Black Night Crash Records was the original name, and it was home to acts including Bo Ningen, Die! Die! Die!, and Sincerely, Grizzly. Bad Health will serve not only as a record label, but as a “multidisciplinary platform for a range of music associated creative projects.”
Playthings by Oscar Galt and The Eventual Somethings will be the first release under the new name, and promises to be an interesting listen, with frontman Galt described as a “pseudo-pragmatic commentator on dependence and exhaust.”
The EP will be released on November 5, and the band will play a launch show on November 29 at The Workers Club. The ball will continue to roll with a release by Die! Die! Die! slated for January 2016 on Bad Health, and an Australian tour to follow.
For more information, visit http://www.badhealth.com.au/