Raucous cover of a true classic...
Terminal Gods

An imposing fusion of hard rock's muscle, post-punk's artful touch and the clinical electronics of the early 80s, Terminal Gods have been pillaging London's venues for some time now.

Releasing a sold out EP and a pair of seven inches, the ever-industrious group also run A New Dusk - perhaps London's leading minimal/cold wave night.

But live is, as ever, where it's at. Terminal Gods recently breezed into Dalston, playing a memorably sweaty night at venue-du-jour Power Lunches.

Bringing a camera crew along for the ride, the band were captured rampaging through The Velvet Underground's proto-punk classic 'White Light / White Heat'.

Opting instead to reflect David Bowie's more measured live rendition, you can check it out below.

Hooking up with Palm Zone Records, Terminal Gods are set to release new EP 'Palm Zone - Session 1' shortly.

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