a2501229188_16ARTIST: Narcosatanicos

RELEASE: Body Cults

RELEASE DATE: November 4th 2016

RECORD COMPANY: Bad Afro Records

‘Narcosatanicos’ are a psych/prog/noise rock band from denmark and are by all means laying down the ‘Danelaw’ once again. In a world populated with Sonic Youth and MBV 2.0’s this band immediately caught my ears as if a sawn off shotgun had been unloaded into them and the surrounding areas of my mind. 

Echoing the experimental ballsyness of ‘Can’ ,the brute force of ‘Black Sabbath’ and dare I say saxyness of ‘Bitches Brew’ era ‘Miles Davis’ all the while keeping it brilliantly psych! This is something I personally admire in a world where people are relying more on their foot pedals than their actual fingers, this band is cataclysmically heavy and experimental in equal measure (These boys definitely love ‘Mastodon’).

‘Body Cults’ is an exhibition of all of the most twisted elements I mentioned above. If you are reading this and have not heard the album yet, go into this album after an argument with the Mrs, a shitty day at work or after the results of America’s recent election to feel it in its full nature.

There is absolutely no point in me explaining the tracks, ‘track by track’ while I have a link ready for you with which you can experience it for yourself.
 If you have gotten this far by reading then you are likely to already be interested.

 Instead of the usual track by track verbose nonsense where I try and plug my agenda to you, I will just suggest standout tracks. The opener ‘Vulvic Church’ is a crafty beast whilst ‘Television Dreams’ reminds me of Earthworm Jim for the Sega Mega Drive for some reason?! ‘Matamoros’ is why I added the ‘Miles Davis’ reference and of course the hard hitting lead single ‘Vile’.


‘Body Cults’ is available to buy/download right now from: badafrorecords.bandcamp.com





Robert Mulhern is the vocalist, guitarist, producer & engineer in Irish based heavy experimental psych-gazers ‘Tuath’. Hailing from Donegal in the North of the Republic, Robert’s musical influences span numerous genres and are far reaching. ‘Tuath’ are quietly establishing themselves as forerunners in Ireland’s experimental shoegaze & psych-rock scene.