Pyskosis Announce Album Title

10270769_10152859221929762_6396454584800178621_nIt’s been promised, it’s been recorded and now we’re on the home stretch in the build up to one of the most exciting releases you could ask for – the debut album from Psykosis. Those who read Tickets There might have picked up a certain affection we hold for the band. It’s not a warm, embracing, loving affecting you understand – it’s more a hostile, cannibalistic, whiskey fuelled sense of ridiculous manslaughter mayhem sort of affection. Today that affection is growing as the album name and possible art work hint have been unveiled by the band.

‘Welcome to the Psykoward’ is the title suggested for the Dublin band’s first full length release. The date is sketchy, but it’s being promised to appear this summer and the band are continuing on with live shows in the mean time. You can catch this in Fibber MaGee’s this Friday when they compete in Quarter Semi-section Alpha Final ABB 123z of the Bloodstock completion. After that they’re supporting M.O.D. on June 24th before the highly anticipated and long time coming Evile, eventually take the stage of the Voodoo lounge on September 26th.

This promises to be one of the most exciting releases of the year so you can almost maybe bet money Tickets There will have regular updates*

*Don’t bet money – you know what we’re like.

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One Response to “Pyskosis Announce Album Title”

  1. […] Amon Amarth, Carcass, Saxon and many more. Good timing for the band as they’re planning to release their debut album, Welcome to The Psykoward, later this […]

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