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GAY FOR JOHNNY DEPP: New Video for Suckcess

January 28, 2011 by  

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GAY FOR JOHNNY DEPP: New Video for Suckcess

Controversial Brooklyn hardcore punk band GFJD (GAY FOR JOHNNY DEPP) will release its sophomore album What Doesn’t Kill You, Eventually Kills You on February 14, 2011 via Shinebox Recordings. Mixed by Grammy-nominated producer Alex Newport (The Melvins, Sepultura, Pissed Jeans), the Valentine’s Day release brims with electro-fury and has been called a “faster, meaner, rawer, leaner” update on the band’s fierce sound.

When asked for comment on the sound of the new album, the band replied in typically snide fashion: “The record is the sound of children being thrown from a carney carousel. A caffeinated, incorporated cog in the machinery…naked aggressive, nightly news-ish and stress related. Album of the Year (1989)”

The first glimpse from What Doesn’t Kill You, Eventually Kills You was recently premiered on NME, rolling out the shiny new GFJD song “Pink Flag” and saying of the band, “It’s all kicking off for these guys.” Check out the NME premiere of “Pink Flag” now at this location.

The track listing for GFJD’s What Doesn’t Kill You, Eventually Kills You is as follows:
1.) Santa Claus, The Easter Bunny and Artistic Integrity
2.) Suckcess
3.) She Has the Hottest Limp (It’s All Noize)
4.) Humility is for People Who Don’t Comprehend Their Own Mortality
5.) We Are the World? Burn It Down!
6.) Rod Don’t Surf
7.) Nine Inch Males (Born to Hate)
8.) No, I’m Married to Jesus. Now Keep Your Fucking Hands Off of Him.
9.) Pink Flag
10.) What Doesn’t Kill You, Eventually Kills You
11.) Cum on Feel the Boize *

In February 2011 Gay for Johnny Depp will set out on a UK headline tour with the The Computers.
February
15th –Bristol, The Croft
16th –Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
17th – Northampton, Roadmender3
18th –Derby, The Old Bell Hotel
19th – Manchester, Roadhouse 2
20th – Leeds, Cockpit 3
21st – Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete’s
22nd – Sheffield, Corporation Small Room
23rd – Birmingham, The Flapper
24th – Exeter, The Cavern
25th – Reading, Face Bar
26th – Brighton (Matinee), Club Revenge
26th – Harlow, The Square
27th – Margate, Westcoast Bar
28th – Tunbridge Wells, The Forum
March
1st – London, The Barfly
2nd – Guildford, The Boileroom






 

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