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God Damn


God Damn

Label: One Little Indian

Dropped like a pipe-bomb into the British rock scene, Wolverhampton band God Damn have spent the last three years nailing audiences to the walls with their sonic blasts of glorious noise. Yet their debut album Vultures offers more than just machismo, bombast and bluster. There is nuance and melody. Purpose and meaning. Heartfelt intent.

A dizzying blend of barbed wire guitars, lung-shredding vocals and drums that run away like wild horses. It’s all the more effective when you learn God Damn are a stripped-down two-piece.

They began life as a three-piece in and around Wolverhampton. They came of age surfing that sonic wave of American noise that perhaps collectively represented the pinnacle of alternative rock music - The Jesus Lizard, The Pixies, early Nirvana – whilst also name-checking the textured diversity and unique atmospherics of Portishead, Tom Waits, The Mars Volta and Neutral Milk Hotel as less obvious influences. Stylistically they take cues from those whose surnames alone when mentioned immediately bring a distinct, epoch-making sound to mind: Cash, Hendrix, Page, Bonham, Homme.

Their set-up has naturally drawn comparisons to fellow rising bands such as Slaves and Royal Blood (we’re inclined to name-check Winnnebago Deal and Wet Nuns at this juncture too) but really that is where comparisons to duos end. God Damn always call themselves “a band.”

Vultures presents a universe of sound, from the low-end melodic boom of sneering anthem ‘Silver Spooned’ through the sub-dark psychedelic breakdown of ‘We Don’t Like You’ to the unexpected lo-fi strummed opening of the throbbing and utterly tumescent nine-minute sludge epic ‘Skeletons’. As debuts go God Damn have nailed their colours to the flagpole and torched the fucker.

God damn are:
Thom Edward - guitar/vocals
Ash Weaver - drums


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God Damn release new album ‘Everything Ever’ + London show

23 Sep 2016

Wolverhampton’s God Damn release

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19 May 2016

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God Damn: New Single ‘Dead To Me’ Out Today

16 Oct 2015

God Damn’s brand new single ‘Dead To

God Damn: Track Premiere on Clash + Tour Announcement

25 Sep 2015

God Damn’s brand new single ‘Dead To

God Damn Kick Off Summer Tour

09 Jun 2015

After having just supported the Foo


27 May 2015

More exciting God Damn news! After


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