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Video: GBH perform “Cadillac One”, “Kids Get Down” and “Unique”

Legendary English hardcore punks GBH have posted videos of their performances of Cadillac One, Kids Get Down and Unique. The performances were originally broadcasted on Fuel TV’s “The Daily Habit”. Check them out by clicking on the song names.

The songs appear on the band’s latest album Perfume and Piss which was released April 6th on Hellcat Records.

You can also check out GBH’s Dying Scene interview here.

Interview: Dying Scene sits down with Colin from GBH; discuss Mexico City riot

During this year’s Warped Tour, Birmingham, UK punk veterans GBH crossed the pond to participate in the festivities before continuing on for their own US tour. During the Mountain View leg of Warped, Dying Scene was able to sit down with vocalist Colin, to discuss the sentiments around large music festivals, crazy memories of tours south of the border, and what fans can expect from the legends in the future. Read the entire interview here.

GBH’s latest album, Perfume and Piss, was released in April on Hellcat Records.

Video: Watch GBH perform “Kids Get Down” and “Unique” on The Daily Habit

GBH were recently on Fuel TV’s The Daily Habit to promote their latest album Perform & Piss and to perform a couple of songs. You can watch the band perform Kids Get Down and Unique by clicking here.

The band is in the middle of a summer North American tour. Check their Dying Scene shows page to find out when you can catch them in your town.

GBH hitting up North America on a two-month summer tour

Legendary English hardcore punks GBH are hitting up North America on a 2-month summer tour.

Along the way, they’ll play a handful of California Warped Tour dates, so if you can’t catch them there, check out the full tour dates to see when they’ll be in your town.

Their highly anticipated album Perfume and Piss was released on April 6th on Hellcat Records.

Interview: GBH talk with SF Examiner about new album “Perfume and Piss”

GBH has been a staple in the punk rock community for over 30 years now. After countless records, innumerable shows, the band is still going strong, and released their newest album, Perfume and Piss, last month on Hellcat Records. Recently, the San Francisco Examiner sat down with singer Colin Abrahall to discuss the sentiments around rocking for 30 years, thoughts on the new album, and plans for the future.

Read the interview here.

Full Album Stream: GBH – “Perfume and Piss”

GBH The last release we saw from GBH was a medley of previously recorded EPs and live clips called Cruel and Unusual released in 2004.  Now, after six years of silence, the British, hardcore punk band is finally releasing their new album, Perfume and Piss.  Musically, the band has managed to maintain their unique folk sound, but now have the backbone of a solid label to ensure that this album is heard.

The album will be streaming on Exclaim News until April 5th.  To listen, click here.  It will be released 0n April 6th on Hellcat Records.

New Song: “Cadillac One” from GBH upcoming album “Perfume and Piss”

GBHHere’s a little mid day treat for you guys. GBH just put up a new song entitled Cadillac One on their MySpace page. The song comes off their highly anticipated album Perfume and Piss which is set to be released April 6th on Hellcat Records.

The band will be hitting the road next month in support of their new album. Check out their Dying Scene Shows page for more details.

GBH releasing new album “Perfume And Piss”, listen to track “Kids Get Down”

hellcat4After years of speculation, English hardcore band GBH has announced plans to release their eleventh studio album, Perfume and Piss, via Hellcat Records on April 6.  You can get a sampling of what’s to come by checking out the album track Kids Get Down on the Hellcat MySpace page.

From the press release:

Barn-burning, fist-pumping, palace-gates-storming tracks like “Kids Get Down,” “Cadillac One” and “This is Not the Real World” carry the torch forward with the band’s trademark fury that is alternately nihilistic, optimistic, pessimistic, anarchist, violent, humorous and deadly serious all at once.

Perfume and Piss is, in the band’s own words, the “best album we’ve done in a long, long time.” The album was created in fits and starts (two weeks on, two weeks off) which allowed them to fine-tune the material and compose a more complete feeling album. “We’re really pleased with it.”