‘THE DANGERS OF EVIL BLIZZARD’ OUT NOW ON LOUDER THAN WAR RECORDS
LIVE AT THE LEXINGTON, ISLINGTON LONDON MAY 29TH
“A fearsome collision of Hawkwind, Krautrock, molten noise, dazzling psychedelic lights and weird, gnarly looking masks.” The Guardian
“This is the bad trip your teachers warned you about.” Rock a Rolla
“Every generation needs it own shock rock panto, this will do nicely.” Classic Rock
“ By and By Evil Blizzard are the perfect storm of… oddness” Kerrang!
4 bass players, a singing drummer, a baby’s head theremin and a dancing sacrificial pig….
Welcome to the surreal and slightly worrying world of Evil Blizzard. An assault on the ears and the eyes, their brutal onslaught of bludgeoning riffs has been making friends and enemies in equal measures throughout the country over the past 12 months.
The debut album THE DANGERS OF EVIL BLIZZARD is out now on Louder Than War records on CD, download and very limited edition pink vinyl.
Comprising of four bass guitars, with minimal vocals, keyboards and samples, the band have drilled right into the void currently present in the UK music scene. With influences ranging from Hawkwind, Dub Reggae, Krautrock and Black Sabbath they have amassed a huge and dedicated following in a short space of time, playing with such varied acts as Bo Ningen, Conan, Goldblade, Ufomammut, Gnod and Mugstar.
Spotted at an early gig by Mark E Smith, who promptly took the band on tour supporting The Fall, the band have spent the past year gathering phenomenal reviews for their incredible live shows which feature a myriad of masks, on stage brawls, off stage brawls, stage invasions and audience participation. Their tribal and ritualistic performances are a B-Movie theatre of the absurd; a mix of bewilderment and celebration.
The album was recorded live in one take at Sunshine Studios in Manchester by Andy Gibbon (who has worked with The Fall amongst others). Recording it took 5 hours. Mixing it to emulate the chaos of them live took 5 months. See the band live:
The Lexington, London Islington May 29th