The Infinite Three – Innocence

The new EP from The Infinite Three has been hatched from it’s egg. Innocence contains four bold new tracks, constructed and lovingly shaped from the remnants of improvised recordings.  Download the EP now from the band’s Bandcamp page here:


And please do hit the share button and tell as many of your fellow humans as possible. It all helps. Innocence is also available to download from iTunes and Amazon.

You can also listen to the EP over at Spotify:

Don’t forget to save it to your Spotify collection, and please do follow The Infinite Three by hitting this big ugly green button:

We encourage you to share the EP all over the place, tell your friends, your enemies and your husband’s cat. Add the songs to playlists, dance to them naked and generally experience JOY.

The Infinite Three – New Music 2017

Some news from The Infinite Three:

Innocence EP – And Other News


Hydrogen premiere at New Noise Magazine

New Noise Magazine have aired another new track from The Infinite Three‘s new album. Take a listen to Hydrogen right here:

Song Premiere: The Infinite Three – “Hydrogen”

Metal Insider stream new song from The Infinite Three

Metal Insider have shared a song from the new album by The Infinite Three. Listen to Dawn Accelerator here:

Song premiere: The Infinite Three, “Dawn Accelerator”

Slunq announce 3 new EPs

Slunq will soon be releasing ‘Eel World‘, a five track EP of pointy rock-noise and their first new material since 2012’s Spoiled Portion album.  The EP will be available on 1st May 2015 as a download (from all the usual places) and a very limited amount of CDs.  There will be rejoicing and laughter and the ritual eating of dirt to celebrate the occasion.

Eel World by Slunq

If you are impatient and feel as though your skin could burst into flame what with all the itching, may we suggest you satiate this childish greed by downloading an exclusive work-in-progress video for the new Slunq song, Farming Experiment.

Eel World is the first of three new EPs to be released this year from Slunq, a band who own (and sometimes look at) a ceramic hand.