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New Band - Venom Seeds

Like your garage punk bands raw with pure unadulterating feedback to blast your senses? If the answer is yes, then you've come to the right place.

The Venom Seeds are only five gigs old but are already kicking up a storm playing some of the best gig venues in London.

The purveyors of feedback will be playing their next gig and plying their filthy wares on:

October 4 - Buffalo Bar (Artrocker Night)

Download some excellent tracks from their live repertoire at their website, available by clicking HERE!

Listen to the track 'On Time' and be prepared to be blown away by the feedback!

More info. on how the band formed:

'In the depths of November 2003, Slideling and Riotmiloo met through a common friend, not yet knowing what fate was destined for them. What they already knew though was that they could party and drink and share that strange tendency of loving loud rock’n’roll and instant noodles, and that a friend of theirs could do whatever she wanted to the holy Princess Leila.

Time went by and Slideling - already starring in the famous Stoke Newington band The XR5 - began thinking of starting an all girl band. Without guessing it was also Riotmiloo’s secret dream, together they outlined the basis of their new band and in addition got a drummer girl. But things didn’t really work out. The lovely drummer girl left...

They didn’t lose hope and started invading mailing lists, annoying London's promoters in the attempt to find the jewel they needed. Then someone calling themself The Cave Woman Machine captured their attention. Pretending to be a genius artpunk/angular inspired lady, the creature fooled the two vixens, hiding himself behind wigs and stilettos (which was an inspired and creative thing in itself!)

So the real Venom Seeds set up was born. The two vixens forgave him, the Cave Man Machine got the job. They started having even more fun than before. With their new crazy sonic experiments, they tried to mix raw blues with punk, and added more than a hint of the subversive garage/art spirit. And what came out surprised them: they really liked it!!!

Don’t miss the chance to experience something new and quite intense, listen to their tunes and please give them some feedback!!!!!!!'

Photograph by Marc Broussely -

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