Garage-punks Nothingheads share new single ‘Cockroach 2051’

December 17, 2019
Ben Coiacetto


New single ‘Cockroach 2051’ out now

Scuzzy garage-punk London four-piece Nothingheads have released their ferocious new single – ‘Cockroach 2051’.

It follows recent release ‘Topsy’ which was launched at The Waiting Room and premiered via Louder Than War. The unhinged and epically heavy track recalls the likes of The Jesus Lizard and The Membranes.

The band tell us that “the idea for Cockroach 2051 all came from a film called the very brief life of an ember. A load of street kids takeover Manila in a decadent future and run riot. The synth sirens and choppy guitars are as chaotic sounding as possible”.

It was recorded by Chris Smith at Kluster Studios. The new noisemakers have already played with some of the country’s strongest upcoming artists including the likes of Japanese Television, Nuha Ruby Ra, Ugly, Something Leather, Swedish Death Candy, Human Pet and The Cosmics. They’ve also been championed by some of the best in local promoters Club The Mammoth and Exploding Head Sessions.

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