Not Your Typical Victorians

by The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing

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about

The UK’s biggest, loudest steamPUNK band return with their eagerly awaited third album Not Your Typical Victorians, the follow up to 2012’s This May Be The Reason Why The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing Cannot Be Killed By Conventional Weapons. The album, delayed by over a year thanks to singer Andy Heintz throat cancer diagnosis, was recorded at London’s Livingston studios and is the sharpest, heaviest, funniest release yet from the four-piece which also features comedians Andrew O’Neill and Marc Burrows on guitar and bass, and London musical stalwart Jez Miller, alumnus of Lords of the New Church and Showgirls, on drums. The album is a unique Victorian slant on punk and metal, dealing with such subjects as doomed chimney sweeps, coughing miners, horrible sideshows and poisonous wives, all wrapped in the gin soaked smog of 19th Century London. Only with LOUD guitars.

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released September 25, 2015

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