Sorry this is in the wrong thread but the 'yourmusic' thread is fucked and I want to put this out there:
As of today (25th January 2010) the debut album by Godzilla Black is available for free download at
Recorded and mixed by the band, it should a excite fans of all music generally but perhaps in particular those with a taste for the strange and different.
Check the myspace page for upcoming live dates - a special free show to celebrate the download release is to be held at the Unicorn in Camden on the 20th February, with Chickenhawk and Crabs (feat. members of Chromehoof), plus before that a gig with Olid and Nitkowksi on the 9th February at the Millers in London Bridge.
If the fact that it's free isn't enough to entice you, here's a review from Organ:
This one turns ears and grabs minds straight away, this is different, this is good! A whole album’s worth and all ready to go. Twelve tracks from the London band that instantly demand attention. Pointy drumming, cultured yelping and all angular, not your regular angles mind you, this band are seriously different – burning wires and a fear of a flat planet, don’t fall off the edge now. How are we going to dance around the architecture this time? They sound like they should be on one of those genuinely cutting edge labels like Skingraft, they sound a little like Arab On Radar without really sounding anything like anyone with what sounds like two drummers and a whole load of Pulp Fiction and new wave fizz and fuzz and tribal and kind of unsettling.... Rumbling, rolling, new wave bite, a surf-kissed riff here, an edgy roll there, and really like nothing that can be conveniently pinned down... Alien tunes that will sail very close to the edge of your world – mostly drumming... Under-pinned by some frantic drumming, there is two of them hitting those isn’t there? They were a little light on information, just hand delivered disc dropped though our door with no names or anything, kind of disturbing to think these people are on our doorstep late at night... Twelve seriously good tracks and a front line album ready to go, seriously good, seriously different, now if we were still in the record releasing business we'd be on the phone straight away -
Thank you, and enjoy!