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Mon May 14th, 2018

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The last time Threat.Meet.Protocol played in Wellington they managed to make it through the first 7 seconds of their first song before breaking up on stage. This time they come prepared with a drummer who doesn't have a drinking problem, a new EP 'Where did you put my Marbles?' and a strong will not to completely embarrass themselves again....

Joining them will be two of their favourite Wellington bands who in fairness will be far far better than T.M.P....

Starving Millions and Opium Eater

$10 entry. Also payable in marbles.

Generic Press Release:

… but we thought Threat.Meet.Protocol were all dick joke and dick drawings and other dick related things? Surely to god they’re not growing up?

The truth is stranger than fiction; having demonstrated their growth with their last album, Mindless Consumption, from a band that wanted to irk everyone to a trio that can knock out more than a catchy, radio friendly tune (see: “The Garden”, which got playlisted on several radio stations the band would at one stage mercilessly taunt), Tauranga’s idiot savants Threat.Meet.Protocol are on the advent of releasing their latest efforts in the form of an EP.

Where Did You Put My Marbles, due for release shortly after New Zealand Music Month (typical), is the kind of release the band would of punched themselves for making back in their nihilistic “Fuck MUZAI” days. But as Austin “Scowling Wolf” Cunningham and co-horts get a little bit older, their disdain becomes a lot more mellower also. The EP’s forthcoming single, “He Saw His Shadow” shows that… which will be released at some stage during NZ Music Month (we still know how to play the game a little), with a tour of New Zealand in support of the new release taking place in June.


Louis Baker

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