Leeds zombies thrashers Send More Paramedics have announced that they will be returning with a brand new album this year, their first record in 15 years.
This August, the thrash/hardcore crossover legends will hit the studio to record a new album, their first since 2006’s ‘The Awakening’. The band will be recording at The Stationhouse Studio, home to recording maestro James Atkinson (Voorhees, Gentlemans Pistols).
Vocalist B’Hellmouth had this to say.
“We’ve created a monster – nine prime slices of our most savage thrash to date – with plenty of the creepy atmospherics and punky sing-alongs our benighted fans have come to crave.”
The album is set for release in autumn 2021 to coincide with the band’s nearly sold out run of one-off reunion shows in Leeds and London this Halloween.
You can pick up tickets for the London show at seetickets.com or at All Ages Records in Camden.
OCTOBER 29 – LEEDS, Boom
OCTOBER 30 – LEEDS, Boom
OCTOBER 31 – LONDON, The Dome
You can also listen to Send More Paramedics‘s ‘Undead At The BBC’ – a compilation of 2 long-thought forgotten Maida Vale sessions, as well as some of their rarer tracks – via their new (Bandcamp.