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SULPHER


***MONUMENTAL NEW STUDIO ALBUM 'NO ONE WILL EVER KNOW' RELEASED AUGUST 31ST ON SPV / OBLIVION***

British industrial alternative rock quartet Sulpher, the band surrounding Marylyn Manson / The Prodigy guitarist Rob Holliday, have inked with Oblivion / SPV to release their vital, outstanding new album 'No One Will Ever Know', on August 31st.

On 'No One Will Ever Know', Sulpher have dusted off and modernized their unmistakable signature sound (consisting of rock, metal, a little electronica and dreamy shoegaze elements), in a more uncompromising and captivating way than ever before. Unconstrained anger meets melancholy toughness and atmospheric mental images meet a metallic dirtiness. A video for the title track has just been unveiled; check it out right here:



Sulpher were formed in 2000 by Rob Holliday and Steve Monti, who had previously played together in alt rock / electronica act Curve in the 1990's. Sulpher were soon considered one of the most promising and progressive European industrial metal bands on the scene after their riotous debut album 'Spray', released in 2002, won rave reviews across the continent. Sulpher were celebrated at shows supporting The Sisters Of Mercy, The 69 Eyes and Marylyn Manson, as well as prestigious appearances at many important European festivals, and were voted 'Best British Heavy Metal Band' in Metal Hammer in 2003.



The turning point came when, after a temporary hiatus, Rob and Steve both found themselves very much in demand; Holliday embarked on arena tours around the globe playing guitar with Marylyn Manson and The Prodigy in front of over a million enthusiastic fans. Monti went on to work with Gary Numan, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Gang Of Four, Wilco Johnson and Pop Will Eat Itself as either a much sought after drummer, producer, or both.

Then at the beginning of 2012 Rob and Steve recruited guitarist Andy Spillane plus bassist Davey Bennet to resurrect Sulpher for a gig and begin working on the songs that eventually made it on to 'No One Will Ever Know', which was subsequently recorded at London's Winch Studios painstakingly and with a ton of love for detail. The album title track, set to be released as a single on July 13th, "Is about how we perceive each other" explains Rob Halliday. "We always project something of ourselves onto others, but we never know how the other person really feels and whom we are dealing with. No matter how well you think you know somebody, at the end of the day we're all strangers." The subject of relationships is the concept of the whole album; a theme that has always fascinated Holliday in its different incarnations - the good, but much more so the negative sides of human coexistence. "The euphoria of falling in love, but also the disappointment and the fury when your partner has lied to you and cheated you and everything falls apart. I'm fascinated by what people are capable of doing to each other: love, hate and everything in between. These songs are my personal way of dealing with the things that go on in the world."

Contact – Roland Hyams ­ roland@workhardpr.com 07768 156392 / 020 8677 8466
www.spv.de www.facebook.com/SULPHERMUSIC
24th July 2018


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SULPHER


***Brand New 'Take A Long Hard Look' Single Video Released Today***

Celebrated British Industrial Alternative Rock quartet SULPHER, the band fronted by former Marylin Manson / Gary Numan / The Prodigy guitarist Rob Holliday, have inked with Oblivion / SPV to release their new album 'No One Will Ever Know', late in August 2018. 'Take A Long Hard Look', the first single to be taken from the album, released today, can be heard here:



Sulpher have also announced the following UK tour dates:-
24th April MANCHESTER Night People
25th April BIRMINGHAM Asylum 2
4th May DERBY The Hairy Dog
6th May MILTON KEYNES Crauford Arms
2nd June LONDON Camden Rocks Festival
7th July BRIDGWATER Cobblestones
8th July CHELTENHAM Amplified Festival



Sulpher were formed in 2000 by guitarist / multi-instrumentalist Rob Holliday and drummer / programmer / producer Steve Monti, who played together in alternative rock / electronica act Curve in the 1990's. Their debut album 'Spray', released in 2002, was hailed in many rock magazines as an utterly phenomenal LP, leading to Sulpher being voted 'Best British Heavy Metal Band' in Metal Hammer.

'Spray' exuded a distinctly gritty style of industrial alternative rock, paying homage to the legendary Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson, while mixing in the experimental sounds of such groups as Curve and The Prodigy's. One track on the album, 'Fear Me' was used for the USA 2002 Winter Olympic Games promo adverts throughout movie theatres and primetime TV in the States, raising the band's profile even further. Marylin Manson was so impressed that he invited Sulpher to support him in Germany, where they wowed the totally knocked-out 14,000 plus crowd.

However, having had their profile hugely lifted by the massive buzz around Sulpher, both Rob and Steve were then catapulted on to major stages as touring and recording musicians in a variety of supercool stellar acts. Rob went on to become guitarist in The Mission, Gary Numan, Marylin Manson (!) and The Prodigy. Steve went on to work with Gary Numan, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Gang Of Four, Wilco Johnson and Pop Will Eat Itself as either drummer, producer, or both.

Then, having been diverted from his beloved Sulpher for many years, Rob hooked back up with Steve, recruited guitarist Andy Spillane plus bassist Davey Bennet and in 2016 set about writing and extensively demoing songs for the successor to 'Spray'. 'No One Will Ever Know' was then painstakingly and lovingly recorded at London's Winch Studios during 2017.

Sulpher have dusted off and modernized their unmistakable signature sound on 'No One Will Ever Know', melding massive doses of rock, metal, a little electronica and neo-psychedelic shoegaze elements, to create a monumental album. Passionate, unconstrained anger morphs into melancholy toughness, and atmospheric mental images meet a metallic dirtiness.

Scrutineer – Roland Hyams ­ roland@workhardpr.com 07768 156392 / 020 8677 8466
www.spv.de
March 16th 2018


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SULPHER


***Brand New 'Take A Long Hard Look' Single Released March 16th - Taken From 'No One Will Ever Know' Album Due Out In August - On Oblivion /SPV ***

Celebrated British Industrial Alternative Rock quartet Sulpher, the band fronted by former Marylin Manson / Gary Numan / The Prodigy guitarist Rob Holliday, have inked with Oblivion / SPV to release their new album 'No One Will Ever Know', late in August 2018. 'Take A Long Hard Look', the first single to be taken from the album, is set for release on March 16th, followed by second single 'Used' on May 18th, and third single 'No One Will Ever Know' on July 13th.

Sulpher were formed in 2000 by guitarist / multi-instrumentalist Rob Holliday and drummer / programmer / producer Steve Monti, who played together in alternative rock / electronica act Curve in the 1990's. Their debut album 'Spray', released in 2002, was hailed in many rock magazines as an utterly phenomenal LP, leading to Sulpher being voted 'Best British Heavy Metal Band' in Metal Hammer.



'Spray' exuded a distinctly gritty style of industrial alternative rock, paying homage to the legendary Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson, while mixing in the experimental sounds of such groups as Curve and The Prodigy's. One track on the album, 'Fear Me' was used for the USA 2002 Winter Olympic Games promo adverts throughout movie theatres and primetime TV in the States, raising the band's profile even further. Marylin Manson was so impressed that he invited Sulpher to support him in Germany, where they wowed the totally knockedout 14,000 plus crowd.

However, having had their profile hugely lifted by the massive buzz around Sulpher, both Rob and Steve were then catapulted on to major stages as touring and recording musicians in a variety of supercool stellar acts. Rob went on to become guitarist in The Mission, Gary Numan, Marylin Manson (!) and The Prodigy. Steve went on to work with Gary Numan, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Gang Of Four, Wilco Johnson and Pop Will Eat Itself as either drummer, producer, or both.

Then, having been diverted from his beloved Sulpher for many years, Rob hooked back up with Steve, recruited guitarist Andy Spillane plus bassist Davey Bennet and in 2016 set about writing and extensively demoing songs for the successor to 'Spray'. 'No One Will Ever Know' was then painstakingly and lovingly recorded at London's Winch Studios during 2017. Sulpher have dusted off and modernized their unmistakable signature sound on 'No One Will Ever Know', melding massive doses of rock, metal, a little electronica and neo-psychedelic shoegaze elements, to create a monumental album. Passionate, unconstrained anger morphs into melancholy toughness, and atmospheric mental images meet a metallic dirtiness. Rob Holliday states; "Fantastic to be signing to a label that for many years we have had so much respect for; exciting times ahead with the SPV crew!

Scrutineer – Roland Hyams ­ roland@workhardpr.com 07768 156392 / 020 8677 8466
www.spv.de
February 23rd 2018


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