“I know a girl with perfect teeth, I bet she won’t be smiling at me, I know how Jeffrey Dahmer feels…lonely, lonely”, lyrics and a sound was my introduction to the then trio, Therapy? who were instrumental in my progression into the world of dark menacing lyrical rock. The 1994 record Troublegum exploded through my … Continue reading Album Review: Therapy? – Cleave
Last week saw Therapy? announce that their forthcoming album Cleave was to be released on 21st September 2018 through Marshall Records. The band have now unleashed an accompanying music video for their single "Callow" that sets the tone for the new record, which is now available for pre-order. Andy Cairns talks about the inspiration behind … Continue reading Therapy? drop new video from upcoming album
OK, I'm not sure if there's too much punctuation in that title or not enough, but we're very excited to be able to offer a chance at this incredible prize to anyone heading for Amplified Festival in July. Amplified Central have arranged to have Andy Cairns and his buds available for a chat around their … Continue reading Competition: Win a meet ‘n’ greet with Therapy?! Courtesy of Amplified Festival!
Cotswolds based Amplified Festival are proud to announce that closing out this year's event is none other than Northern Ireland's multi-million album selling Therapy? Bursting onto the scene in the early 90s, their short, sharp blasts of metal were given an alternative slant by merging it with a post-punk Wire/Gang of Four guitar sound. Therapy? … Continue reading Amplified Festival announces Sunday headliner, Evil Scarecrow moves to Saturday
Back in 2014 Andy Cairns was here at Bannermans on his fantastic acoustic solo tour, fast forward to today and he is back with Therapy? and guess what? It is an all-acoustic show as well called the “Wood & Wire” tour. The band, Andy Cairns (guitar, vocals), Michael McKeegan (bass) and Neil Cooper (drums) are playing to … Continue reading Therapy? – Bannermans, Edinburgh (12th October 2017)
To describe the late Eric Cook as a ‘music industry veteran’ would be akin to describing Gazza or Alan Shearer as ‘good footballers’. Eric was more than someone who just worked in the music industry, managed bands, ran a studio or ran record companies. He lived and breathed his passion for music. He helped so … Continue reading Therapy? announce Newcastle ‘Gig For Eric’ memorial show