We have a handful of the 7" in stock at the moment but numbers are very limited and these will go quickly. These are also available from the Bandcamp page.
Thursday, 9 May 2013
Superhot Records is on Facebook. We're currently working with some very cool bands and have some awesome releases and great new music on the way.
A lot of our news will be shared and announced on Facebook so head over to our page and give us a like.
See you there.
Monday, 24 September 2012
|October - Tour with Wight|
|15th||Live on Radio Unerhört||Marburg||Germany|
|19th||White Trash Fast Food||Berlin||Germany|
|20th||Rock the Hall Festival||Mitwitz||Germany||FB link|
|October - Tour with Groan|
|23th||The Wheatsheaf||Oxford||UK||FB link|
|24th||The Bay Horse||Manchester||UK||FB link|
|25th||Passion Rocks||Sunderland||UK||FB link|
|26th||Royal Park Cellars, no Groan :(||Leeds||UK||FB link|
|27th||The Black Heart||London||UK||FB link|
|3rd||Venomfest III - The Anvil||Bournemouth||UK||FB link|
|17th||Club 85||Hitchin||UK||FB link|
Monday, 17 September 2012
Any follower of GURT's actions will have noticed that this year has meant a significant line up change within the band with Jamie McCathie (Guitar) and John Hughes (Bass) exiting the band at the end of 2011 to travel to foreign pastures to live. This has meant that new recruits in the form of Rich Williams on guitar (of Sedulus fame) and David Blakemore on Bass (who has filled in on previous gigs) have taken up the challenge of replacing 2 of the founding members…. And WHAT A JOB THEY HAVE DONE!!
Anyone who has had the chance to see the new Version 2.0 of GURT will now see how well the 4 have connected and a new found energy has been used into producing a brand NEW EP for all to hear before 2012 is over! In order to complete the transition in an interesting way this recording of songs will feature both Jamie and Rich on guitar duties and will feature 5 members on the songs featured...
The You Ain't From Around These Parts EP features:
- 1: (Pre) Verted (Intro)
- 2: You Ain’t From Around These Parts?
- 3: Inverted Pill Willy (Wollop)
Pre-orders are available now from www.gurt.bigcartel.com ahead of release in early November and will only be available on CD format produced independently by the band.
As well as the CD release you can order a special Edition Release pack which features:
A copy of the You Ain't From Around These Parts EP CD.
A special edition T-shirt featuring Front and Back design.
A Limited Edition woven patch featuring the Band logo.
A sticker and badge pack based around the New artwork.
Watch the Trailer for the new release that details whats featured in the Special Editon Pack below:
Thursday, 2 August 2012
Stubb have put up a video for the currently unreleased track Under a Spell. Check it out.
Under a Spell was recently featured on the awesome compilation "The Ripple Effect Presents: Volume 1 - Head Music". You can hear and download the whole compilation via the Ripple Effect Bandcamp Page or just stream it via the player below.
Friday, 27 July 2012
We thought it would be cool to knock up a few beer glasses in honour of one of our personal favourite songs from the album, I Want Another Drink. And there they are, "I Want Another Drink" on one side (hey, who doesn't?) and the Trippy logo on the other.
So here's the deal; the pre-order will run for one week from Friday 27th July to Friday 3rd August. The glasses will take about two weeks from then to make and we'll ship 'em out as soon as we've got them.
Once the pre-order has closed then that's it. We'll only make as many as we have orders for so get your order in quick sharp.
The glasses hold a pint. A pint of booze, a pint of milk, a pint of whatever the hell your favourite tipple is.Order your glass here.
Tuesday, 26 June 2012
Wizard's Beard have just put up their first album, Pure Filth for free download for the next 200 people to download it. Released through psycheDOOMelic Records in 2011, their own description of filth ridden, hate filled sludge tells you everything you need to know.
Grab it for free from here while you can:
Here's their more recent Four Tired Undertakers released on Altsphere Production in February 2012.
I threw the usual questions at Craig from the band and this is what he had to say.
Give us a brief history of the band
Me & Trav we're in another band together, and when we decided to put an end to that, we knew we wanted to do something else together. So we started Wizard's Beard. I knew Dan from being out & about at gigs, and despite never really doing much doom style drumming (Dan's naturally a death metal drummer), he's very much in to that kind of music and wanted to give it a go. Once the 3 of us started to gel, I got in touch with Chris. I was a fan of Chris' from his days in Agent of the Morai.
What are some of your favourite British underground bands, past or present?
There's been plenty of hidden gems over here. Although at the moment, there is definitely some not-so-hidden ones. Conan & Slabdragger are absolutely destroying at the moment. Me, Chris & Trav are also massive long time fans of Palehorse.....what a band! Undersmile, Khuda, Tree of Sores and the ever bizarre Sloth Hammer are a few others you should check out. Although they have now left us, Wiht were awesome. One of the biggest influences on all of us are Iron Monkey, a band that is sorely missed.
What are your plans for the future?
Originally I planned on us recording around October time. But now Trav has a little Wizard on the way, due around then. So I think we'll just relax and enjoy the process of working on new stuff together, and maybe look to record again early next year. There's nothing sorted with a label or anything so we don't know how we'll be putting it out, but we'll see. It'd be nice to get a few festival dates in next year too, so any promoters, please get in touch!
Where's the best place people can keep up with what you are up to?
To be honest, we've not being the best at keeping people up to date recently. However the website (Wizard's Beard Website) will be sorted in the next couple of weeks and we'll get the Facebook updated (Wizard's Beard on Facebook). So they'll be the places to look for info. If anyone has any questions, they can always drop us a mail.
If you like this and want to find some more great new bands there's a whole series about the British underground scene.