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The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing have given Louder Than War the exclusive to their new song, This House Is Not Haunted.

Typically macabre and darkly humorous the song like the band is punk rock with a acidic humour and twist. It’s also catchy as hell and another step that has seen this band rise up the punk scene stake sin the past year.

The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing release new horror-themed new video

“Probably the maddest, most original punk band around… their first genuine masterpiece”

9/10 – Louder Than War
“Coruscatingly loud and extremely funny” -​ The Guardian

Victorian-themed punk band band T​he Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing​ have released ‘This House Is Not Haunted’ on Halloween, in advance of their biggest ever UK tour which begins on Thurs Nov 3rd in Exeter and continues until the end of the month.

The song, described by singer Andy Heintz as an “atheist ghost story” is inspired by the band’s lifelong love of horror. The video was directed by Hannibal writer T​om Deville,​ and stars Hollyoaks’
N​eilNewbon,​ alongside S​amantha Englebrecht​ as urban explorers who disturb a dark presence (played by L​isa Diveney​) in an abandoned house. Director of Photography was L​uke Bryant w​ho has worked on Black Mirror and Drifters.
The band embark on a UK tour throughout November, calling at:
3rd – EXETER – Phoenix t​ ickets
4th – MILTON KEYNES- Crauford Arms t​ ickets
5th- TUNBRIDGE WELLS – Forum t​ ickets
6th – BIRMINGHAM – O2 Academy3 t​ ickets
10th – LIVERPOOL – Arts Club
11th – Blyth – Tavern t​ ickets
12th – LEICESTER: Steampunks in Space – National Space Centre t​ ickets 13th – LINCOLN – Engine Shed t​ ickets
17th – LEEDS – Key Club t​ ickets
18th – LONDON – O2 Academy Islington t​ ickets
19th – EDINBURGH – Bannermans t​ ickets
20th – NOTTINGHAM – Rescue Rooms t​ ickets
24th – MANCHESTER – Sound Control t​ ickets
25th – GUILDFORD – The Star Inn t​ ickets
26th – COLCHESTER – Arts Centre t​ ickets
27th – BRISTOL – The Exchange t​ ickets

This caps the most successful year in the groups eight-year history, seeing them tour the US and play the Download Festival’s huge Encore Stage to a rapturous response. They’re 2015 album, Not Your Typical Victorians, continues to gain acclaim and placed in several magazines’ end-of-year best-of lists including Vive Le Rock (40), Pure Rawk (4), and Louder Than Wan War (55). Pure Rawk also awarded them ‘Best Band’, ‘Best Album’ and ‘Best Vocalist’ at their award ceremony.
The Men That Will Be Nothing are a steam punk band from London, comprising Andy Heintz, Jez Miller, Andrew O’Neill and Marc Burrows. They formed in 2008 and have released three albums and several EPs and singles.

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