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Formed: 1989
From: Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Therapy? News

Below is our complete Therapy? news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

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Therapy? Announce German Dates

Irish rockers THERAPY? have scheduled the following dates:

Feb. 11 - Stollwerck - Köln, Germany
Feb. 12 - Colos-saal - Aschaffenburg, Germany
Feb. 13 - Zeche - Bochum, Germany
Feb. 14 - Talschock - Chemnitz, Germany
Feb. 15 - Glad-house - Cottbus, Germany

THERAPY? recently inked a deal with Demolition Records. The band has begun the writing process for its twelfth studio album, which is scheduled for release at the end of 2008. The CD will be supported by an extensive touring campaign.

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Therapy? Sign With Demolition Records

Demolition Records are proud to announce the worldwide signing of Irish Rockers THERAPY? The band has begun the writing process for their 12th studio album, which is scheduled for release towards the back end of 2008. The release will be supported by an extensive touring campaign.

The band recently commented on their new relationship with Demolition:

“As mentioned in our end of year summary, after a long period of negotiating with quite a few labels, we’ve found a new home for THERAPY? with Demolition Records. We met the guys from Demolition way back in October and to be honest we just clicked. We love the labels attitude and forward thinking. In an industry that doesn’t seem to know what the next move is, Demolition are one of the few labels that are actually growing in stature whilst embracing the future of the music business.”

Demolition Records boss Ged Cook commented on the signing:

“Therapy? has always been a band that has achieved long term respect from both the music industry and music fans alike. When I met up with the guys and their management, I was knocked out by their down-to-earth attitude and enthusiasm with regards to their vision for 2008 and onwards. To actually be part of that vision is a total honour for both me and Demolition!!”

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Former Skyclad, Therapy? Drummer Dead At 36

According to Kerrang! magazine, former 3 COLOURS RED / THERAPY? / SKYCLAD drummer Keith Baxter has passed away.

Baxter, who shot to fame with 3 COLOURS RED in the '90s, died of liver failure in hospital on January 4, 2008, surrounded by family and friends. He was 36 years old.

Baxter was born in Lancaster, Lancashire, UK. As a teenager he became a founding member of SKYCLAD, recording five albums with them before leaving in 1995 to join 3 COLOURS RED, with whom he recorded two UK top 40 albums ("Pure" and "Revolt") which included six Top 40 singles.

Following 3 COLOURS RED's split in 1999, he formed ELEVATION with former 3 COLOURS RED bandmate Pete Vuckovic. The group signed with Sony but was dropped a year later. He briefly played with the Northern Irish band THERAPY? in 2002.

3 COLOURS RED reunited to record a third album ("The Union of Souls") in 2004, but split up again the following year.

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Therapy? Issue Christmas Update

Ireland's THERAPY? has issued the following update:

"Just one last missive of 2007 before we all get stuck into the orgy of turkey and tinsel that is Xmas. Looking back at the year, it has to be said to an outsider that it may have seemed a quiet year for Therapy? but our perception of 2007 is one of a very productive year. Release-wise we had the web gig and the BBC Sessions download/CD to keep the rock ticking over and we did some killer shows from to Toronto to Moscow with a few cool stops in-between (Indian Ocean anyone)."

"If we didn't play in your locale in 2007 it ain't cause we don't love ya but due to some reasons both intentional and practical. The intentional side of things was to keep out of a few areas we'd played a lot over the past five years, a way to give your ears and wallets a rest if you will (rest assured we'll be back as soon as the new album is done). The upshot of this was that we managed to get out to some places we'd neglected in the past and even dip our toes into some brand new territories." More...

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Therapy? Post Fan-Voted Webgig Online

Irish rock n' roll killing machine THERAPY? has finally released its webgig. Last August the band had an online vote when the fans could pick three of their favorites to be performed. Based on the results of this vote, the group played "Screamager", "A Moment of Clarity", "Straight Life", "Knives", "Teethgrinder", "Lonely, Cryin' Only", "Die Laughing", "Nowhere", "Dancin' With Manson", "Evil Elvis", "If It Kills Me", and "Suing God" live during a private perfomance in a small studio on September 19, 2006. The audio and/or video of the concert and more details on the webgig can be found at this location.

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Therapy? Cancel London Show

Therapy? have issued the following announcement regarding the London gig scheduled for September 23rd:

"Folks,

Regretfully we have to inform you that the Lost Playground show at Alexandra Palace on September 23rd has been CANCELLED. The reason is that '…the promoter encounted problems with the local council which has caused the 'all nighter' to be cancelled. Red tape has made it impossible for the promoter to continue with the show.'

Sorry y'all, as we were looking forward to the show but again circumstances outside the band's control have conspired against us…"

Cheers,
TPY?2006" More...

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Therapy? To Play Exclusive Web Gig

In September, Irish rockers THERAPY? will be recording an exclusive show in a studio, which will be available for download around the end of that month.

From the shortlist at the band's official web site, fans are invited to vote for the three songs they would most like to see performed. The 12 songs with the most votes will then be recorded.

The performance can be downloaded as audio and video. Tracks will be available to buy individually, or as a full set. People buying the full set will receive an exclusive CD/DVD sleeve by post, signed by the band.

To register your votes, select your three favorite songs from the list here and click on the button marked "Submit Your Vote" at the bottom of the list.

You can vote until September 8. The final set list will be published around September 11. More...

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Therapy?'s New Single To Be Available For Download

According to THERAPY?'s official website, the first release, 'Rain Hits Concrete', from their forthcoming album, One Cure Fits All, will be issued as a download EP single on April 10th and will feature three exclusive (non album) songs plus downloadable artwork. The track listing is as follows: ‘Rain Hits Concrete’, ‘Crazy Cocaine Eyes’, ‘Hard Work Hope’, ‘Play On’.

The EP will be available for download at the band's website and from iTunes (all territories), Napster (all territories), EUK (Woolworths/Tesco), Carma, Music Net (HMV/Virgin) plus Eagle Records and Pinnacle Distribution.

As previously reported, One Cure Fits All is set to be released on April 24th and will feature the following track listing: 'Sprung', 'Deluded Son', 'Into The Light', 'Lose It All', 'Dopamine Seratonin Adrenaline', 'Unconsoled', 'Our White Noise', 'Private Nobody', 'Rain Hits Concrete', 'Fear Of God', 'Heart Beat Hits', 'Walk Through Darkness'.

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Therapy? UK Tour Dates

Therapy? will be heading out on the road shortly to play the following dates. Supported by Winnebago Deal, they play Norwich Waterfront November 24, Manchester Hop and Grape 25, Sheffield Leadmill 26, Aberdeen Moshulu 27, Glasgow Garage 28, Leeds Cockpit 29, London Astoria December 1, Oxford Zodiac 2, Reading Fez Club 3, Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms 5, Belfast Mandela Hall 7, Dublin Ambassador 8.

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Three New Therapy? Songs Online

Three songs from the upcoming THERAPY? album, "Never Apologise Never Explain", have been posted online at PeopleSound.com. The Pete Barlett-produced follow-up to 2003's "High Anxiety" was recorded at Park Gate studios and is scheduled for release this fall through Spitfire Records. The complete track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Rise Up
02. Die Like A Motherfucker
03. Perish The Thought
04. Here Be Monsters
05. So Called Life
06. Panic!
07. Polar Bear
08. Rock You Monkeys
09. Dead
10. Long Distance
11. This Ship Is Sinking
12. Save The Sermon
13. Last One To Heaven's A Loser

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Therapy? Finalize Tracklisting For New Album

Therapy? have finalized the track listing for their new album, "Never Apologise Never Explain," tentatively due this fall through Spitfire Records. The Pete Barlett-produced follow-up to 2003's "High Anxiety" will contain the following cuts:

01. Rise Up
02. Die Like A Motherfucker
03. Perish The Thought
04. Here Be Monsters
05. So Called Life
06. Panic!
07. Polar Bear
08. Rock You Monkeys
09. Dead
10. Long Distance
11. This Ship Is Sinking
12. Save The Sermon
13. Last One To Heaven's A Loser

"The mastering came out sounding excellent so we’re just finalizing the front cover artwork and working on the CD booklet," the band writes on their web site. "In the next couple of weeks we'll be doing a photo shoot for the album and other than that we’re still on for a late September/early October release date. Also looking forward to seeing all our friends at the Alive festival."

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Therapy? Back To A Three-Piece

As of March 16, 2004, Martin McCarrick (guitar/cello) is no longer a member of THERAPY? and all future recordings and live work will be performed as a trio. "We appreciate that this may come as a surprise to our fans and friends, however the reasons for this decision are purely professional rather than personal," the band said in a statement. "This was far from an easy decision to make as Martin has been an important part of the band for nine years but we feel that this is the best way to ensure a positive future for THERAPY? We wish Martin all the best with his future projects, musically or otherwise."

THERAPY? will kick off a U.K. tour with THE WILDHEARTS in late April. The group have also been working on the material for the follow-up to last year's "High Anxiety", tentatively due in early 2005 through Spitfire Records. Songtitles set to appear on the as-yet-untitled CD include "Polar Bear", "Long Distance", "Here Be Monsters" and "Panic!".

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