3 Apr 2017
Music OMH and God s in the TV reviews Gnod
Music OMH say:
With a title as wordy as Just Say No To The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine, you’d think that Gnod has crammed their latest album with politically charged rhetoric. After all, it’s not as if the world hasn’t taken a veer to the right of late and unless you’re particularly pleased with Brexit, the alt-right, Trump, et al, or you’re an aging punk splendidly resident in the USA intent on trolling your rapidly disappearing fan base, there’s plenty going on to work with at the moment.
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God s in the TV say:
Based in Salford, Greater Manchester, Gnod have established themselves over the last decade as a force to be reckoned with. Incorporating krautrock, noise, punk and other influences, their rotating line-up consistently makes for a breath of fresh air. Brexit, Trump and right-wing populism have ignited something in art. Potent politicised music is alive and well no matter how many miserable ageing punks and hipster think-pieces try to tell you otherwise. How is it possible for artists to be politically apathetic in times like these? The messages behind Just Say No To The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine hardly need explaining. It’s all in the title. Five songs spread across a vast, stimulating 40 minutes, this is an unmistakably flawless Gnod record.
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