New full length album from Blackpool recording artist VHS Head.
A collage of vocals, melodic splatters and stop/start rhythms grind against industrial soundscapes and atmospheric backdrops, while basslines and mutated guitar hooks grab the listener.
The name 'trademark ribbons of gold' was a reference to the pre-cert era of video tapes.
A "pre-cert video" is any videotape issued in the UK before the introduction of the 1984 Video Recordings Act.
Pre-cert videos were not required by law to be submitted to the BBFC so the era was unregulated, leading to many uncut releases of videos which would have fallen foul of the BBFC's strict guidelines. Some of the smaller independent companies decided to take advantage of this by issuing "strong uncut" versions depicting graphic violence and gore. A whole barrage of titles previously banned by the BBFC from getting a cinema release suddenly ended up uncensored on home video.
This was seen as the true golden era of home video.
Enjoy the 'trademark ribbons of gold'.