Vile Assembly is Mark Wainwright, Mark Webb and Paul Mason, a tight knit trio of songwriters, musicians and producers. Spiralling from the success of their debut single earlier this year, the Liverpool based Punk trio spark anarchy and debate with the release of their follow up single and the debut album out this Autumn.

The trio garnered global media acclaim as far reaching as Japan with the release of their debut single ‘Suicide Feast’ earlier this year. Now they’re back with a bold serving of anarchic Punk with the release of their follow-up single, ‘Gone’, on 6th October, taken from their debut album ‘Fattened By The Horrors Of War’ which is out on October 20th.

The band were created solely to be the whistle blowers on unjust society; their purpose to say what needs to be said through the universally understood medium of music. With their bold, beat driven, brazen melodic style, they defy you not to take notice.

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Fusing the classic 70s Punk vibe of The Clash and the Sex Pistols with a more considered Bowie-esque lyrical content, ‘Gone’ points the judgemental finger at the mighty conglomerates. This single puts the spotlight on the harshness of our system, blatantly exposing the fact that if organisations want you to disappear (whether it’s from work or expelled from the country), then they will act that, without any remorse or hesitation. Do not mess with the powers that be is the message here. Smartly creating a catchy melodic hook and an addictive ‘gone, gone, gone’ chant, all woven around stoic Punk lyrics, ‘Gone’ was created so that it could be easily digested by the masses.

Vile Assembly wants us all to wake up and realise that, whilst we’re a medicated nation, the corporates will always have the ultimate power and control. If anyone speaks out against the corporates they won’t wait, they won’t hesitate, when they want you gone, you’re gone. Free from fear, the trio is using their musical muscle to speak out and they won’t stop screaming until they’re heard.

Listen, absorb and make a change!

The single ‘Gone’ is released on 6th October on Vile Records.

“When I heard Suicide Feast I absolutely had to play it, it’s musical intent you just can’t fake”
– Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6