Cult Called Man's debut album, Cult Fiction, was released in September 2016. Cult Fiction is a take on the modern world. Where excess isn't excessive enough and the message put out to the wider society is usually quite contradictory.
Fact or fiction doesn't matter anymore, they're interchangeable.
Just shut up and dance.
Cult Called Man's second record, The Mr. Wednesday EP, was released in July 2015. The band took a wacky, creative approach to making the record; developing a character,
Mr. Wednesdae, with Razmo taking inspiration from the vocal stylings of retro kids' cartoons in order to give Mr. Wednesdae a distinct voice in which to relay his spiritual and modern day social commentary.
Mr. Wednesdae slowly turned into a Sesame Street character who had a few too many sleepless nights to have his own segment on the show.
"Above all, Mr. Wednesday became the name we gave to that little bit of complacency we tend to ignore inside us all.".
Shoot Me (It's Just TV) is Cult Called Man's debut EP. It was recorded in 2013 and produced by Lancelot Smith of Camelot Studios and features Razmo on vocals, guitar and drums, Joe Hogarty on keys and Josh Cautley on guitar and bass. Special guests included John Petherbridge on guitar for Ya Tak and Maca Xeira Acioli on percussion for The Walkyr.
The EP received a lot of attention from the Irish music scene and was admired by many for its diversity and honesty, resulting in the band's festival bookings of the summer following the EP's release.