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Clay Gods

Posted on the 09 March 2016 by Mike Lindley @fruitbatwalton
Clay Gods
Following on from the release of their Stone Asylum EP back in 2014 and prior to the release of the upcoming Shadows And Noise album next year, Gloucestershire based Clay Gods have decided to celebrate the addition of drummer Max Ganderton to the band with the release of a double A Side single.

The hard-driving Cabin Fever in particular and the slightly lighter Looking For Jerusalem are the epitomy of doom-laden rock, lyrically and musically in the style of Liverpool's excellent Kynchinlay. Clay Gods avoid the more aggresive vocals of some of their contemporaries, blending more melodic vocals with driving rock-based guitar play.

Clay GodsA blistering live act Clay Gods create "an on-stage hurricane of drums, guitar and energy". They've already played prestigious venues such as The Fleece and The Exchange in Bristol. 
With the addition of this new material they will not only garner a reputation as one of the south west’s most exciting rock bands, but also spread the word further afield with radio friendly tracks like Cabin Fever

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