UK Decay Autumn Sale!

For My Country DK 1983 on UK Decay Records

Was 9.99 GBP Now Only 7.49 GBP

For My Country-Unwind DK3

Nights For Celebration Limited Edition 2017

Was 11.99 GBP Now Only 8.99 GBP

Nights Of Celebration 2017 Limited Edition

 

Death So Fatal 2017 Limited Edition CD Live Album

Was 11.99 GBP Now only 8.99 GBP

Death So Fatal 2017 Limited Edition

 

For Madmen Only CD Album

Was 12.99 GBP Now only 8.99 GBP

For Madmen Only 2009 CD

 

New Hope For The Dead 12" Vinyl Album front

Was 12.99 GBP Now only 8.99 GBP

New Hope for the Dead CD

 

New Hope For The Dead 12" Vinyl Album front

Was 19.99 GBP Now only 14.99 GBP

New Hope for the Dead Vinyl

 

Rising From The Dread EP Vinyl 2015

Was 19.50 GBP Now only 13.50 GBP

Rising From The Dread EP 2015

 

For Madmen Only T Shirt Black

Was 17.00 GBP Now only 19.99 GBP

For Madmen Only T Shirt

 

Unexpected Guest 2015

Was 17.00 GBP Now only 19.99 GBP

Unexpected Guest T Shirt

 


'For My Country' T Shirt - Black

Was 17.00 GBP Now only 19.99 GBP

For My Country T Shirt

 

WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR OUR AUTUMN SALE OF UK DECAY, RAYMUNDO AND STEVE SPON MERCHANDISE.

LIMITED RE-ISSUE OF YAK FAVOURITE “DEATH SO FATAL” Only £8.99 inc.free shipping*

LIMITED RE-ISSUE OF “NIGHT’S OF CELEBRATION” Only £8.99 inc.free shipping*

NEW HOPE FOR THE DEAD” VINYL Now Only £14.99 inc.free shipping*

RISING FROM THE DREAD” VINYL Now Only £13.50 inc.free shipping*

FOR MADMEN ONLY” CD with booklet and “NEW HOPE FOR THE DEAD” CD BOTH NOW ONLY 8.99 inc.free shipping*

UK DECAY T – SHIRTS including the classic’s “FOR MADMEN ONLY” , “FOR MY COUNTRY” , “UNEXPECTED GUEST” which are now only £17.00 inc free shipping* This price is for the standard T Shirt (all sizes) and all T Shirt’s are now also available in Ladies ‘T’S and Premium ‘T’S which are only £20.00 inc free shipping*

Other T Shirts designs include “RISING FROM THE DREAD” , “SPLIT SINGLE” , “SEXUAL/TWIST” and “NEW HOPE FOR THE DEAD” all available in Standard, Ladies and Premium shirts at sale price.

We also have a few 7″ Vinyl available at sale price. Our Autumn sale will be open until either we run out of items or until November 30th 2017.

UK DECAY’s sticksman Raymundo has written his first book “FURIOSO” a Victorian Gothic Crime Novel it’s available for 0.99p for a short period.

Steve Spon in the guise as “NOSTRAMUS” has several products available in a bundle of three one hour long CD Albums for just £16.49 including free shipping.
Spon has produced four albums for artist writer ELLA JO of which four are bundled together for just £20.00 inc free shipping.

Finally if you have kids between the ages of 5 to 11 years there are three Gwubbins The Witch Audio/Musical stories bundled together for only £15.00 inc. free shipping , beautifully narrated and with music and sounds to keep the kids happy on long car journeys or at bedtime!

More UK Decay products are on sale here

RAYMUNDO AND SPON’s PROJECTS


Was 5.99 GBP Now only 0.99 GBP

Furioso – a book by Raymundo

 

Nostramus Three CD Album Bundle

Was 23.97 GBP Now only 16.49 GBP

Steve Spon’s Nostramus 3 x CD Bundle

More of Steve Spon’s Products including Nostramus, THC , Ella Jo and Gwubbins kids audio musicals can be found here

Autumn sale will end November 30th 2017

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UK Decay Communities

werewolf –at– ukdecay.co.uk

All prices include free shipping to the UK and reduced shipping elsewhere.

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Terror and Wonder

The Face of Punk Gothique

Spon at the The Face of Punk Gothique

“Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination”

British Library until 20th January

A giant size poster of the seminal Sounds article “The Face Of Punk Gothique” and The Black 45  appears at the British Library, both shown as exhibit’s in the Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination exhibition.

Visit the Luton Community heritage site to find out more ..Spon investigates….

UK DECAY – FRANKO B COLLABORATION

It has been a month now since the album release, and thank you to everyone for their support and feedback; the band are humbled and appreciative and we do try to respond to all who tap the boards onto the various social network sites and forums. Keep spreading the Hot Sauce please!!

Franko-BAnd now perhaps timely to introduce Franko B, whose stunning artwork adorns the album.

 

 

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On the eve of the band’s new release New Hope For The Dead, Uk Decay are privileged and humbled to announce the collaboration with artist Franko B, whose stunning artwork adorns the album sleeve and the Killer/Heavy Metal Jews single.

killerNe Hope For The Dead

Several themes run through the songs of the album and the band’s efforts to find artwork which would encapsulate these themes and be worthy of the new material and sound, the Decay legacy, the support of the Pledgers, justice to the UK Decay communities old and new was proving very, very difficult, until contact was made with Franko that is!

Che knew Franko through a mutual friend, art dealer Guy Hilton, and had actually missed out on purchasing Franko’s Black Stars and Stripes at the British Art Fair a few years back; and they say life has no regrets! Anyway, Che did a deal on one of Luton artist Clive Barker’s “Heart” sculptors from Franko around the same time.

When Che showed the band Franko’s art, it resonated with them immediately and here’s what the guys had to say.

Raymondo: ” There’s a horrible reality in those black flags; an end of the road feel to them. If you’re strapped to a chair in Bagram airforce base they’ll make a lot of sense.”

Spon: ” Is the ideology represented behind those flags, deserving of colour, given the acquisition of oil at the cost of truth?”
Eduardo: ” When I saw both the white and black Union Jacks and Stars and Stripes it left me speechless with such powerful imagery.”

Back to the story.  Che writes Franko a short note, leaving a number for Franko to contact him on. Within a short space of time, Franko responds and listens to what Che has to say. Franko was familiar with the band back in the day, having moved to London from Italy in 1979.  Abbo sends Franko a copy of the TDL mix of the album to listen to on his return from taking care of art matters in the North East.  A meeting is arranged at the steps of St Johns Church in Waterloo.  It is a bright, clear January.  The espresso is ordered and the collaboration begins.

As Franko explains, “I always love the opportunity to work with other artists. I don’t separate art forms and I am not precious about my own work. This collaboration is a good thing that allows each other’s work – Decay’s and mine – to reach out to each other’s audience.  I still believe in the spirit of punk and there is a common thread of our core ideals, but most importantly I love the new songs – Killer and Woman With The Black Heart especially, and the new material has made me listen to the old Decay too. I love it!”

The band are indebted to Franko for his love and generosity. Yes, its UK Decay as art critics!, and we leave you all with the continuing eloquence from Abbo,

“Franko B had made a statement so simple yet so profound and most importantly the most singular representation in my mind of the acknowledgement that the concept of the symbol of a nation now rests sadly in mourning in Britain and in the USA today, caused by the irresponsible, corrupt and immoral actions of those elected and empowered to represent it.”

One day we may claim it back!