#MusicMonday July 16th

July 16, 2018 - 782 views

This week's #MusicMonday choice takes us to a band that originally formed back in 2000.

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 painstakingly recorded at London’s Winch Studios with a load of love for detail.

The album title track, released as a single on July 13th, “Is about how we perceive each other” explains Rob Halliday, and is this week's #MusicMonday Track of the Week.

We will play this every day for the next week at 6am, midday, 6pm and midnight and can be bought from here