We have T-shirts. They’re on RedBubble, and are of each of our excellent album covers. If you like our music, you should get one and let the world know you like our music! If you just want a t-shirt by the most obscure, unheard of, band that will make you look cool just for knowing about them… we’re that band. Buy a t-shirt. Then buy the album. 🙂
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For the last few years. Since we reformed after our 13 year gap to record the 13EP (SoundCloud), with Dark Moon – the missing 13th track from the first album. We’ve tried to release the new stuff we’ve done on Friday the 13th. I missed the target this year (hands up, it was me). I could probably have done it, but wasn’t paying attention. Space Cowboys Under The Sea Of Japan will be out in December. You can stream it now from SoundCloud though.
Flesh Reunion, the last album, is in the stores. Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, or Spotify.
We’ve already mentioned the 13EP, before that was the long ‘hiatus’ as musicians call it, and before that was HowManyDevils1 (on SoundCloud).
Of course, after we release the 13EP on Friday the 13th, we were blatantly copied by Black Sabbath with their album called 13. I do suspect they stole all our marketing effort which is why their album charted and ours didn’t. (Surely three men in their 40’s in Yorkshire would be more popular than 4 men in their 60’s from the Midlands). We took revenge though, by making Halfway There sound a little like them…
We are very, very close to (i.e. months of tweaking mixes away from) releasing Space Cowboys Under The Sea Of Japan. Our third full length album. I thought I take a look back at the first (which is streamable on SoundCloud), HowManyDevils1 or as it was known at the time HowManyDevils. The obvious thing that has changed in the nearly 20 years that have passed is that we’ve got more imaginative with the album titles. We’ve also lost a drummer, the career path has paralleled Spinal Tap in that respect. Technology has changed: in 1998 we recorded HowManyDevils1 in an old factory in Sheffield squeezing 6 tracks out of two four-track cassette machines, in 2014 we recorded Flesh Reunion with near unlimited digital tracks on a laptop.
Have we changed musically? I’m the not the right person to answer that, listen to Flesh Reunion on SoundCloud and tell us if we’ve changed! I’ll have to ask the others about their influences then and now. I know at the time the significant bands to me were Nirvana, Manic Street Preachers, Mansun, Placebo, and a little bit of Nine Inch Nails snuck in. Simon was probably listening to Smashing Pumpkins, Hole, and Babes In Toyland. From a 90’s point of view I know Pete was in to Pearl Jam, but Pete always had broader tastes that just what was happening at the time.