If Showbread had a “formula” The Fear Of God might be described as a return to it, but after years of genre bending rock and roll and
outright refusal to adhere to any type of musical rule whatsoever, a Showbread formula is difficult to pin down. With enough screaming
and punk rock energy to satisfy fans of Showbread’s earlier chaotically tinged music and enough addictive synthesizer laced rhythm and
melody to reel in the casual listener, it just might be that all the Showbread components are working in perfect synergy. Reuniting
for the third time with acclaimed producer Sylvia Massy Shivy (Prince, Tool, Johnny Cash) and engineer Rich Veltrop (Phantom Planet,
Slayer), the creative energy on the record is at its best. The result? A blistering and visceral rock album. The Fear Of God is an
energy and sound that only Showbread can convey. Raw Rock in its pure and only form, and sounding better than ever.