Goldblade ‘The Terror Of Modern Life’ CD

4 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

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Goldblade ‘The Terror Of Modern Life’

‘The Terror Of Modern Life’ will be released via Overground Records on the 20th May 2013 – Will be available in CD/Vinyl and digital formats.

The album is gaining plaudits by the sackfull!!

‘The new Goldblade album is another stormer!’ Vive Le Rock 5/5

‘Loud and thrilling, the most inventive punk rock record for years. Ground breaking ‘ Rock n’ Reel Magazine 4/5

‘Their best album yet – inventive and darkly powerful – a key release’ The Quietus

1. This Is War!
2. Psycho Takes A Holiday
3. The Shamen Are Coming
4. Serious Business
5. We’re All In It Together
6. Someone Stole My Brain
7. My Mind Is Like An Atom Bomb
8. Sick / Tired
9. They Kiss Like Humans, Act Like Machines
10. Guilty
11. The World Is Fucked Up Nowadays
12. Hey You! Elastic Face
13. The Terror Of Modern Life

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Weight 0.100 kg

4 reviews for Goldblade ‘The Terror Of Modern Life’ CD

  1. :

    Uncut Magazine “full of tireless spirit and an unwavering focus’ 7/10″

    MOJO “thrilling state of-a-broken-nation address”

    The Quietus “this is their strongest collection yet with an explosion in sound that serves to underline the rage that beats at this album’s heart”

    Rock Sound Magazine “Goldblade remain a punk masterclass…treasure them”

  2. 4 out of 5


    Punk Globe Magazine (USA) “a darker, more serious and extreme sound than their previous release, ‘Mutiny’ in 2008…’The Terror Of Modern Life’ is a great album, an essential addition to any punk collection.”

  3. 4 out of 5


    Muso’s Guide “Psycho Takes a Holiday’ is a straight up punk assault with fist-pumping gang vocals that should get people moving at shows…a chugging, distorted fuck you to those uncomfortable with innovation in punk music.”

  4. 4 out of 5


    Uber Rock “Dark times bring out the darkness within all bands…It only takes a few bars from the bass guitar of Brother Keith Curtis to make you realise this is one pissed off rock ‘n’ roll record, jeez even Lemmy would be quaking in his cowboy boots to the rumble that introduces ‘This Is War!’ ”

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