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Robert Cowlin Interview by Marc Vanderberg

Interview with Robert Cowlin by Marc Vanderberg

Interview with Robert Cowlin (Singer of Terminal Gods) by Marc Vanderberg Robert Cowlin, born in 1990, is the lead singer of London based band `Terminal Gods`. Singing in baritone (always), hiring Dr. Avalanches’ grandson on drums (always), and wearing shades (sometimes) might remind some people of another British band. But if you listen to `Terminal…

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Interview with Robert Cowlin of Terminal Gods on high fidelity sound, the compact disc and Terminal Gods new album, Wave / Form.

Robert Cowlin speaks on high fidelity sound, the compact disc and Terminal Gods new album, Wave / Form. Wave / Form, the new Terminal Gods album, sounds fantastic. We have Robert Cowlin (vocals) here to tell us about what special efforts were put into making this fine recording. Robert is a music fan, audiophile and…

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Terminal Gods new single Boundless and seasonal B side!

    Terminal Gods squeezes in one more great release for 2015! Quickly following in the wake of the recent Road Of The Law single comes BOUNDLESS – Terminal Gods‘ Christmas 2015 single release! Released on 7″ vinyl in association with Snowflakes Christmas Singles Club, the record features Terminal Gods’ cover of “Driving Home For Christmas” by Chris Rea…

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Interview with Terminal Gods

Interview With Terminal Gods by Kris Prudhomme ~Accommodations and scheduling for the Interview created by DJ Jason~ Hello guys! Would you mind starting off by introducing yourselves to the readers? I’m Robert Maisey, lead guitarist from Terminal Gods. I live with Josh, our rhythm guitarist, in a flat above a chip shop in North London.…

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Absolution’s DJ Jason reviews the new Terminal Gods E.P. Machine Beat Messiah

  DJ Jason reviews the new Terminal Gods E.P. Machine Beat Messiah “Listening to the Terminal Gods E.P. Machine Beat Messiah… You must buy this.  It’s the best release of the year. I think Machine Beat Messiah will appeal especially to fans of The Sisters of Mercy‘s early works and the more trad punk type of goth.  They also…

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