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Richter Collective will release the debut album from Hands Up Who Wants To Die, Buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo (title explained) next Friday 25th February.

It’s a punch in the gut rock album, a discordant and boisterous collection of noise-rock that incorporates gale-force riffs with apocalyptic rabble-rousing lyrics from Barry Lennon (also the Richter co-founder) on vocals.

Buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo was recorded in September 2010 in a World War II bomb shelter in Offenbach, Germany and was mastered by Bob Weston (Shellac & Mission Of Burma).

The album gets a Dublin launch on the 25th in The Mercantile with The Jimmy Cake, Melodica Deathship & Wizards Of Firetop Mountain supporting. Tickets are €10/€12 with a CD. The show will also be Roy Duffy’s last show with the band before he concentrates on Squarehead. He will be replaced by Matt Hedigan of Elk/Hooray For Humans for future live shows.

PRE-ORDER: CD | Vinyl

Hands up Who Wants to Die – Buffalo, buffalo, buffalo, Buffalo, buffalo [RIC022] by Richter Collective


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