The mayhem that is Alien Sex Fiend, a goth band formed in London in 1982 with Nik Fiend and his spouse Mrs. Fiend as the driving force of the band. Alien Sex Fiend became one of the regular acts at the legendary Batcave club, which has become known as the home of many other goth bands.
The band's sound is always evolving - nightmarish drones, psychotic samples, throbbing synths, analogue drums and heavy guitar work all gouged and distorted with Nik Fiend's notorious thick cockney drawl growling over the top. A genuine edge of trippy insanity & excitement that's sickly euphoric.
2010 saw the band release a new studio album - their 13th - Death Trip to both fan & critical acclaim. "…it’s the best record they’ve made since the 80’s"- Mick Mercer
A very special "Batcave 30th Anniversary Show" in London on 1st December 2012, marked 30 years to the very day that Alien Sex Fiend played their first ever gig at the original Batcave club.
“But that’s nothing compared with the manic nightmare that is Alien Sex Fiend… I doubt, in fact, that I’ve ever heard anything uglier in the name of music - a cult following seems assured” - Colin Irwin, Melody Maker, September 1982
ALIEN SEX FIEND SHOWS in 2014
18th September - Willemeen, Arnhem, Holland
19th September - Luxor, Koln, Germany
20th September - Ratrock Free Festival, Harelbeke, Belgium
For more info on these shows go to
Alien Sex Fiend - LATEST STUDIO ALBUM - Death Trip
Pure classic Sex Fiend", "…it’s the best record they’ve made since the 80’s"- Mick Mercer
"Murderously enjoyable" & "with added X-rated factor" - Kris Needs
with 16 page booklet & all-new Nik Fiend artwork
From iTunes, Napster, etc
Recorded in Hallucinosound
Featuring 10 original tracks
Land Of The Living Dead
One Way Ticket
The Hills Have Eyes
Intensify The Treatment
Dance Of The Dead
Beyond A Psychic Evil
Oops! Wrong Planet
YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
Released by 13th Moon Records
Available to buy from Blue Crumb Truck (the official Alien Sex Fiend online store) & other retailers
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