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New Model Army are a legendary global underground cult band. Formed by Justin Sullivan in Bradford in 1980, their beginnings were inspired by northern soul, punk, rock and the incendiary atmosphere of the times. Since then, they have had a long, creative and eventful journey. They have been massively influential in ‘post-punk’, ‘folk-rock’, ‘politico-rock’, ‘goth’, ‘metal’ and all kinds of musical sub-cultures but they have steadfastly refused to belong to any genre.
Without a ‘genre’ audience, and never having had a top 20 hit single in any country, new model army still have album sales in the millions, have attracted some of the biggest producers on the planet (Glyn Johns, Tom Dowd, Andy Wallace, Bob Clearmountain) and have built up an almost religious devotion amongst fans.
Since marking their 30th anniversary at the end of 2010 with multiple retrospective releases and an ambitious series of two-night stands in cities across four continents, the band have endured a series of misfortunes including the loss of almost all their equipment and archives in a studio fire at the end of 2011.
During autumn 2013 they began a full worldwide tour with shows across Europe to promote an ambitious new studio album (their twelfth), quite different from its predecessors. Self-produced but mixed by another a-lister, Joe Barresi (best known for extensive work with tool, Queens of the Stoneage, Bad Religion and Soundgarden), the new album is filled with multi-layered drums and atmospheric musical textures while sacrificing none of the band’s famous passion and song-writing skills. A full-length film documentary on the history of the band is being finished to co-incide with its release.
Originally formed as a three piece, the current five piece features Michael Dean on drums, dean white on keyboards, Marshall Gill on guitar and their latest addition, Ceri Monger on bass (although all members are multi-instrumentalists). This is a remarkable band - as hungry and focused as ever, with a continually regenerating audience and insatiable creative ambition.
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Amazing gig (again)....after seeing these guys now for around 27 years, for a more mature guy, Justin can still do his thing brilliantly with all the passion, excitement and still he shows love and appreciation for his fans! fantastic!
About this Artist
The Journey so far.New Model Army played their first gig in Bradford on October 23rd 1980. Its founding members were Justin Sullivan, Stuart Morrow and Phil Tompkins. The threesome had already been together for a couple of years in a number of Bradford bands with other musicians and singers but in the Autumn of 1980, they decided to form a stripped... Read more