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Northern Irish band Therapy? blend the energy and catchy chorus of punk with the power of thrash metal to produce anthemic music beyond compare. The band’s line up now includes drummer Neil Cooper, singer Andy Cairns playing guitar and Michael McKeegan on bass.

The band formed in 1989 and began to record demos to back up their live performances and soon released the four track demo tape. The following year they produced 1000 copies of their single Meat Abstract which grabbed the attention of John Peel. As their name spread they began to gig more heavily, picking up support slots for such amazing bands as Tad, Fugazi, Teenage Fanclub and more.

They released their 1991 debut album Babyteeth and second record Pleasure Death through seminal indie label Wiiija Records. The two releases saw them grow in stature and they would sign to major A&M to bring out their breakthrough album Nurse. Taking a more industrial sound that their previous punk direction, the record chimed with audiences and hit #38 in the UK Album Charts. Their success continued with following albums Troublegum hitting #5 and Infernal Love charting at #9 with the decade being dominated with their albums.

Their progress continued straight passed the millennium as they released further records including the hit album Shameless which hi #9 in the States upon the 2001 release. Their latest record was entitled Cleave and came out in 2018.

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Therapy? fan reviews (4) 4.8

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An absolutely amazing show

From the opening bars to the closing notes this was a superior performance. Therapy? Know the audience and consistently engage and entertain. A sold out show telegraphs their undiminished popularity and track from both the early stages of their career and now are all received rapturously. More than nostalgia and still fierce and strong. I loved every second.

Posted by Paul S on 24/09/2019

Therapy?, Brudenell Social Club, Leeds - 23rd September 2019

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Great gig

Having wanted to see Therapy? since Troublegum, I finally caught them at the Asylum in Birmingham. They didn’t disappoint. Brilliant performance, great interaction with the crowd and a perfect venue. I’d certainly catch them again.

Posted by Martin on 25/11/2018

Therapy?, The Asylum, Birmingham - 23rd November 2018

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Still going strong!

It had been over 25 years since I last saw Therapy? play, and they did not disappoint. Yes, the line up is slightly different, there's a bit less hair and so on, but they still kick the proverbial arse with a great live performance. As for the venue, my first, but not last time at the Waterfront. Excellent little intimate venue, that allows you to get up close if you want, or stand back and take it all in. You may want to bring your earplugs, as the size of the venue allows you to be sonically blasted, if you're not careful. Only down side was £5 for a pint, but that might be me showing my age. All in all a great venue. Just get some signs sorted to direct newbies from the station.

Posted by Smokey Dutch on 11/11/2018

Therapy?, Waterfront, Norwich - 10th November 2018

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Another triumph

Followed Therapy? since the early days and see them at every opportunity. Always a good show - a good mix of old and new, and they seem to genuinely enjoy playing and are grateful that people keep coming to the gigs.

Posted by Leveller on 10/11/2018

Therapy?, Engine Rooms, Southampton - 9th November 2018

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