God Damn announce new single ‘Horus’ on One Little Indian Records Oct.27

By on September 4, 2014
God Damn

A musical force hailing from the heart of the Black Country, God Damn are a red-hot burning molten pot of pop hooks and grinding, bludgeoning riffs and rhythms. Having helped keep  UK rock alive and vital since their inception in 2010, sharing stages with the likes of Eagulls, Pulled Apart By Horses, Icarus Line and The Wytches and recently signed to One Little Indian Records, God Damn are proud to announce the release of their new single ‘Horus’, due for release this coming October 27th.


A flurry of distorted guitar signals the start of ‘Horus’, before the band come charging in, creating a thick wall of disconcerting rock noise that aims to creep you out as much as it does thrill you. With a lyrical theme that references the Egyptian Sun god Horus (who has the body of a man, a birds head, with one eye the sun and the other the moon!), ‘Horus’ explores utopian ideas with a brooding, dark musical background that is set to pulverise when the band start touring across the UK from early September.


“We can’t wait to take this new material out on the road! We are known for being one of the rawest on the circuit using heavy dynamics with a quiet/loud/jet-engine decibel range…a sing-along nosebleed kinda vibration,” laughs vocalist and guitarist Thom Edward. “We’ve made a very textured, visceral and angry record with those pop barbed hooks. We’re fully intent on making layered studio albums with depth and then gloves off, knuckle dusters on for the shows!”


Dark and brooding yet still reading high in the energy stakes, God Damn are set to burn our musical climate to bits as they prepare for the release of their debut album in April of 2015 and take to the road for the remainder of the year, hooking up for tours with Kagoule and Turbowolf alongside appearances at Bestival and the Reeperbahn club festival.


Catch God Damn live at the following dates:


* Co-headlining with Kagoule, # supporting Turbowolf



5th Bestival, Isle Of Wight

14th Aldelphi, Hull*

15th Duchess, York*

17th X-POSURE LIVE, Barfly, London

20th Reeperbahn Festival, Hamburg

24th Nation of Shopkeepers, Leeds*

25th Bungalow and Bears, Sheffield*

27th Club 85, Hitchin*

28th Underground Festival, Gloucestershire



1st Total Refreshment Centre, London*

2nd Gullivers, Manchester*

3rd The Cookie Jar, Leicester*

4th Cabaret Voltaire w/ Funeral For A Friend, Edinburgh

8th Bodega, Nottingham*

9th Norwich Arts Centre w/The Wytches, Norwich

10th Sugarmill, Stoke on Trent*

24th Hare and Hounds – All Years Leaving w/ Eagulls, Birmingham

25th Simple Things Festival – The Lantern (Colton Hall Rooms 2), Bristol



29th The Jailhouse, Hereford



1st Rescue Rooms, Nottingham #

2nd Deaf Institute, Manchester #

4th Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff #

5th Sound Circus, Bournemouth #

6th Institute Temple, Birmingham #

8th Waterfront Studio, Norwich #

9th Dingwalls, London #




Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.