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British Noiseniks Gnod Want You to 'Just Say No to The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine'

Grab a bandana and stream "Bodies for Money" off the hypnotic new album from these Salford Krautrockers.

Kim Kelly

Kim Kelly

Rocket Recordings is gearing up to release Gnod's new album, and it's a doozy. Titled Just Say No to The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine, the Salford, UK couldn't have picked a better time to rail against the rabid right wing. The record itself a deviation from the long-running outfit's beloved industrial droning Krautrock; rather, Just Say No to The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine draws from the likes of Swans, Black Flag, and the Jesus Lizard, relying on hypnotic, gut-churning riffs, crashing cymbals, and off-kilter howls to force their message.

"It seems like we are heading towards even more unsettling times in the near future than we are in at present." reckons Chris Haslam of Gnod. "2016 is just the beginning of what I see as the establishment's systematic destruction of liberalism and equality as a reaction to the general public's loss of faith in their system"

Say yes to Just Say No to The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine by streaming the first track, "Bodies For Money," below (and preorder the full album here).

Kim Kelly is chanting "a-anti-anti-capitalista" on Twitter.