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Damian Murdoch Trio Reissuing "Electric Tentacles"

The instrumental heavy rock/fusion outfit Damian Murdoch Trio is the brainchild of Australian guitarist Damian Murdoch (The Ocean).

Based out of Berlin, the group — rounded out by Harry Stockl (bass) and Michael Posch (drums) – officially formed following a series of improvisational jam sessions, which led to the creation of the 2013 self-released debut album, “Electric Tentacles.”

Next month, Prosthetic Record will reissue “Electric Tentacles” on CD and gatefold vinyl, as well as all digital platforms, throughout North America on April 21st. Pre-orders are available now directly from the Prosthetic webshop. The track listing is:

1. The Opener
2. Funky Desert Rider
3. The Final Absturz
4. Visceral Circles of the Cosmos
5. The Eternal Search For The Alpha
6. Lean Kathleen’s Killing Machine
7. The Dragon Slayed The Princess
8. Sleazeball
9. Jump Rope With Electric Wires More...

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Damian Murdoch Trio Signs With Prosthetic

Prosthetic Records is excited to announce the signing of the Damian Murdoch Trio, which the label describes as an "instrumental experimental heavy blues rock outfit."

Referred to as Black Sabbath meets Hendrix meets Scott Henderson (Guitar Mania), the Berlin-based trio combines elements of hard grooving heavy blues and experimental fusion with headbang-inducing, riff-laden, heavy rock and roll.

Formed by Australian transplant Damian Murdoch, best known for his work with progressive metal group The Ocean, the trio’s current line-up also includes bassist Harry Stöckl and Micheal Posch on drums.

The Damian Murdoch Trio released debut album, “Electric Tentacles,” in 2013. The band’s sophomore effort is due out later this year; stay tuned for more details.

“We’re totally excited to be working with Prosthetic,” says Murdoch. ”We’re currently knee-deep in the writing process for our next record, which is shaping up to be quite heavy so far. The plan for this one was to write the dirtiest, filthiest record possible, so we’ll see where we end up.”

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