Imperial Wax comprise of the last and longest serving members of The Fall.
Formed in 2018 – Dave Spurr, Keiron Melling and Pete Greenway joined forces with singer and guitarist Sam Curran to forge a unique sound infusing garage punk, krautrock, rockabilly, post punk and more.
**This will be an early evening show**
Imperial Wax will be playing material from their new album recorded during lockdown.
The debut album Gastwerk Saboteurs was released in May 2019 and was positively received – as were the singles ‘No Mans Land’ and ‘Art Of Projection ‘
The band are currently working towards their second LP (EP) and touring the UK in Nov/Dec 2019
“This is straight up infectious rock’n’roll filled with attitude and looking to get you to move” – Post Trash
“A modern take on post punk” – New Noise Magazine
“Just crying out for you to dance, shout and be battered down by” – Fighting Bordom
“To put it more plainly, the band succeeds at every approach it attempts” – Big Take Over
“Imperial Wax is a band with fire in their bellies, not some end-of-career cash-in” 8 out of 10 – the I Newspaper
“The idea of a band not looking for a fight but ready to end it if one should erupt ” – Uber Rock
“Relentless transmissions of anger, frustration and other volatile states. MES would approve ” 4/5 – Mojo
7/10 – Uncut
A new name for the 4 piece from the north east of England – after some odd and inconvenient digital cross-pollination with bands of a similar name, TV Death are the former Radio Silence lads.
“On the strength of this flawless debut EP, Radio Silence have the potential to be the best no-holds-barred rock & roll group to come out of Newcastle since The Animals. This is the start of something special.” - Louder Than War: https://louderthanwar.com/radio-silence-isolation-ep-review/
“Blustery guitars, manic drum hits, and combative Richard Hell vocals. 2021 is the new Orwellian 1984. And Radio Silence [TV Death] don’t like it all.” – Turn Up The Volume: https://turnupthevolume.blog/2021/03/25/combative-noise-frustrations-radio-silence-scores-with-debut-ep-isolation/
“..complete with riotous rhythms, surfs up guitar sounds, fuzzy intensity and brooding The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster-esque vocals. It’s a darkly refreshing and relevant listen..” – NARC magazine: https://narcmagazine.com/interview-radio-silence/