The Euphoric CD Bundle

‘The Euphoric’ on CD, plus a limited edition bonus CD featuring unreleased live tracks and demos, and an print of the album artwork.

The bonus CD and print are both signed and numbered, and in limited editions of 500.

The Euphoric T-Shirt

‘The Euphoric’ badge T-shirt in navy blue quality cotton. Available in both gents and ladies designs.

The Euphoric Vinyl Bundle

‘The Euphoric’ on 12″ vinyl LP, plus a limited edition bonus CD featuring unreleased live tracks and demos, and an print of the album artwork.

The bonus CD and print are both signed and numbered, and in limited editions of 500.

The Euphoric CD only


‘The Euphoric’ on CD – featuring artwork by Mark Buckingham.

The Euphoric Vinyl only


‘The Euphoric’ on Vinyl. A gatefold sleeve featuring artwork by Mark Buckingham.


Formed in 2010 as an instrumental three piece, The Fierce And The Dead’s sound has constantly evolved since debuting with a 19 minute one track EP, ‘Part 1’, that combined epic post rock with electronica, krautrock and psychedelia. 2011’s debut album ‘If It Carries On Like This We Are Moving To Morecambe’ added hardcore punk, jazz and ambient influences into the mix. Over the course of these two releases the band began to gain a cult following and critical acclaim from the underground and mainstream music press.

Early in 2012 the band started playing live the with the addition of second guitarist Steve Cleaton, giving TFATD a heavier edge to their sound that carried over to the ‘On VHS’ EP, which included live favourite ‘666…6’. At this point The Fierce And The Dead were often compared to King Crimson and Black Flag. More touring followed including the Rock-A-Rolla/Prog Magazine sponsored Stabbing A Dead Horse package tour alongside Knifeworld and Trojan Horse and an appearance on snooker player and ‘Weird’ music fan Steve Davis’s radio show.

2013 saw the release of Spooky Action, their first album since signing to the Bad Elephant Music label. Ever evolving, Spooky Action stayed instrumental but added interlocking Televison influenced guitars, math metal and songs about quantum physics to the band’s sound. Spooky Action appeared in numerous blogs and magazines end of year lists and was critically acclaimed by Total Guitar, Rock A Rolla, Classic Rock, Echoes And Dust and numerous others. They finished the year with a nomination for a Prog Magazine Award for best new act. Spooky Action gigs continued into 2014 as they remixed F.U.R.S., headlined the Strangeforms festival in Leeds, played alongside Anathema and toured the UK to an ever-growing fan base.

In 2015 they released the Magnet EP which sold out on release. They played many more gigs including supporting Dave Lombardo’s post Slayer project Philm, Crippled Black Pheonix and The Aristocrats. They headlined Riff-Fest in Manchester with Cleft, Alright The Captain and many others and played the Arctangent festival alongside 65daysofstatic, Deafheaven and Deerhoof. The band are currently working on their third studio album. They have been selected to be the first instrumental act to play at the Ramblin’ Man festival with Hawkwind, Europe & Whitesnake, alongside other festival appearances throughout 2016.

The Fierce And The Dead are:

Kevin Feazey – Bass/Keyboards/Production
Matt Stevens – Guitars/Loops/Keyboards
Steve Cleaton – Guitars/Effects
Stuart Marshall – Drums


Incredible early art for our live record Field Recordings by the amazing Mark Buckingham, we have a few CDs left of this one but we're close to sell out - it's currently £6.50 on Bandcamp until the end of Jan or when it sells out.

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Our friend Paul Hickman has made this amazing art for Stu's bass drum, thanks mate ...

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9 years ago this week we released our first EP. 19 minutes of space psych. Or something. I don't know. We were all surprised people liked it. You can download it free here until the end of Jan, then we'll delete it. Shows that messing around with your friends can work. Cheers.

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Looking back at the catalogue now as it's on sale on CD for £6.50. "This one was recorded at Ramblin' Man Fair 2016 in front of about 10,000 people, so it's a very different record to the rest. We were on first on the Prog stage, weirdly there was no one on the main stage so we ended up having the entire audience to ourselves. It seemed to go well and we made some new friends. I remember looking out and seeing people going back as far as you could see onto the horizon. I'm quite pleased with the playing on this, Stuart our drummer was the man of the match. It's some people's favourite TFATD album. Apologies for the rambling song introductions. After this, we went and watched a magnificent Hawkwind set as the sun set behind the stage. Amazing art by Mark Buckingham. Mad times." Matt

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Happy New Year!

2018 was a weird year for us, The Euphoric came out and was in many ways our breakthrough record, we were in the best albums of the year lists in Prog and Classic Rock and in lots of other places for the first time. We’re so pleased so many people are discovering the band. We got to tour with Hawkwind and played our biggest sold out headline shows. It’s been amazing.

Thanks to Bad Elephant Music, Mark Buckingham, Mark Duffy, Kunal from CHAOS THEORY and Classic Rock Magazine, Prog, Echoes And Dust, Real Gone. Circuit Sweet and everyone else who’s spread the word. Thank you to everyone who brought The Euphoric, it means we can keep doing this.

Our friends at BEM are having a sale on our CDs, some limited editions in there too:

More gigs and new music to come in 2019, the same but on a bigger scale. We’re currently writing our 4th album and we hope to see you live in 2019.

Matt, Steve, Kev, Stu

Photo from our headlne show at The Lexington by Jose Ramon Caamaño Photography used with permission. Thanks mate.

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