A band that leaps beyond mere categorization, SGM represents a defiance against anything we‘ve come to expect about musical delivery. Steeped somewhere in the pantheon of 19th-century scientific lectures, vaudevillian blasts of excitement, puppet shows, self-made instruments, formless abstraction, soothing atmospheres, man-on-the-street interviews, and death metal – SGM has proven itself as one of the most prominent experimental forces in the musical underground of the last 15 years.
Harkening back to the mischievous influences of The Residents, Frank Zappa, and Captain Beefheart; SGM has fashioned their own intense Dadaist universe out of a string of legends that manifest in the mysterious manners of being unable to be proven true or untrue. Their first concert performance had the lonely attendee of a single banana slug. All three of the band‘s albums will see their first-time publication on deluxe wax with brand new vinyl masters and layouts, presented in heavyweight gatefold jackets on heavyweight vinyl with printed inner sleeves.
A1. A Hymn To The Morning Star A2. The Donkey-Headed Adversary Of Humanity Opens The Discussion A3. Phthisis
B1. Bring Back The Apocalypse B2. FC: The Freedom Club
C1. Gunday‘s Child C2. The 17-Year Cicada C3. The Creature C4. What Shall We Do Without Us?