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Release date 30th April 2018
Available on Digipak CD, as a digital download and in a CD / T-Shirt Bundle
“Trevor’s Head present chunky, stoner riffage from the deepest darkest recesses of Redhill, Surrey. Every song has plenty of powerful grit and the pace picks up with punky, driving aggression, all wrapped up in warm desert-fuzz tone.” – DESERTFEST
“A band unwilling to stay confined within the boundaries of a specific genre or sound and who in making this stance have created their own genre and sound. Get inside Trevor’s Head, it’s a great place to be!” – DESERT PSYCHLIST
“As their track record suggests, Trevor’s Head seem locked in a state of perpetual evolution and experimentation and, for that, they have to be lauded.” – THE SLUDGELORD
“The perfect mix of Stoner, Blues, Grunge, Desert Rock and Hard Rock with soulful vocals to match” – OUTLAWS OF THE SUN
Trevor’s Head is a thick, greasy fondue of stoner rock, punk and grunge from a landfill town in the London commuter belt called Redhill. Their sound has evolved over the years, from fresh-faced hard rock to that of unhealthy British men who yearn for the desert. All three members share vocal duties over blistering fuzz guitar bolstered by a robust rhythm section.
Their second LP, “Tricolossus”, was released in February 2016. The band’s first offering as a trio, it marked their shift in sound and paved the way for an expedition into further sonic growth.
Trevor’s Head have pursued a relentless gigging schedule for the last four years, their work ethic as a live band garnering praise among promoters and bands on the UK underground scene. With a constant presence in England and a European tour under their belts, they are now coming for the rest of the U.K. and beyond.
This live work has seen Trevor’s Head rewarded with support slots with Radio Moscow, Greenleaf, Desert Storm, Morass Of Molasses, Vodun, Elephant Tree, Slabdragger and Church Of The Cosmic Skull among others. In May this year the trio are playing their biggest gig yet, at Desertfest London.
Catalogue number APF009