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Hull, UK (2002 – present)

Tommy Concrete is a musician and author. He was born in Hull, UK but lives in Edinburgh. Tommy Concrete became a solo artist with the industrial metal album We Have Bift Off in 2002. Before that, Tommy Concrete had played in bands since 1989 such as Flib Ginis Dead Chimps, Warp Spasm, Cosmic Juggernaut, Concrete Head, Zaceus Zinetti, Shitball, Dog Muck, the cyber insaniac surfers & Underhill.

In 2003 Tommy Concrete joined Scottish heavy metal legends Man of the Hour. Releasing two albums Skull Orchard in 2003 & Destroy the Machines of Slaughter in 2007. Man of the Hour split in 2009 when guitarist Matt Justice Mguire joined Scottish punk legends The Exploited.

2005 saw the formation of the psychedelic doom band Doomlord. This was alongside Paddy Tobin & Mike Sowerby of progressive rock band The Last People On Earth. Tommy Concrete & Paddy Tobin had previously played together in the bands Flib Ginis Dead Chimps, Warp Spasm, Cosmic Juggernaut & Concrete Head. Doomlord was a studio project that released five albums. Vortex 1 in 2005, Futuristic Witchcraft in 2007, The Circus of Sacrifice also in 2007, Atlantis in 2008 and the final album Northern Europe in 2008.

Tommy Concrete started work on the follow up to We Have Bift Off in 2006. A double album, part one consited of 12 songs written prior to We Have Bift Off. These were recorded in 2006 with the Doomlord line up, produced by Paddy Tobin at The Last Studios in Hull.

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