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Without doubt one of the most highly anticipated albums of 2014 has been Rocket Out Of London, the sophomore full-length from UK psyche rockers Damn Vandals. It is quite simply an exhilarating romp of psychotic rock ‘n’ roll which more than lives up to the greedy hopes and feisty expectations lying in wait for it. The album has not only reinforced the reputation of the band bred with debut album Done For Desire as one of the most original and promising propositions in British rock but cast the London quartet as a new template for psyche rock and sonically twisting ingenuity.

Featuring brawling incitements made from maelstroms of garage punk aligned to psyche and stoner rock, the album is a raw and hypnotic riot of insatiably addictive and demented rock ‘n’ roll. With tracks such as the aurally rapacious Twist Up And Tangle, the swamp-esque I Bring You Love, and the volcanic This Music Blows My Tiny Mind as well as the wickedly virulent title track, Rocket Out Of London is a dark and mischievous masterpiece and one you can get your fevered hands on for free.

Damn Vandals and Manilla PR have linked up with The Ringmaster Review to offer the readers the chance to win a free copy of Rocket Out Of London. It is the opportunity to romp voraciously one to one with one of the year’s major highlights from one of Britain’s most creatively dramatic and dynamic bands and we have two CDs up for you to win.

Simply answer this question in the comment box below leaving your name and email address. Submit your answers by Saturday May 17th when we will choose two winners randomly from the correct entries and be in touch for mailing details.

Now for the question…

What is the title of the first single taken from Rocket Out Of London?


Good Luck!


Read the review for Rocket Out Of London @ …it might give a clue 😉

Check out Damn Vandals @ and the new album @


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3 replies

  1. Twist up and Tangle

  2. “Twist up and Tangle”


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