“A lurching slab of cathartic post-psych ferocity.” The Quietus
“A brutalised statement of art and of intent.” Terrascope
Today sees the release of GNOD's latest album 'La Mort Du Sens' – 5 tracks of ferocious psych-punk-noise for your soul.
Go to your local shop and pick up a ltd edition 'blue vinyl', – or if you are lucky, try to find one of the very special 'Dinked' versions. The band will also have ltd edition 'red vinyl' versions on sale at their up-and-coming shows. The album is also available on CD and you can pick that up from Bandcamp:
GNOD are finally hitting the road this month, so do not miss the chance to blow those cobwebs in your ears away:
Nov 11 / Preston / The Ferret
Nov 12 / London / Studio 9294
Nov 13 / Margate / Elsewhere
Nov 14 / Brighton / The Hope and Ruin
Nov 15 / Bristol / The Lanes
Nov 16 / Cardiff / The Moon
Nov 17 / Leicester / The Soundhouse
Nov 18 / Leeds / Mabgate Bleach
Nov 19 / Glasgow / Nice & Sleazy
Nov 20 / Newcastle / Brave Exhibitions Festival
April 29 (2022) / London / Desert Festival
If one overarching feeling has dominated the last two years on this orbiting rock, it’s uncertainty. A sense of an old order in ruins, and nothing lined up to replace it. With societal strife, psychic warfare and sheer boredom assaulting us from all fronts in this still-fresh decade, co-ordinates have been hard to place forging a path forward. Therefore, who better to turn to as a soundtrack for this tumultuous new era than GNOD - longtime chroniclers of discord.
Masters of an approach which manages to be both unmistakable and unpredictable. GNOD are now well established as prophets of the dispossessed. ‘La Mort Du Sens’ is no less than another relentlessly invigorating stop-off on their wild ride to who knows where.