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Those loveable Punk funsters The Sensible Gray Cells return with a suitably seasonal single, complete with a crazy video shot at the beach last summer..  Captain Sensible (The Damned) on guitar/vocals, Paul Gray (The Damned) on bass/vocals, with Marty Love (Johnny Moped) on drums are celebrating all things that are daft and frustrating about the festive season. The band’s Continue Reading
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Sad news has shocked friends, fans and fellow musicians as it was revealed that Geordie Walker, guitarist of Killing Joke, had passed away last night in  Prague, following a massive stroke he suffered on Friday. Geordie's style was understated - no flashy solos - yet he conveyed Killing Joke's immensely powerful music through chords and melodies in a way that nobody else Continue Reading
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'Strangler In The Light' a biography of The Stranglers extraordinary bass player Jean-Jacques Burnel has recently been published in English. Compiled from a series of online interviews conducted by writer Anthony Boile, this biography is an easy one to pick up and put down, as the chapters don't have to be read in strict order to obtain fascinating insights into JJ's life Continue Reading
New Releases Punk News
A new single from Guadeloupe Punks The Bolokos is out today! 'Factory' is one hell of a record - bold, biting bass lines from Océ Cheapfret underpin a blistering beat from Mister Fridge, overlaid with Edy Caramello's raging guitar riffs. A song about the enforced apathy of the workforce, stuck on the treadmill, it takes a shot at the system which has enslaved us. Shot in a Continue Reading