After a year of blood and sweat, Ulterior return with new single ‘Sex War Sex Cars Sex’ and gear up to release their long awaited debut album.

Ulterior return this winter to restore the bite of London’s Dark Rock scene with new single ‘Sex War Sex Cars Sex’, together with their debut album following in early 2011. With a hive of activity penned for the coming months, their scheduled ascent is one to follow closely into the new year.

The single is to be released on Speed Records on November 1st in an exclusive collaboration with Rough Trade Stores. A limited edition 7″ single will be available only to purchase at Rough Trade Stores in 3 colourways and an in-store appearance planned to coincide with the album release.

Watch “Sex War Sew Cars Sex” video, shot by The Turrell Brothers (Tandem, Cannes Film Festival 2009 here:

‘Sex War Sex Cars Sex’ precedes their soon-to-be-named debut LP which was recorded and mixed by long serving band producer Zlaya Hadzic (Sonic Youth / Tortoise) in his studio in Holland over the past year.

Ulterior will be playing a single launch show in London on 5th November at The Electrowerkz. More details coming soon.

ULTERIOR :  ‘SEX WAR SEX CARS SEX’
LABEL: SPEED RECORDS
RELEASE: 1ST NOVEMBER 2010 (7”exclusively via Rough Trade shop + download)

‘Searing our facades of cool with the drum machine driven truth.’ – Hamish MacBain, NME

‘The new dark stars painting indie black’ – NME (cover, Feb/March)

‘an ultra-potent blend of pulsing electronics, screeching noise guitar and sloganeering lyrics.’ – Stool Pigeon

“consistently playing some of the most intense gigs in the past couple of years” – The Quietus

‘The quartet look and sound fantastic: shrouded in smoke, lit from behind, and wrapped in their wall of noise, their leather jacket proto-grunge image makes it seem like The Jesus & Mary Chain have killed Suicide, stolen their souls and their gear, and jumped twenty years into the future.’ The New Thing

‘Half The Sisters Of Mercy, a quarter ’80s-era Killing Joke and a quarter Gary Numan [circa Replicas], Ulterior’s dingy electro-beat is at once postmodern and gothic.’ Decibel

‘The group is a singular physical experience, the pulverizing rhythms and disorienting guitar noise entertaining the role of a sinister tag team in your speakers.’ Delusions of Adequacy

‘…a wall of pop noise which draws you in and instantly. If you are like me you become a believer.’ Retna Music UK

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