London Fields Brewery, London, 12/12/2015
Adrian Janes watches 1970s proto-punk pioneers Rocket From The Tombs play a storming, sweaty set in London.
The Day the Earth Met the Rocket From the Tombs (2011)
In our 'Re:View' section, in which our writers look back at albums from the past, Jon Rogers reflects on the turbulent career of short-lived mid 70's punk pioneers Rocket From the Tombs, and their recently reissued posthumous 2002 album of demos and live recordings, 'The Day the Earth Met...'
The Black Album (2016)
Reinvigorated with new members, pioneering and reformed 70’s band Rocket from the Tombs' resurrection continues on their third album with their original energy and attitude still very much present
Rocket Redux (2004)
Spectacular new release rom the highly-influential Rocket from the Tombs, who thirty years on after initially splitting have reformed to record and finally release their debut studio album, 'Rocket Redux'
John Clarkson speaks to punk guitarist Cheetah Chrome about his bands Rocket from the Tombs and the Dead Boys, and 'Solo', his new mini-album and debut solo release
Batusis is the new punk supergroup of Sylvain Sylvain from the New York Dolls and Cheetah Chrome from Rocket From the Tombs and the Dead Boys.John Clarkson chats to Chrome about the recording of the band's recently released debut EP.
Pere Ubu's David Thomas has reformed his first group Rocket from the Tombs almost 30 years after they broke up. He talks to Jon Rogers about the ardours of going back on tour with them, their new album 'Rocket Redux' and his disillusionment with punk
Interview with Lutz Mastmeyer
The largest indie label in Germany, Glitterhouse includes on its roster the Willard Grant Conspiracy, the Walkabouts,16 Horsepower and Rocket from the Tombs. Second-in-charge Lust Mastmayer chats about its history and recent 20th anniversary celebrations