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EHT Announce GAMA BOMB, Psykosis, Edenfire and More for Thrash Metal Bash @ Fibbers

Posted in Gig Listing, Music with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 17, 2013 by Tickets There

521809_10151533964327435_373124109_nEHT Promotions have just announced a thrash metal bash to end them all. This August, GAMA BOMB, along with Psykosis, Edenfire, Exzeltic, Animator and Snowblind will take over Dublin’s Fibber MaGees for a night of full on bullet belt mayhem. It all takes place on August 16th with tickets costing €15. Doors are at six so get there early.

Gama Bomb are currently gearing up for the release of their fourth album, The Terror Tapes which is out this Friday. Earlier this month the first single, ‘Terrorscope‘ was released on 7″ after initially being released as a free download in March. The artwork for Terror Tapes was designed by legendary horror artist Graham Humphreys (Nightmare on Elm Street / Evil Dead).

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GAMA BOMB Announce New Album Artwork / Track listing and Release Details

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, News with tags , , , , , , , on March 6, 2013 by Tickets There

31930_539926336029359_1651500463_nOur old pals Gama Bomb are preparing to re-assault the Irish and global metal scene with the release of their fourth album next month. Titled, ‘The Terror Tapes’, this will be the band’s first release since 2009’s ‘Tales From The Grave In Space’.

The Terror Tapes will hit European Shelves on April 19th followed by a US release on May 7th. It’s release will be proceeded by their brand new single, Terrorscope which will be made available as a free download on March 26th. The track listing can be found below,

01. The Wrong Stuff
02. Legend of Speed
03. Backwards Bible
04. Beverly Hills
Robocop

05. Smoke
The Blow With Willem Dafoe

06. We Started The Fire
07. Terrorscope
08. The Cannibals Are In The Streets – All Flesh
Must Be Eaten

09. Shitting Yourself To Live
10. Matrioshka Brain
11. Metal Idiot
12. Wrecking Ball

In a posting on the band’s twitter page, they’re pretty confident the album’s artwork (which was illustrated by famous horror artist, Graham Humphreys) is the be all and end all of metal covers. What do you think?

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