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STICKY FILTH’s new album ‘Fourth Domain’ will be released on 14 November 2011. The album’s tracklist is as follows:

1. Crimson Red and Indigo
2. The Witch That Got Away
3. Bruise Easily
4. Happy Birthday
5. Jimmy Wheel
6. Said the Labourer
7. Jubba Heights
8. Machete
9. Light of Day
10. Overflow
11. One Flew Over
12. Beady Beady
13. Leave in the Morning
14. Unkind
15. No Comfort Comes
16. Hate Remains (Acoustic)

The album can be pre-ordered from Sticky Filth’s Bandcamp page for $15NZD.

A recent press release from STICKY FILTH says:

New Zealand Hardcore. Nocturnal Design. A Way Of Life. Wear The Scars. Know The Pain. One World. One Beat. Twenty Six Years After. The Past Is History. The Future Hasn’t Happened. This Is The End Of The Beginning.

Veteran is a term bandied about rather freely these days, almost as much as legendary but if any one band deserves that title in this country it is hardcore punk pioneers STICKY FILTH. After all not many bands in New Zealand can claim a continuous existence of twenty-six years (1985-2011).

2010 was a tough year for STICKY FILTH with founding members Craig Radford and Chris Snowdon both involved in separate serious accidents which saw the originally scheduled 25th anniversary release of ‘Fourth Domain’ to be put on hold.

With both Craig and Chris back on the road to recovery, the release of ‘Fourth Domain’ is now the perfect comeback for these hardcore punk legends.

Described as a powerhouse, with grim and brawny mid tempo buzzing bass lines, snotty pub rock vocals, jagged metallic shreds and head trampling drums, STICKY FILTH has graced the stage with bands such as the HENRY ROLLINS BAND, BAD BRAINS, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, MOTORHEAD and THE HARD ONS.

They’ve seen musical trends come and go but STICKY FILTH have stayed true to a formula that passionate fans will always embrace. This new album ‘Fourth Domain’ is 26 years of experience and undoubtedly their best work yet.

The first single ‘Happy Birthday’ is true to their signature sound, as it celebrates 26 years of life on the road in a rock and roll band.

Craig Radford (vocals / bass)
Chris Snowdon (guitar / vocals)
Mark “Boot” Hill (drums)