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God Damn are made up of guitarist Thom Edward and Ash Weaver on drums. Their stripped down approach means the band can get on with the business of bringing the best bludgeoning rock without anything getting in the way.

Their torrential use of distortion does nothing to disrupt their talent for real melody. They may be mean and heavy, but they’re music still holds to an intelligence that escapes many other of their peers.

Calling from Wolverhampton, the band were originally a three piece upon their inception in 2010 which included bassist Dave Copson who left due to injuries in the summer of 2013.

Although they number few, Edward and Weaver are keen to stress that they are a band rather than a duo or two piece. Eager to convey that there is no limit on their ability or scope as they continue to surpass others in the field.

In 2014 the band singed to the label One Little Indian and released the album Vultures the following year. The relentless low end rock has excited many and set the tongues of the music press ablaze, rewarding the band with great praise. The album features the overdriven blues anthem Silver Spooned, the unsettling barrage of We Don’t Like You and the all-out assault of Skeletons.

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They will be headlining at The Harley in Sheffield on Wednesday 11th of May.

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Rock music for degenerates… the sound of the Pixies, Bleach-era Nirvana and The Melvins all echo through their ‘I’m A Lazer. You’re a Radar’ EP” - NME

A great collection of lunacy. ” - Louder Than War (Band of the day)

“‘I’m a Lazer, You’re a Radar’ is a rip-rollicking thrash, brutally mixing grunge and the regions finest export, heavy metal. ” - NME

A heads-down, hair-in-your-eyes, twat-your-instruments-as-hard-as-humanly-possible riff riot. ” - The Guardian

There’s sweat stains happening after that, that was one intense record. ” - Phil Taggart (Radio 1 New Music Show)

A frenetic, fuzzy progression, a sludgy half-time breakdown, crushing fills and a band destroying all of their equipment in an appropriately shaky video. ” - Artrocker

Crashing out of Wolverhampton come GOD DAMN, a three-piece of spitting fury and angry noise with more energy than the Hadron Collider. ” 5/5 - Loud Horizon

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