Album News: Radar Men From The Moon - Vomitorium

Radar Men from the Moon are today sharing the new single 'Psychic Warfare Now!' and announcing new album 'Vomitorium'. 

Eindhoven based Radar Men from the Moon are today sharing the new single 'Psychic Warfare Now!' and announcing new album 'Vomitorium'. Out August 16th, you can watch the new video and pre-order ltd edition vinyl here

Revelling in cathartic excess and a bludgeoning intensity, they power through 90s industrial electronics, discordant noise-rock and the darkest post-punk extremes. On the lead single, the band write: "Who am I? Psychic Warfare Now is about cutting up the mind and the many contradictory thoughts we have as humans. Getting rid of blockades like dogmas, morals and conventions. There are no conventions that can bestow, and there are no dogmas that can forge a glow. Musically the song is reminiscent of the Killing Joke doomy punk stomp."

"The album features eight mental landscapes, all with an entrance and an exit, just like a vomitorium of a Roman theatre”, they say of the newly-announced album as a whole: “Power structures that are constantly aroused and working against each other."

On this recording, Radar Men From The Moon is made up of founding members Glenn Peeters (guitar) and Tony Lathouwers (drums), alongside second drummer Joep Schmitz, Bram Van Zuijlen (guitar/synths), Niek Manders (bass) and new vocalist Niels Koster. 'Vomitorium' is the band's eighth full-length in an extensive, shape-shifting discography that has also seen collaborations with the likes of Gnod (as Temple ov BBV), The Cosmic Dead and 10 000 Russos.


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