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Gama Bomb Issue Studio Update

Gama Bomb issue the following studio update:

"How do, thrash farmers,"

"The G-Max lads are now one week into the recording of our Earache debut Citizen Brain at Grindstone Studios in deepest, darkest Suffolk with Scott "Cliffhanger 2" Atkins, and what a week it's been. Three days of tracking drums saw Paul nail every song down and left him literally letting off some steam (a la Commando's Captain Bennett) as he sweated off the pounds in the live room. We're currently editing the resulting tracks and preparing to lay down rhythm guitars. Evil ones."

"Aside from that we're hanging out in the amazing luxury holiday home the E lads have arranged for us (it's a bit like Radiohead's OK Computer house, except we're enjoying ourselves), drinking tea in the mornings, beers in the afternoons, hot whiskey in the evenings and a mixture of all three until the wee hours of the morning. We're also continuing our quest to watch Italian shlock horror masterpiece Rats: Night Of Terror 10 times before completing the album (three and counting) and harassing the neighbour's cats with our massively-amped riffage in the night."

"We're ready to lay down some killer geetars next, followed by some bone-rattling bass, some eye-watering lead and some shit-on-a-stick-in-the-face vocals, which will surely make Citizen Brain one of the greatest thrash albums since Hellion Bastion's Pit Commando. We made that up. Here's how the first week of recording breaks down in figures. Read them. Know them. Forget them instantly. It's only fashion."

"Pounds spent on alcohol: 120
Drum tracks completed: 15
Number of jokes about wanking: 1,456
Number of jokes about Jeremy Beadle: 300
Amount of times Rats: Night Of Terror watched: 3
Hours spent playing Grand Theft Auto: 24
Declarations of love: 5
Shits: 40 +
Musical Diet: Omen, Steeler, Raven, Agent Steel, Ding Dong Denny O'Reilly, Bruce Springsteen, Mr Big, David Lee Roth, Taste, Tom Waits and God knows what else...
Food Diet: Toast. And crisps.
Life expectancy for average GB member: 3 months"

"GAMA BOMB - Faster Is Gooder"

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