17 Jan 2019

GNOD announce 2019 Shows

GNOD and GNOD R&D have announced some shows for 2019:

14 Feb / Phipps Hall / Huddersfield  Info
16 Feb / Unclouded Festival, EKKO / Utrecht  Info

21 Feb / The Peer Hat / Manchester  Info
22 Feb / Trades Club / Hebden Bridge  Info
24-26 May / Raw Power Festival / London  Info
06 July / Astral Festival / Bristol  Info

And you can still buy Ltd colour vinyl versions of GNOD's recent albums here:

Aquarian Downer (White Hills)

Chapel Perilous

Just Say No To The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine


Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation at Mutations Festival

Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation's first show of 2019 is at the great Mutations Festival in Brighton.

Info/Tickets from here: Mutations


Ltd GNOD and GOAT T-shirts up for presale

Due to the constant requests to make more GNOD and GOAT shirts we have decided to do another ltd run. 

There's only 50 of each available – in the sizes, S, M, L, XL and XXL. And they are ready to preorder now, shipping expected to be within a couple of weeks:

GNOD - Just Say No T-shirt (Red)
Preorder here

GOAT - Goatman T-shirt (Dark Heather)
Preorder here

GOAT  - Goatman T-shirt (Black)
Preorder here


Listen to Gum Takes Tooth Interview on Reprezent Radio

Listen above to Gum Takes Tooth's recent interview with Ailbhe Máiréad on Reprezent Radio

The show also contains a play of Teeth of the Sea's mighty Hiraeth and a killer Petbrick remix of Deafkids.


15 Jan 2019

Bonnacons of Doom play Kozfest

Bonnacons of Doom are playing this years Kozfest in North Devon

Info/tickets here: Kozfest


Poster for Gum Takes Tooth show at new Sheffield space 'HATCH'

Info/Tickets here: Hatch


Bad Luck interviews Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs

They say:

To put my cards on the table, when I first saw the name Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs I was truly horrified. I’ve never felt comfortable with the animal, following a horrendous incident as an infant in which I was trampled half to death after climbing into a pig pen. The pigs in question were a feature on a nearby neighbour’s farm, which I drunkenly discovered after toddling away from my parent’s homestead. Thinking the animals to be a fun and friendly group, I scaled the side of the pen and went in for a hug. The hogs, taking this as a sign of aggression, immediately fomented themselves into a furious frenzy, quickly overpowering and knocking me down into the mud. Being such a formative age, the memory exists as more of a blurry vignette than a distinctive scene. I remember the squealing snouts as I writhed in the hideous quagmire of swill. I remember blood, panic, terror. I was lucky to escape with my life. Interestingly, my companion Deirdre attributes my love of pork products to this encounter, seeing the appetite as a subconscious form of revenge. 

Thusly, upon discovering Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs on the Rocket roster, my initial reaction was one of shock and revulsion. My mind quickly flashed back to that one Monmouthshire morning and the terrible thundering of trotters. Taking it upon myself to conquer this initial prejudice though, I gave the album a spin. King of Cowards, as it turned out, was one of the absolute best records I had heard in years...

Read the full interview here: Bad Luck