The Males. A Rock band from London.



Presenting our debut EP HER GOLDEN BLOOD. We are very pleased with it and we hope that you like it too.

In the pursuit of powerful live simple recording, these sonically brutal tracks illuminate proud scars, crossed lines and growing fears.

CUT HER OFF: a cautionary tale of loves wicked barbs.

GOLDEN GATES: the glorious pursuit of making mistakes.

HOT BLOOD: the armour we adorn to seek connections in the night.

Recorded live at Dropout Studios by Tim Cedar (Part Chimp).

Mastered by Robin Harwood.

Format: Digital EP + limited edition handmade CDs only at shows.



A limited run of HER GOLDEN BLOOD EP handmade CDs will be available at SHOWS ONLY.

A limited run of THE MALES T-Shirts will be available at SHOWS ONLY.

National Press & Radio Contact : MARTIAN PR : -

Live Booking :

This must own 3 track EP will be released on July 21st 2014 via Martian Pop Records and will be widely available on digital download and limited edition hand signed CDs. Track 2 “Golden Gates” will be available as a free download via the band’s online pages and on popular music sites such as

The story begins with band members Will Goldstone (guitar) and Lewis Young (drums + vocals), who started making two-piece tribal fuzz disco in an unsanctioned Bournemouth University cupboard during the mid-2000s. Even a London-to-Dorset divide couldn't derail the collaboration, leading to hundreds of riffs being exchanged online between the pair over the years. Subsequently, foundations were laid, distances were shortened, bass was called forth (from the Ben Smith entity), vocals were rattled-out from beneath a drum cage and lo, completing the formidable evolution of THE MALES.

The wild men of THE MALES cite inspiration from heroes Shellac, Black Sabbath, Jesus Lizard, Fugazi, Far, The Melvins, Big Business, Boris, the Misfits, Refused Queens of the Stone Age and, of course, AC/DC.

“[THE MALES are] the shot of adrenaline you pretty much need to spruce up ya moose and defeat the energy slump occupying your eyeballs at the end of the week. Mix up Dinosaur Pile Up, Death From Above 1979 and Queens Of The Stone Age in your brain-heads and you’ll hear what we’re hearing. Sounds ruddy brilliant don’t it?” - Killing Moon