Both our EPs (Buns & Gayses and Harlem Exploder) are now available for free download. If you would like to support the funding or future releases from us you can also pay-what-you-want for either EP.
Buns & Gayses
Don’t forget you can also still download our free live session from Total Rock as well:
This cover we did is also free:
Aren’t we good to you guys?
So yeah, title says it all really. Here’s the links so you can go straight to them and part with some cash:
Buns & Gayses – http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/buns-and-gayses-ep/id490370443
Harlem Exploder – http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/harlem-exploder/id493786420
Also, allow me to clear up any confusion you may have with the iTunes listing of Necrogunwhore from Harlem Exploder:
iTunes have decided to list Jimmy Perry and Derek Taverner as featuring on Necrogunwhore. They should be getting additional song writing credits for our interpolation of ‘Who Do You Think You Are Kidding Mr. Hitler?’ into the song.
Head on over to our shop by clicking here to order our new ‘Harlem Exploder’ EP on a limited edition cassette!
Make sure you get your order in fast because there’s only going to be 20 available! T-shirts are also still available in abundance over here. All proceeds go towards the recording of our debut album.
That’s right! We have a new EP! It’s called Harlem Exploder (it’s a play on words, think about it) and you can stream it in full right here:
We will be pressing a very limited number of these EPs for those of you who like your music physical. A further announcement will be made regarding this shortly!
Yeah, sorry about the misleading title. These won’t be available to our fans unfortunately.
However, I thought you might want to see a cool little experiment I’ve tried out this week. Below is a picture of one of three digipak versions of our debut EP:
They look pretty buff I must say! Like I said, this was more of an experiment if anything. We might release future releases this way for a small price because they can be quite expensive and time consuming to produce. For now, we own the only three copies in this format! Maybe they’ll be worth something one day!