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Protomartyr are set to reissue their debut album, 'No Passion All Technique'

It was originally released back in October 2012.
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Published: 3:37 pm, March 07, 2019
Protomartyr are set to reissue their debut album, 'No Passion All Technique'

Protomartyr are set to reissue their debut album.

'No Passion All Technique' was originally released back in October 2012 via Urinal Cake Records, and hasn't been available of late - either in print or on streaming services.

Now set to arrive via Domino, the new version will be expanded with four non album tracks and the never-before-released ‘Whatever Happened to The Saturn Boys’.

“My memory is shot,” vocalist Joe Casey says of the record, “but I appreciate now, looking back, how raw and off-the-cuff it was. There’s tons of mistakes in it and that wasn’t because we planned on it. We still can’t really admit that it’s as good as it is. You never want to say that your first is the best, but I’m happy that the first ended up not being terrible. It gave us doorway to what we’d want to do later. ”

You can check out a video for 'Jumbo's' below, alongside the full tracklisting below.

1. In My Sphere
2. Machinist Man
3. Hot Wheel City
4. 3 Swallows
5. Free Supper
6. Jumbo’s
7. Ypsilanti
8. Too Many Jewels
9. (Don’t You) Call Me Out My Name
10. How He Lived After He Died
11. Feral Cats
12. Wine of Ape
13. Principalities
14. King Boots (Bonus Track)
15. Bubba Helms (Bonus Track)
16. Cartier E.G.s (Bonus Track)
17. Whatever Happened to the Saturn Boys? (Bonus Track)

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