GAMA BOMB + REZET
In the rot-infested bowels of a boarded-up bunker, five brave soldiers are steeling themselves for an over-the-top assault against the plague ripping through the metal masses. As the brain-dead hordes claw and scratch at their fortified safehouse, Gama Bomb have armed themselves with an arsenal of razor fine riffs and rapier wits as they prepare to take on the brain-sucking musical dead..
Shielding themselves away from the infestation some years back, they've sustained their will on the torch-bearing rations of yesteryear's thrash titans, sharpening their skills and perfecting their blistering attack in hundreds of field-tests and soundlab simulations. Early victories against the metal malaise sent legions of thrashers to their side, bolstering the unit's already sub-nuclear powers.
Gama Bomb launched themselves on an unsuspecting public in 2002, spewing out tales of zombies, booze and brains that saw them immediately build up a loyal following in their native Ireland and the UK. Over the next few years the band independently released two short EPs before releasing their full-length debut, 'Survival Of The Fastest', through European music label Witches Brew in early 2006.
In September 2007, Gama Bomb signed a record deal with Earache Records. Shortly after, the band featured on Earache's 'Thrashing Like A Maniac' compilation with their song "Zombie Brew" and were also highlighted in NME's Guide to New Thrash. The band have since completed a successful UK tour with Exodus, played with the likes of Tankard, At War, Sabbat and Onslaught, and already have a sold out show with Machine Head at the Dublin Ambassador under their bullet belts.