London’s party doom heroes GURT share new video « Broken Heart Heroin Man » on Kerrang! ; new album « Skullossus » still available!
- doom metal, Gurt, party doom, Skullossus, sludge metal
This new video was filmed during the recording of GURT’s second full-length « Skullossus » at Titan Studios in Watford. « Skullossus » was released on May 1st through When Planets Collide and can be heard here.
GURT’s frontman Gareth Kelly adds: “For one of our most favourite tracks from new album « Skullossus », we wrote ‘Broken Heart Heroin Man’ as a contrast to the slow and heavy opening track. We love sludge and doom but we also love punk and grind so this track shows us at our most speedy but still damned catchy, it’s a shout out to all those show-offs out there that think they are cool as fuck but still live with their parents! As for the video, Spicy (bass) had recently bought a brand new GoPro and we filmed loads of silly footage in the studio whilst recording the album, with the intention of mashing it all together and releasing a video. So this seemed like the best track to go alongside that footage, just make sure you watch all the way to the end!”
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Not ones to sit idly, GURT have released two albums and seven EPs and splits. They are known to make some unconventional choices for cover songs by metal bands (‘Baggy Trousers’ by Madness, ‘Psycho Killer’ by Talking Heads) and have also ruined two beloved Christmas songs. 2014 was a momentous year for the band: it saw the release of their debut album ‘Horrendosaurus’, along with a three week European tour with Dopethrone as well as an outstanding first appearance at Bloodstock Open Air Festival. In 2017, GURT released their second full-length record ‘Skullossus’; to high praise from fans and critics. GURT are driving straight ahead into 2018, already planning the next records to keep getting out on the road to ever new places, including another European tour in the summer.
Gareth Kelly – Vocals
Bill Jacobs – Drums
David Blakemore – Bass
Rich Williams – Guitar