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Bruce talks to Japanese punk-metallers Electric Eel Shock about their UK tour, their new album Sugoi Indeed and their love of fishing.

This week, Japanese punk metal rockers Electric Eel Shock join Bruce.

Formed in Tokyo a decade ago, the trio were brought together over a mutual obsession with Black Sabbath. They are now considered to be one of rock's most hardworking bands. In the early days they recorded and released their own albums, paying their way by selling merchandise and their self recorded album Slayers Bay Blues at their own gigs... which of course they booked themselves.

On tour almost constantly since the start EES have now performed in over 30 countries, and return to play more dates around the UK this autumn. They talk to Bruce about how they funded new album Sugoi Indeed and about their love of fishing.

3 hours

Music Played

  • Skindred

    Electric Avenue

  • Hate Gallery

    Dead Celebrity Queen Of The Damned

  • Set Your Goals

    This Will Be The Death Of Us

  • Baroness

    War, Wisdom & Rhyme

  • Them Crooked Vultures

    New Fang

  • Delany

    Planets Turning

  • Katatonia

    Ghost of The Sun

  • Katatonia

    Day And The Shade

  • Angel House

    This Spirit

  • Proceed

    Your Glass Eye

  • Pearl Jam

    Get Some

  • Five Finger Death Punch

    Bad Company

  • Leverage

    Wolf And The Moon

  • Mean Streak

    Metal Slave

  • Starseed

    See Through Your Lies

  • Futures End

    Inner Self

  • Iron Maiden

    Phantom Of The Opera

  • Def Leppard

    Die Hard The Hunter

  • Skid Row


  • Crimson Glory


  • Slayer

    Order Through Beauty

  • Krokus

    Bedside Radio

  • Evile


  • Carcer City

    The Life We Have Chosen Pt2

  • Municipal Waste

    Media Skeptic

  • Electric Eel Shock

    Metal Man

  • Electric Eel Shock

    Out Of Control

  • Electric Eel Shock

    Goodbye Peach

  • Monster Magnet

    Freak Shop USA

  • Monster Magnet


  • Monster Magnet

    Dinosaur Vacuum

  • Turbo Wolf

    Let's Die

  • Deathstars

    Mark Of The Gun