guitars which tickle all the right senses." Backseat Mafia

"This is alternate reality as each wave crashes more heavily on the rocks of noise each time upping the ante towards a chilling and thrilling climax." Psych Insight


The band are currently on tour and have announced further dates in June/August:

18 May - Wine Nat / White Heat Festival, Nante
19 May - La Malterie, Lille 
25 May - Shacklewell Arms / Raw Power Festival, London
22nd June - The Cube, Bristol 
9th August - The Moon, Cardiff 
10th August - The Cluny, Newcastle 


17 May 2018

Watch IMPATV footage of Julie's Haircut, Gnoomes, Mamuthones and Kuro live at Rocket Twenty


Islington Gazette interviews Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs about next weeks Raw Power performance

It says:

Geordie roar: Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs return to Raw Power Festival
Ahead of their performance at The Dome in Tufnell Park on May 26, frontman Matt Baty discusses the band’s high-energy live shows and funding their forthcoming second album

Raw Power Festival will be returning to The Dome and Boston Music Room, in Tufnell Park over the Bank Holiday weekend. Raw Power Festival will be returning to The Dome and Boston Music Room, in Tufnell Park over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Speaking to Matt Baty, the softly spoken, down-to-earth frontman of the amusingly named five-piece Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs (aka Pigs x7), you get little sense, at first, of the intensity, some might even say ferocity, of their sound.

Drawing influence from old school psychedelic outfits like Motörhead and Black Sabbath, as well as the sludgier doom metal of more recent decades, Pigs x7 burst onto the scene with an EP, in 2013.

“We came up with just Pigs initially, because I think that’s how we were feeling about ourselves mentally at the time,” he jokes, as we talk over the phone from his hometown of Newcastle, “and then repeating it seven times was just making it as obnoxious as possible...

Read the rest here: Islington Gazette


Watch IMPATV footage of GNOD live at Rocket Twenty via The Quietus

Watch IMPATV footage of GNOD's skull-crushing set at  our Rocket Twenty weekender above.

See what The Quietus say about it here: The Quietus

Huge thanks to IMPATV and The Quietus for all their support of our amazing weekender, still blown away with how amazing it was.