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

23 Sep 2016

Wolverhampton’s God Damn release their new album Everything Ever today. Set to join Red Fang and Torche on a UK tour from September 26th before descending on Europe as main support to Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes, God Damn play an intimate album release show tonight at London’s Boston Music Room.

Featuring the new single, ‘Sing This’, which launched as Daniel P Carter’s Rockest Record on BBC Radio1, as well as album highlights ‘Ghost’, dubbed “louder than Black Sabbath having a screaming row with Nirvana” by the NME, and ‘Fake Prisons’, which DIY Magazine described as “a stomping introduction”, Everything Ever is a 13 track behemoth of artfully crafted noise-pop. Picking up further praise from Kerrang!, Popmatters, Punktastic, Upset Magazine, Team Rock and more, the band have delivered a second album so smart, so irresistible, so made-for-radio, so slips-down-the-ears-so-easily-you-barely-notice-it’s-trying-to-slit-yer-throat that even your granny will be whistling the likes of ‘Dead To Me’ before Christmas.

Produced by Ross Orton (The Fall, Drenge, Tricky, MIA) and recorded at McCall Sound Studio in Sheffield, Everything Ever sounds everything like God Damn, and yet nothing like Vultures – their debut album that came inspired by more than a handful of demons - and simultaneously rocketed the duo onto grand festival stages, and stadium gigs across the UK with the likes of the Foo Fighters.

God Damn play an intimate album release show tonight, September 23rd, at London’s Boston Music Room before a UK tour with Red Fang and Torche at the dates listed below. They join Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes on the road through Europe in October.

September
23 London, Boston Music Rooms (release day headline show)
26 Brighton, Concorde 2
27 London, Koko
28 Bristol, Bierkeller
29 Leeds, Stylus
30 Manchester, Manchester Academy 2

October
02 Birmingham, Institute2
03 Glasgow, Garage
04 Newcastle, Riverside
05 Southampton, Engine Rooms

Tickets available here


Listen to Everything Ever here

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