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  • SHRIMP cassette
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    Limited edition pro-dubbed cassette, which professionally printed 5-panel inlay and professionally printed O card. All profits go to Ryosuke Kiyasu to help with the cost of a van break in days after he recorded this release.

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A maelstrom of clanging, shrieking guitar, relentless frenetic drum savagery and inhuman vocals. Shrimp, in direct contrast to the weakness implied by its moniker, is the sonic equivalent of being trapped within a chitinous storm of pincers and consists of a thirty minute studio onslaught and a live recording, featuring additional electronic noise.

A one off (for now) collaborative entity comprising of Jon O’Neill (The Smokin’ Coconuts, The Shits, Skronk et al), Chris Watson (Snakes Don’t Belong in Alaska, Forest Mourning), James Watts (Plague Rider, Lovely Wife, Lump Hammer et al),Rob Woodcock (Plate Maker, Fret!) and Ryosuke Kiyasu (Sete Star Sept, Fushitsusha, Kiyasu Orchestra et al); Shrimp was formed to perform as part of the bill at Ryosuke’s solo Old Police House gig and was subsequently recorded at First Avenue Studios, committing the same intensity to a full studio set up. Both recordings show the band at full free grind force for the duration, with no stops and little respite beyond the undulations of the improvisation.


released January 25, 2019

Jon O’Neill – Guitar

Chris Watson – Guitar

James Watts – Vocals

Ryosuke Kiyasu – Drums

Rob Woodcock – Electronics (on Total Power)

Light as Hell was recorded, mixed and Mastered in First Avenue Studios by David Curle

Total Power was recorded live in The Old Police House, Gateshead

Art and design by James Watts


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