Their first album, All Are Friends Our Dead, contained 25 songs. Their second album, Extinction Party, contained 24 songs. And now, their new album, Music For Addicts, contains 23 songs.

Dismembered Sound Booth are fighting an artistic battle for quality over quantity. It is their plan that their 25th album will contain only one song but that it will be so sublimely beautiful that it will be physically dangerous to listen to, possibly even fatal.

This album deals with issues of addiction, something the band members know a bit about. To say anything further would just be garrulousness. Please listen immediately.


Extinction Party is the second album by Dismembered Sound Booth, building on the runaway tragedy of their first album, All Are Friends Our Dead. The themes explored on this album are the absurdity of racism, the menace of the state and society, Hackney, the notion of beauty, the dangers of normal people, alcoholism, surgical operations, Eton, foxhunting, violence, suicide, not taking no shit, religion, extinction, and disaster, baby. Also featuring a guest vocal performance by legendary Tackhead Sound System head mangler extraordinaire, Gary Clail.

So, relax, turn it up and enter the wonderful, intimidating but highly listenable world of Dismembered Sound Booth, as a guest at their Extinction Party.

Dismembered Sound Booth are a non-profit organisation. We make music because if we didn’t we’d probably all be dead by now. Help save our lives by giving a small donation. However, if you’re mildly amused by the thought of us all dying, then this product is available at no cost.

Available on Bandcamp – name your price!

Available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Tidal, and all major platforms.


After just over 8 months of creativity, struggle and debauchery we have finally got our first album together.
“All Are Friends Our Dead”
(DSb/Nose Cork Records)
*Available as a digital download by album or tracks*
And more!
25 tunes for your listening pleasure, including a lovely re-rub (remix) of G4S by the lovely and dangerous Mark Stewart
(The Pop Group/On-U-Sound)
Dismembered Sound Booth explore unusual territory in terms of subject matter and themes, from overpopulation, to the evils of privatisation, to senile dementia, to the newly-recognised phenomenon of the gammon (white, middle-aged conservative with high blood pressure) and, most recently, bankers escaping to outer space and meeting a terrible fate.