MAXIMUM SWAMP R’n’R  2019                     

Saturday 12th January – Sounds Record Store Parade 66,  5911 CE, Venlo,  Netherlands

Saturday 12th January – Aloha Fest, Poppodium Grenswerk, Pepperstrat 10, 5911 HA, Venlo, Netherlands

Saturday 26th January – Mulberry Bar, Arundel Gate, Sheffield S1 2PP

Saturday 16th February  – The Islington, 1 Tolpuddle Street, London N1 0XT

Friday 1st March – WILD Weekender, Wollewei, Droaiboomstraat 6 2330 Turnhout, Belgium

Saturday 2nd March – WILD Weekender, Venue Kuub, Warandestraat 42 Turnhout, Belgium

Saturday 9th March – Castle & Falcon, 402 Moseley Road, Moseley, Birmingham B12 9AT

Saturday 16th March – The Fenton, 161 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds LS2 3ED

Saturday 27th April – Scruffy Murphy’s, Newton Street, Dale End, Birmingham B4 7LN

Saturday 4th May – Sela Bar, 20 New Briggate, LS1 6NU Leeds

Saturday 25th May – The Rolleston, 73 Commercial Road, Swindon SN1 5NX

Saturday 29th June – The Freakshow, Holy Trinity Church, Mount Pleasant, Blackburn BB1 5BN


Hey, as Steve Albini once said ‘Breaking up is an idea that has occurred to far too few groups. Sometimes to the wrong ones.’ So after nearly 400 worldwide shows in just over 4 years The Terrorsaurs are calling it a day and will cease to function as a live band. We’ve done our bit for Rock ‘n’ Roll and have other commitments now. The easy option would be to play the odd show but there’s no way I’m reducing us to a zombie act who just surface occasionally. That’s not a band. Five years ago when an early incarnation played a tentative first gig it was inconceivable the concept could achieve anything worthwhile. However a few months later our classic line up emerged and since then we’ve been all over the UK, set foot in 12 different countries and hit the big stage during 3 USA tours. It’s been a Wild ride for sure.
The Terrorsaurs brand name will live on with new lines of clothing, merchandise and unreleased material all appearing throughout 2020 and beyond. Regular updates in the shop page.
On behalf of the band I’d like to say a massive Thank you to everyone who has supported us across the globe from those who attended shows & bought merch to the Wild Records family, promoters, performers and all the talented people we’ve been privileged to work with. We gave it a real good go, hope you enjoyed the Swamp Show.

Kind regards to all

Ian B (King Fink) – Trademark owner The Terrorsaurs