Wild Rocket play DBD in July to mark the release of their second LP Dissociation Mechanics
Crowhammer and R.A.Z.O.R. will complete the lineup. Dissociation Mechanics will be released on July 7th by Art For Blind and can be preordered now from Wild Rocket’s Bandcamp page.
Wild Rocket Based in Dublin,Ireland, Wild Rocket have been developing their combination of heavy psych and kraut-infused space punk for the past five years. Since the release of their debut LP Geomagnetic Hallucinations in 2014, the band has gone from strength to strength, performing at the Distorted Perspectives and Reverberation Festivals in Ireland and the Hostsabbat Festival in Norway. Wild Rocket have shared stages with internationally renowned contemporaries such as Slomatics, Ufomammut, Earth and The Cosmic Dead.
WILD ROCKET have gained a reputation for pummelling and immersive live shows laden with infectious energy. This energy has been captured perfectly on their second album DISSOCIATION MECHANICS, released on ART FOR BLIND Records (July 7th 2017, LP/CD). The record was engineered and produced by the DEAF BROTHERS, having previously worked on acclaimed records from No Spill Blood, Alarmist & Meltybrains?.
Dissociation Mechanics explores themes of deep sea and deep space, the repetitive cycles of depression and the self-destruction of civilisations. The subtext of the album is influenced by the inability of the human race to learn from past mistakes and break calamitous cycles, instead looking to alternate dimensions for escape rather than efforts to change the observed reality. To put it more bluntly, it’s all about getting through life with savage riffs.
Crowhammer Crowhammer aka Dublin’s premier narrative driven sci-fi/fantasy stoner rock/krautrock music group
R.A.Z.O.R. aka Riots Across Zones Of Reality. The sound of boots stomping on your brain. Oi! With a diamond edge! Too punk for facebook, features members of Disguise/Strong boys/New Gods.
U:Mack presents Wild RocketDissociation Mechanics album launch Crowhammer R.A.Z.O.R. DBD Venue (under The Mezz), Temple Bar 7:30pm, Friday 14th July Admission €8