Rock veterans Therapy? will be playing in Sheffield this month - and we are giving away tickets to see them.
The purveyors of industrial-tinged metallic sound have established a long career of more than 20 years, finding breakout success with their 1994 album Troublegum.
Formed in 1989 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Therapy? quickly got to work on recording a number of early demos, which caught the attention of the legendary BBC DJ, John Peel, who played their single, Meat Abstract, on his show.
Signing with Wiijia Records, the two EPS, Baby Teeth and Pleasure Death found Therapy? a growing number of fans in the UK and these early EPs also gained a US release as Caucasian Psychosis on Touch & Go Records.
There followed a string of hit albums, Teethgrinder being of particular note.
From thrashy punk roots the band developed a darker more intense sound that showed greater sophistication without ever sacrificing their accessibility or mainstream crossover potential.
Therapy? are playing at The Plug, Sheffield, on Thursday, February 25. Tickets cost £17.50 (advance) and are available from the box office, tel. 0114 241 3040 or visit the website, www.allgigs.co.uk/view/event/749583/Therapy_The_Plug_Sheffield_25_February_2016.html
We are giving away a pair of tickets to see Therapy? at The Plug. To be in with a chance of winning, tell us the name of the album Therapy? released in 1994.
Email the answer, with your name, address and daytime phone number, to: firstname.lastname@example.org