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The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing


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The Men That Will Not be Blamed for Nothing is a steampunk band from London. Their name is a reference to the chalked graffiti discovered above a section of blood-stained apron thought to have been discarded by Jack the Ripper as he fled the scene of Catherine Eddowes’ murder. They describe themselves as “Crusty punk meets cockney sing-songs meets grindcore in the 1880s.”

Formed in 2008 by Andrew O’Neill and Andy Heintz, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing have already featured on the cover of the lifestyle magazine The Chap, within the covers of Bizarre Magazine and the NME and played in diverse venues including comedy clubs, festivals and theatres (the latter mainly in support of frontman O’Neill on the tour of his comedy show Andrew O’Neill’s Totally Spot-On History Of British Industry).

Their debut album, entitled Now That’s What I Call Steampunk! Volume 1, was released on 24 May 2010.

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