Creature with the Atom Brain
|Creature with the Atom Brain|
|Genres||Alternative rock, Indie rock, psychedelic rock, experimental rock|
|Labels||Jezus Factory Records
Queens of the Stone Age
Jean-Philippe De Gheest
Michiel Van Cleuvenbergen
|Past members||Dave Schroyen|
Creature with the Atom Brain is a Belgian alternative rock band consisting of Millionaire keyboardist Aldo Struyf (Guitar/Keys/Vocals), Michael Lawrence(Drums), Jan Wygers (Bass) and Michiel Van Cleuvenbergen (Guitar). The band have been said to make "fuzzy stripped-back rock’n'roll noise with a generous helping of weird." The band's name is taken from the Roky Erickson & The Aliens song (Which in turn was taken from the 1955 film of the same name), with Struyf citing Erickson's former band The 13th Floor Elevators and the man himself as influencing Creature with the Atom Brain's sound.
After two 12" EPs on Conspiracy records, the band released their first full length album on March 24, 2008, entitled I am the Golden Gate Bridge. The album notably featured guest vocals from fellow Millionaire band-member Tim Vanhamel and Mark Lanegan, Struyf having provided keyboards and toured for the latter's Bubblegum album. Creature with the Atom Brain have since toured in support of the album, including playing cancelled shows for Masters of Reality and supporting Jesus and Mary Chain on selected shows.
- The Snake (2005)
- Kill the Snake (2006)
- "Album review: Creature With The Atom Brain - I Am The Golden Gate Bridge". Rock-metal-music-reviews.com. 2008-03-06. Retrieved 2008-07-09.
- "Creature With The Atom Brain". Jezusfactory.com. Retrieved 2008-07-09.
- "Interview: Aldo Struyf of Creature With The Atom Brain". Rock-metal-music-reviews.com. Retrieved 2008-07-09.
- "Creature With The Atom Brain supporting Jesus and Mary Chain London Roundhouse 12th March". Drownedinsound.com. Archived from the original on 2008-06-17. Retrieved 2008-07-09.
- Official website
- Creature with the Atom Brain at Last.fm
- Creature with the Atom Brain on MySpace
- Creature with the Atom Brain at Discogs
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