Gama Bomb Untouchable Glory on LP
Gama Bomb combine the reckless, headbanging intensity of '80s thrash metal with a 21st century love of all things geek. After self-releasing their first album Survival Of The Fastest in 2005, albums Citizen Brain (2008) and 2009's Tales from the Grave in Space marked them out as a band with big ideas, with Tales one of the first albums ever released as a free download by a signed band.
Their unique mix of pop culture nods, speed metal and knowing humor won a cult following in Europe and far beyond, which they cemented with tireless touring. In 2013, the band signed to AFM Records to release The Terror Tapes, followed in 2015 by their most audacious move yet: Untouchable Glory, an unapologetically hooky thrash album inspired by vintage kung fu movies.
Featuring 12-tracks as keen as a razor from the self-titled "New Wave Of Irish Ripping Metal" band mixed and mastered by Scott Atkins (Cradle Of Filth, Sylosis, Savage Messiah). Cover artwork by Graham Humphreys (illustrator for film posters and campaigns including Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses).