Clockwise from top left: Paul Gray, Sean Elliott, Rat Scabies, Alfie Agnew

Clockwise from top left: Paul Gray, Sean Elliott, Rat Scabies, Alfie Agnew

ABOUT

Alfie Agnew - vocals/guitar/keyboards (Adolescents, D.I.)
Sean Elliott – vocals/guitar/keyboards (D.I., Mind Over Four)
Paul Gray – bass (The Damned, Eddie & The Hot Rods, UFO)
Rat Scabies – drums (The Damned, The Mutants)

Inspired by Universal horror movies, the literature of Edgar Allan Poe, and the chaos of the world around them, the four veteran musicians who comprise Professor and the Madman are co-frontmen/songwriters Alfie Agnew and Sean Elliott, alongside the legendary rhythm section of drummer Rat Scabies and bassist Paul Gray. The group’s debut physical album, Disintegrate Me, was released on clear vinyl, CD & download by FullerTone Records on February 23, 2018. It marks Gray’s debut in the group.

Co-produced by the band and David M. Allen (The Cure, The Damned, The Sisters of Mercy), Disintegrate Me’s nine tracks encompass elements of British Invasion rock, Britpop, psych, Prog, power pop, and even country, all underpinned by the melodic punk energy so clearly imprinted on the band’s DNA. Agnew and Elliott wrote all of the songs and take turns singing lead. John Moore of Innocent Words wrote, "It's safe to say Professor and the Madman are the best punk rock supergroup we'll hear all year ... Disintegrate Me is everything you want a debut record to be: original, experimental and memorable."

Disintegrate Me is available now on iTunes, Amazon, and the band's website. 

MEDIA BREAKS  

LA Weekly (interview w/ co-frontman Alfie Agnew)  
Mix Magazine (interview with co-frontman Alfie Agnew & engineer Mark Bolton)
AXS.com (interview w/ co-frontman Sean Elliott)  
TheQuietus / UK ("Baker's Dozen" feature with Rat Scabies)  
Goldmine Magazine ("Albums That Changed My Life" feature with Paul Gray)
Classic Rock Magazine (Audio premiere of "Machines" + "Tracks of the Week" competition)  
Alternative Press (interview + "Space Walrus" video premiere)  
Classic Rock Magazine ("Bands to Watch in 2018" feature)  
Record Collector Magazine (review of 100 Club concert in London)
Louder Than War (review of 100 Club concert in London)  
Essentially Pop (review of 100 Club concert in London)  
PennyBlackMusic (review of 100 Club concert in London)
The Punk Lounge (interview w/ Alfie to preview 100 Club concert in London)  
The Punk Lounge (interview w/ Rat to preview 100 Club concert)  
Please Kill Me (career-spanning interview w/ Rat)  
ÜberRöck Magazine (Pt. 1 of a career-spanning interview w/ Rat)
ÜberRöck Magazine (Pt. 2 of interview w/ Rat)
ÜberRöck Magazine (Interview w/ Sean)
PunkOnline / UK  (interview w/ Alfie to preview 100 Club concert)
Innocent Words (album review)  
Blurt Online (album review)  
ÜberRöck Magazine / UK (album review)  
I-94 Bar / Australia (album review)  
New Noise Magazine (4/5 stars album review)  
New Noise Magazine (interview w/ co-frontman Alfie Agnew)  
WFMU Radio - NYC / Diane's Kamikaze Fun Machine (interview with Rat Scabies)
JoelGausten.com (interview w/ co-frontman Alfie Agnew) 
There's Something Hard In There (interview w/ co-frontman Alfie Agnew)  
All Access Music L.A. (interview w/ co-frontman Alfie Agnew)
KnowYourBassPlayer.com (interview with bassist Paul Gray)
Rebel Noise (interview w/ co-frontman Sean Elliott)
Vive Le Rock (album announcement in print magazine)
Vive Le Rock ("Space Walrus" video post)  
OX-Fanzine / Netherlands (album review)  
Keys and Chords / Belgium (album review)  
Knoxville Village Soup (album review)  
BUZZ Magazine / UK (feature/review)  
PunkOnline / UK (album review) 
ThePunkSite ("Space Walrus" video post)  
New Noise Magazine (live review)
CaliforniaRocker.com (live review)
Punk Globe (feature interview)  
Vive Le Rock (online album announcement)  
Ten-Midnight (interview w/ bassist Paul Gray)
Louder Than War (interview w/ bassist Paul Gray)  
50thirdand3rd ("Record of the Day")
13 Stitches Magazine (album preview)  
Record Collector (album preview)  
Lost Anarchy (live review)

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