Preorder our debut record Electric Tentacles in the Prosthetic Records webshop HERE!
Available as Gatefold Vinyl and CD.
Release dates: April 21 – USA / April 20 – UK/EU / April 24 – Germany
REVOLVER Magazine & METAL HAMMER premiere Jump Rope With Electric Wires Video
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Sherlock Amps Endorsement!
Very happy to announce that I’m now the official artist for Sherlock Amplifiers!!
I’ve been a very happy user of the FAT Head for years. It’s an incredible amplifier. I also use a custom tube preamp which Dale made me for tours overseas. You can hear the Sherlock in action on the Damian Murdoch Trio record & videos. Very happy about this one, it was a loooong time coming….I can HIGHLY recommend Dale’s amps, no matter what genre of music you play.
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Here is the FAT Head in action.
DMT sign to Prosthetic Records!
We are very proud to announce that the Damian Murdoch Triohave signed with Prosthetic Records(USA). They have had a pretty serious line-up of bands on their roster over the years. We’re extremely happy to have been added to the list!
Official Press Release:
Prosthetic Records is excited to announce instrumental “experimental heavy blues rock” outfit DAMIAN MURDOCH TRIO as the newest addition to its roster. Described as a cross between “Black Sabbath meets Hendrix meets Scott Henderson” (Guitar Mania), the Berlin-based trio combines elements of hard grooving heavy blues and experimental fusion with headbang-inducing, riff-laden heavy rock and roll.
Formed by Australian transplant Damian Murdoch, best known for his work with progressive metal group The Ocean, the trio’s current line-up also includes bassist Harry Stöckl and Micheal Posch on drums. THE DAMIAN MURDOCH TRIO released their debut album, “Electric Tentacles,” in 2013, winning over critics and fans with “beautifully radiant, energetic” songs and “a heavy foundation of twisted, curling riffs and shred.” (MetalSucks). The band’s sophomore effort is due out later this year; stay tuned for more details.
“We’re totally excited to be working with Prosthetic,” says Murdoch. “We’re currently knee-deep in the writing process for our next record, which is shaping up to be quite heavy so far. The plan for this one was to write the dirtiest, filthiest record possible, so we’ll see where we end up.”