5 Feb 2013
More Anthroprophh reviews
Louder than War have published a review of the Anthroprophh album that was written by Brett Savage from the great Manchester band Dead Sea Apes:
"Anthroprophh is a “psych space rock project with analogue electronics”. It’s also pretty original. The first release by the band came out a week or so ago & here’s our review.
Over the course of the last 20 years or so, Bristol’s The Heads have steadily matured from a fairly marginal psych-grunge / stoner outfit into a band with a fully fledged cult status. This is in spite of the fact that they have seemed to have been on a semi-permanent hiatus for a good while now. Live dates and a positive tsunami of archive releases have kept them firmly in the imagination in their growing legions of fans, and have also served to widen fissures that have exposed some of the more esoteric influences that drove the band. There are any number of US psych rock bands willing to attest to the lasting influence of The Heads, not least one Ripley Johnson of Wooden Shjips / Moon Duo fame..."
Read the rest of the review here: Louder than War
We have also found this following review, though we can't read it, hope it is good: Anthroprophhh review
Above photo taken by the mighty Squid Tempest at last weekends album launch at the Shacklewell Arms