In case you missed it, Crabbi was interviewed recently by the Chaos Control website, in which he gives some minor info regarding the progress of the new PWEI LP. It seems that samples might be coming back in a big way, as well as possibly getting a DJ in as well on some tracks.

Read the interview here

Also, at the bottom of the page is a link to an interview with Clint from 1994, also worth checking out!

As suggested by Crabbi (@pweicrabbi) and now announced by the official PWEI Twitter and Facebook pages, it appears that a remix album of New Noise Designed By A Sadist is in the works. There’s no word as yet of who’s remixing what and which formats it’ll be issued on, but hopefully we’ll be getting more info soon.

It has been announced that the Sleigh The UK tour featuring The Wonder Stuff, Pop Will Eat Itself and Jesus Jones will return in 2013. The dates are:

Wednesday 18th December 2013: O2 Academy Sheffield

Thursday 19th December 2013: O2 Academy Bristol

Friday 20th December 2013: O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire London

Saturday 21st December 2013: O2 Academy Birmingham

Tickets are already on sale now via or on 0844 477 2000.

Sleigh The UK 2013

The latest auction from the original PWEI’s Adam is currently underway, this time it’s one of the rare Club Mondiale football shirts with the Coca-Cola style logo. Just over 100 of these were made. There’s still over a week to go, but as the price is already over £50 you might have to cough up a fair bit to get your hands on this one.

As ever, keep up with Adam’s auctions on

Click here for the eBay auction page

This is not all however, as Adam will also be selling some shirts on a first come first serve basis over at the PWEInation forums on Sunday evening (4th November), click here for the info.

Details have appeared on of a vinyl re-issue of the Poppies’ LP Now For A Feast. It is set to be released by Optic Nerve on orange vinyl on 29 October 2012 and is limited to 500 copies. It states that the tracklisting will be the same as the 2003 Castle Records CD, so will also feature the likes of Beaver Patrol, There Is No Love Between Us Anymore and Def.Con.One.

Click here for more information.

Thanks to Josh for the heads-up!