Fat Goth announce release ‘Sin Altar’!

August 4, 2014


For fans of… Mike Patton, The Jesus Lizard, Melvins, Mclusky

“Sick Shit.” – Rock Sound

“…distortion driven delights.” – Kerrang!

They’ve abused the T Break stage at this year’s T in the Park, their third album One Hundred Percent Suave has dominated the rock press like a kinky politician, and now Fat Goth have released single Sin Altar.

Sin Altar has already picked up support from the likes of Amazing Radio and was featured on Ally McCrae‘s BBC Introducing T in The Park Highlights show. You can stream and buy it now via Fat Goth’sBandCamp page.

The Skinny recently filmed the Fat Goth boys at their rehearsal space in Dundee before they hit T in the Park. If you missed this special, intimate performance of single Sin Altar live, you can still catch it on The Skinny‘s YouTube channel.

Sin Altar is a nightmarish gut punch of a track, throwing dark shadows on unfamiliar roads in a part of town where stopping for directions is likely to leave you bundled in a bathtub, packed in ice and minus a kidney. If you’ve ever accidentally walked into a metal club wearing crocs and a pair of chinos, you’ll be familiar with the track’s overall tone. It doesn’t want to rock you. It wants to use you, give you bus fare and never call you again.

If you’ve managed to miss Fat Goth during their recent spate of live shows, you can make it up for it by catching them at the Hothouse stage at the Belladrum Festival. Check below for full details:


August 9th – Hothouse Stage – Belladrum Festival

You can stream and buy One Hundred Percent Suave on Fat Goth’s Bandcamp

‘Class A’ premiered on Rock Sound and is now available to download from the band’s SoundCloud page. The video for the track was premiered exclusively by Kerrang!, and is available to watch on the band’sYouTube channel.

You can also download ‘Sweet Mister Scary’ via Kerrang!‘s SoundCloud page as well as Fat Goth‘s official SoundCloud page.

Sin Altar is released via Hefty Dafty with support from Creative Scotland and is available to download viaBandcamp.

Buy their album One Hundred Percent Suave on iTunes or Bandcamp… if you dare.

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