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‘That Was Just A Noise’ – Final Revenge of the Psychotronic Man Release

‘That Was Just A Noise’ – Final Revenge of the Psychotronic Man Release

rotpmAfter over 500 gigs over 14 years Revenge of the Psychotronic Man have called it a day. TNSrecords bring you ‘That Was Just A Noise’ featuring tracks from their three critically acclaimed studio albums, plus out of press rarities and a couple of previously unreleased tunes.

‘That Was Just A Noise’ is the final album by Manchester DIY thrash punks ‘Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man’. After 14 years of relentless gigging the band have decided to stop in December (although they will be playing loads of gigs and festivals this year before they do stop).

The band take influxes from the likes of Zeke, Kid Dynamite and Alan Partridge (whom the title is a nod towards) and have built a reputation across Europe for their high energy, full throttle live show and ridiculous audience interaction. During their 14 years they have played with the likes of Bad Religion and NoMeansNo, played over 500 gigs and sold over 5000 records/CDs. They have also done a Maida Vale session for the BBC Radio 1 Punk Show and had a track picked by Steve Lamacq in his favourite 5 independent songs of 2012.

They have earnt much respect for their support of independent music. Bassist/vocalist, Andy co-runs TNSrecords and is part of the collective that runs Manchester Punk Festival and all three members have booked numerous DIY gigs. The band also work hard to support independent music venues. This final release includes tracks from their three critically acclaimed TNSrecords studio albums, plus out of press rarities and a couple of previously unreleased tracks spanning the bands whole 14 years.

The band summed up their time in their parting statement by saying; “every part of being in this band has meant the absolute world to us. The support we have received has been so humbling. Thank you so, so much from the bottom of our hearts. This has been a life-changing, mind-blowing and wonderful experience from start to finish.”

The reaction to the split by fans and fellow bands alike has echoed their importance to the DIY scene. They will be missed, but in true Revenge style, they will go out hard and fast and in the most ridiculous way possible.

“I didn’t see The Ramones play in New York and I didn’t see The Clash play in London but in thirty years I can say I did see Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man play in Manchester… with Mr Blobby”. Colin’s Punk Rock World

“Thought provoking, forward thinking and doused with intensity” Louder Than Star

“Aggressive punk that makes Black Flag sound relaxed… 17 explosions of excellent, snotty rage that you can both smash the system and skateboard to.” 4K Kerrang! Magazine

“‘Colossal Velocity’ is a relentless barrage of masterful punk. Fucking brilliant! This, ladies and gentlemen, is how it should be… Punk rock for 2016. Modern, thrashy, intense and bloody refreshing.” Blank Slate Creative

Friday 2 March – The Birds Nest, Deptford, London
Saturday 17 March – The Old Town House, Warrington
Thursday 22 March – The Salty Dog, Northwich
Friday 30 March – Bad Apples, Leeds
Saturday 31 March – Dugstock, The New Cross Inn, London
Sunday 1 April – The Lady Luck, Canterbury
Tuesday 3 April – Steini’s Pub, Schwerin, Germany
Wednesday 4 April – Menschenzoo, Hamburg, Germany
Thursday 5 April – Stö, Leipzig, Germany
Friday 6 April – Mark, Salzburg, Austria
Saturday 7 April – Burgerhaus Glockenbachwerkstatt, Munich, Germany
Saturday 14 April – Westgarth, Middlesbrough
Saturday 21 April – Manchester Punk Festival
Saturday 28th April – Comrades Club, Conwy
Wednesday 2 May – Rebellion, Manchester – with ZEKE
Saturday 19 May – Bank Top Tavern, Oldham
Saturday 26 May – Strummercamp Festival
Saturday 21 July – The Swan With Two Necks, Macclesfield
Saturday 28 July – Wonkfest, Tufnel Park Dome, London
2-5 August – Rebellion Festival, Blackpool
Sunday 12 August – Boomtown Fair
Sunday 9 September – Museum Vaults, Sunderland
Saturday 15 Sept – The Fulford Arms, York
Saturday 29th September – Wotsit Called Festival, The Palace, Hastings
Saturday 13 October – The Chelsea, Bristol
Saturday 20 October – The Smokehouse, Ipswich
Friday 26th October – Copenhagen (TBC)
Saturday 27th October – 1000Fryd, Aalborg, Denmark
Saturday 17 November – Red Rum, Stafford
Saturday 24 November – 100 Club, London
Friday 30 November – The Black Bull, Gateshead
Saturday 8 December – Rebellion, Manchester LAST GIG


Release date: June 2018
Pressing: 300




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