Lowburn to Release Phantasma Oct. 25

Posted in Whathaveyou on September 11th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

Finnish heavy rockers Lowburn have been trickling out info and audio for their second album, Phantasma, for a while now, including a lyric video for the single “Cloud Valley” that you can stream below, but getting the release date, tracklisting and album art is obviously a big step along the way to the actual arrival. Phantasma will see release on Oct. 25 through Argonauta Records — no preorders yet, but they’ll get there — and boasts eight tracks, one of which has the honor of being called “Urban Funk Campaign.” I don’t know what it sounds like, as I haven’t heard the record yet, but I know I want to find out.

Until then, the cover art is striking in its vague orbital iconography and big-eyes skeleton whatnot, so yeah, dig in. The PR wire sent all all the everything:

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Fuzz Doom collective LOWBURN, featuring ex-members of Battlelore, reveals full album details!

Phantasma coming this October on Argonauta Records!

After Battlelore went on hiatus, Tomi Mykkänen and Henkka Vahvanen formed a heavy fuzz rock and doom fusion, Lowburn, in 2012. The Finnish music collective and heavy sounds veterans have been hard at work for their forthcoming and hotly anticipated full length, which will be seeing the light of day on October 25th with Argonauta Records!

Phantasma is featuring eight fuzzy, hard rocking, punkish to heavily psychedelic tracks, that will invite you to a trip into a universe of diverse soundspheres. Earlier this summer, Lowburn shared a first single to the track Cloud Valley, listen HERE!

Phantasma tracklisting:
1. My Doom Dealer
2. Freaks
3. Cloud Valley
4. Walking on Thirds
5. Song of a Preacher
6. Ghosts
7. Urban Funk Campaign
8. Hypnopomp

With a pre-order to start soon with Argonauta Records, Lowburn have announced to not only share many more details plus tunes, but also upcoming live dates with us soon. The band released a critically acclaimed debut EP back in 2013, followed by a split-7″ with fellow band Church of Void to date, live shows of Lowburn have been rare so far. Finally, the Fall of 2019 will see them return to the scene, a news that will surely make every stoner punk and doom rock- heart beat faster. Stay tuned for many more news to be revealed in the days ahead!

Lowburn is:
Henkka Vahvanen – drums
Antti Vesikko – bass
Tomi Mykkänen – guitar and vocals
Tommi Lintunen – guitar

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http://www.lowburn.net/
http://lowburn.bandcamp.com/
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Lowburn, “Cloud Valley” lyric video

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Lowburn Post Lyric Video; New Album Phantasma Coming Soon

Posted in Whathaveyou on August 7th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

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Finnish bruisers Lowburn announced last year that their second record would be out earlier in 2019. Well, so maybe not. But there’s plenty of year left, as the calendar tells us, so they’ve still got time to issue what has been dubbed Phantasma, the follow-up to their 2015 debut album, Doomsayer. The full-length, still in progress, it would seem, will see release through Argonauta Records, whenever they get there, and though specifics on that are sparse, new music is better than release dates, and Lowburn have some of that to show off and no fooling. The track is called “Cloud Valley” and they’ve got it up on Bandcamp and as a lyric video on the YouTubes. They’re also promising tour dates in the works, though it’s hard to imagine that won’t be a 2020 kind of deal by the time they get there. I might speculate the same for the album at this point, but one never knows, I guess. Especially when the one is me. I never know.

At least not until the PR wire tells me:

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LOWBURN (feat. ex-members of BATTLORE) return with brand new record during 2019 & unleash lyric video!

Finland’s fuzz rock doom fusion, music veterans Lowburn, have announced to return with a brand new album during 2019 with powerhouse label Argonauta Records. Formed in 2012 by Tomi Mykkänen and Henkka Vahvane after Battlelore went on hiatus, Lowburn are currently putting the final touches on their upcoming, hotly anticipated full length. The band released a critically debut EP back in 2013, followed by a split-7″ with fellow band Church of Void, finally the doom and stoner rock scene will see their long-awaited comeback!

Today the band is already sharing with us a first glimpse, and released a lyric video for the song Cloud Valley. Dive into some new Lowburn tunes right HERE!

“Cloud Valley was the first song done for the new album.“ Guitarist and vocalist Tomi explains. “It’s a part of the “punk”-series of our songs with Running On Fumes (first LOWBURN song ever) and The Last One meaning that the working title had punk in it. Using Cloud Valley as the first single will give the fans a feeling of familarity but it still it showcases the overall sounds for the album. It has the rocking, the psychedelia and heavier parts. Overall it’s a good first single and an invitation to listen to the diverse musical journey PHANTASMA is.”

While Lowburn are currently hard at work to finish their upcoming album, the band has announced to get on the road in support of Phantasma,too. Stay tuned for further news, a touring schedule and more new sounds to be revealed in the days ahead!

Lowburn is:
Henkka Vahvanen – drums
Antti Vesikko – bass
Tomi Mykkänen – guitar and vocals
Tommi Lintunen – guitar

https://www.facebook.com/lowburnband
http://www.lowburn.net/
http://lowburn.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/ArgonautaRecords
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Lowburn Announce New Album Due Early Next Year

Posted in Whathaveyou on September 6th, 2018 by JJ Koczan

Finnish heavy rockers Lowburn are in the midst of preparing their second album — the title of which hasn’t yet been made public — for an early 2019 release through Argonauta Records. The same label handled the issue of their 2018 EP, Sleeping Giant (review here), as well as their 2015 debut, Doomsayer. As the EP saw an uptick in the quality of songwriting and the overall development in the band’s sound, and as they’ve already reportedly taken much of the new stuff to the stage, one has no reason to expect a backwards step from the Lappeenranta four-piece, who were pretty on point to start with, frankly.

Seems like we’ve got a little bit before it’s out — going by the below I don’t think it’s actually done yet — but it’ll be worth keeping an eye out and when I see something, I’ll say something, like the posters in the train stations say.

Argonauta posted the following:

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After 2 singles, 2 EPs and the debut album “Doomsayer”, Finnish Stoner Rockers Lowburn have been working on their anticipated full-length album number 2. The 8 new songs of fuzzy heaviness is forming up nicely. These new songs show more of the heavier side of the band but of course there will be some psychedelia included!

Almost all of the new songs have already been gig-proved as well in couple of selected gigs around Finland. The cover-art and the album name are already decided and all the info will be revealed drop by drop before the album release early 2019!

After a short hiatus from music Tomi Mykkänen and Henkka Vahvanen from Battlelore started jamming again together. Miika Kokkola (founding member and original bass player from Battlelore) was contacted and asked if he wants to jam with the guys. He did. Miika said that he had already talked with Tommi Havo (another original Battlelore member) about the project and that he was very interested. So, enter Tommi and on the first rehearsal together the first real song was made. On the second rehearsal the second song was made and then it was realized that the band had been born.

Listen to their killer stuff here:
DOOMSAYER https://spoti.fi/2wtYkHV
SLEEPING GIANT https://spoti.fi/2nBqBVS

Lowburn is:
Henkka Vahvanen – drums
Miika Kokkola – bass
Tomi Mykkänen – guitar and vocals
Tommi Lintunen – guitar

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http://www.lowburn.net/
http://lowburn.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/ArgonautaRecords
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Lowburn, Sleeping Giant EP (2018)

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Review & EP Stream: Lowburn, Sleeping Giant

Posted in audiObelisk, Reviews on February 1st, 2018 by JJ Koczan

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[Click play above to stream Lowburn’s Sleeping Giant EP in full. It’s out Feb. 2 on Argonauta Records.]

With four tracks and four distinct takes between them, Lowburn‘s Sleeping Giant is an EP in the truest sense of the form. It is a formidable sampling of range within the sphere of heavy rock — especially for an outing half the duration of its predecessor — and even for those who experienced the Finnish four-piece’s 2015 full-length debut, Doomsayer, or any of their prior, shorter releases, it should make an impression with its efficiency and level of songcraft alike.

Delivering once again through Argonauta Records, the lineup of guitarist/vocalist Tomi Mykkänen (also Battlelore), guitarist Tommi Lintunen, bassist Miika Kokkola and drummer Henkka Vahvanen find their niche right on either side of the dividing line between heavy rock and more aggressive metal, and where a song like “Do Mi Ti” from the long-player had its element of grunge-style melody, even the melancholy closer here “Lost Control,” seems to have grown outward melodically from this impulse.

That’s an encouraging sign on a performance level, but what really distinguishes Sleeping Giant from Doomsayer or Lowburn‘s previous 2014 split with Church of Void or 2013 debut EP, Soaring High, is in the efficiency of the band’s work in executing the material. Whether it’s the forward charge of opener “All Life Long” or the more rolling groove of the subsequent “The Power it Holds” and “Sleeping Giant” itself — which, rest assured, awakes before it’s done — Lowburn do not spare a moment on Sleeping Giant, and they sound all the more assured coming off their debut of the kind of band they want to be and how they want to get where they’re going in terms of sound.

Interestingly, in doing so on Sleeping Giant, they start at more or less at the beginning. While there’s no question “All Life Long” gives Sleeping Giant a somewhat ironic launch with its full-boar energetic take, all-out from the drum lead-in through the sped-up Kyuss-style riffing that propels it through its four minutes to the burly delivery of Mykkänen, slowing only to catch its breath in the midsection before resuming its rush at the ending payoff. I’m not sure it’s the same recorded version — it’s close if not — but the song originates in 2013 and was initially released as a digital single around the time of Soaring High. Whether redone or not, the form is essentially the same, and it makes a somewhat sneakily appropriate lead-in for the three tracks that follow and expand the dynamic of the release overall.

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Lead guitar shines throughout “The Power it Holds,” which has plenty of room for soloing as it nears a seven-minute runtime, but it’s the slower, rolling groove that most stands the song out, and a better balance in the mix between the vocals and surrounding instruments that makes the tones sound larger and adds depth on the whole. Give the origin story of “All Life Long,” I’ll note that I don’t know when “The Power it Holds,” “Sleeping Giant” or closer “Lost Control” were recorded — they could well be from the same session; universe of infinite possibilities and all that — but in context they sound newer, more developed stylistically, and speak to that level of assuredness one can sense in Lowburn post-Doomsayer.

“Sleeping Giant” pushes this notion even further with a more immersive nod and a willingness to ride its groove that departs even further from “All Life Long” at the outset. Patience? Yeah, patience. It wasn’t entirely absent from Lowburn on Doomsayer by any means, but it serves the title-track particularly well and shifts smoothly into the low-key harmonies of “Lost Control” in a way that gives even this sampling-of-wares-style short release a sense of full-album flow.

Likewise, the closer’s subdued beginning feels very much like a mirror held up to the initial push of “All Life Long,” and in that draws attention once more to the growth undertaken on the part of Lowburn — not just to where they can write effective trades between verses and choruses without unneeded flourish or structural variance, but to where their material has evolved in range while holding onto that sense of purpose and drive regardless of the actual tempo in which they’re working. What their plans might be after this relatively quick offering, I don’t know, but the message comes through clearly in these tracks that while on the surface Lowburn‘s attack can seem at times to be more about boozy burl and dudely riffing that willful creative progression, there’s obviously plenty of both at play in their sound.

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Review & Full Stream: Garden of Worm & The Wandering Midget, Split 7″

Posted in audiObelisk, Reviews on January 25th, 2018 by JJ Koczan

Issued late last year, the untitled split seven-inch between Garden of Worm and The Wandering Midget finds the two outfits with plenty in common between them. Some preliminaries: Both hail from Finland. Both are trios. Both got together in the mid-aughts and have released two full-lengths to-date, and both work in an intricate and sometimes subtle vein of progressive, classic-sounding doom. In addition, though they’ve stayed productive in the meantime, both are several years removed from their most recent full-lengths, though they’ve shares shorter offerings in between. In other words? Yeah, getting The Wandering Midget and Garden of Worm together for a split release makes sense, even if in so doing there’s an emphasis placed on the differences between their methods.

Each three-piece offers one track. Garden of Worm bring “Whirls” and The Wandering Midget “Man with Black Hole Eyes.” “Whirls” hits the six-minute mark and “Man with Black Hole Eyes” pushes that mark, so it’s fair to say they’re pushing the limits of what a 7″ platter — even one with the backing of three different imprints in Rämekuukkeli, Acidmen and Pariah Child Records — can hold. They treat stylistic boundaries much the same way, with Garden of Worm on side A measuring out light-grey-toned heavy psychedelic vibe in “Whirls,” which builds on the classic progressivism of 2015’s sophomore outing, Idle Stones (review here) while pushing even further away from a strict adherence to what’s commonly thought of as doom.

Understated, almost laid back vocals give “Whirls” a pastoral vibe in its rolling second half, but this emerges only after the song’s first three minutes embark on a patient, Doors-worthy psychedelic meander, building gradually to the first verse that seems to arrive just a little late on purpose — Garden of Worm making their audience wait, even after the crashing drums of J.M. Suvanto have clearly brought the first of the two movements to its head, S.J. Harju‘s bass and E.J. Taipale‘s guitar living up to the titular “Whirl” all the garden of worm the wandering midget splitwhile. That loose psychedelic feel is maintained, but “Whirls” is unmistakably doom as well, though effectively filtered through classic progressive heavy rock in a way few bands can pull off so well. In six minutes’ time, Garden of Worm reemphasize the individualism of style that’s made their work to-date so satisfying to follow while reminding of the forward potential still so evident in what they do.

A percussive dirge from The Wandering Midget on side B’s “Man with Black Hole Eyes” has a folkish tinge, despite resonant sonic heft particularly stemming from the low end of bassist Thomas Grenier. It’s been over a decade now since the Lappeenranta trio arrived in 2007 via Eyes Like Snow with their I am the Gate compilation — I still remember getting a slimline CD promo copy in the mail, and yes, I still have it — and though part of what they do in paying homage to doomly gods is inherently regressive in form, there’s a freshness to the melancholy of “Man with Black Hole Eyes” that, as the song rounds out with a few lines of vocal harmonies from Grenier backing guitarist Samiel Wormius — the trio completed by drummer Jonathan Sprenger — there is an unmistakable sense of sonic persona running in measure to the post-Reverend Bizarre rolling rhythm at the center of the song. A strong and emotive vocal performance from Wormius gives “Man with Black Hole Eyes” an underlying human presence, but really, it’s the slogging rhythm brought to bear without going over-the-top in terms of tonal weight that gives the track its roots in downerism, gracefully executed and still somehow raw and minimal-seeming.

The Wandering Midget, who had a split out last year as well with Swedish-via-Roman outfit Hands of Orlac are nonetheless creeping up on being six years removed from their second LP, 2012’s From the Meadows of Opium Dreams, and especially listening to the poise with which they deliver “Man with Black Hole Eyes,” that seems like plenty long enough. They’ve always been an outlier — in part I think because of their non-preferred-nomenclature moniker and in part just because they’re bizarre — but “Man with Black Hole Eyes” is a reminder that since the days of I am the Gate there’s always been something intangible and strange about their modus and it’s a due relief to know that hasn’t changed in the time that has passed. Without knowing any plans in that regard or if any batch of new material might be in the works, I can at least say that “Man with Black Hole Eyes” is enough to leave me wanting more from The Wandering Midget, and presumably that’s part of the impetus behind the split in the first place.

Though it’s been out for a while, the split hasn’t actually been streamed anywhere as yet, and I consider myself very fortunate to be able to host the digital premiere of it today. Find it below,followed by more background on the project, and please enjoy:

December 2017

The first plans about this split were made already ten years ago. After that these Finnish bands have played a lot together so it is only natural that they finally share a vinyl too. Luckily the songs are not as old as the original idea.

Garden of Worm started its career with plain doom metal. During the years the band has developed towards more innovative and original sound but all the time maintaining very down-to-earth attitude and warm atmosphere. Whirls is once again a fine example of these qualities.

On the other side of the single The Wandering Midget delivers a heavy punch with an intensive doom metal song. Man with Black Hole Eyes includes a large scale of emotions and heaviness, which suits the genre’s finest traditions.

Besides the unforgettable musical moments the record offers beautiful artwork by Tommi Musturi and skillful calligraphy by Jusso Pilhjerld.

Garden of Worm:
S.J. Harju – bass, vocals
E.J. Taipale – guitar, vocals
J.M. Suvanto – drums

The Wandering Midget:
Samuel Wormius – vocals, guitar
Thomas Grenier – bass, backing vocals
Jonathan Sprenger – drums

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Elephant Bell Announce April 28 Release for Gates of Dawn

Posted in Whathaveyou on February 20th, 2017 by JJ Koczan

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So here’s my understanding of what’s going on with Elephant Bell‘s Gates of Dawn. The Finnish four-piece — not to be confused with emergent UK heavy rockers Elephant Tree — have been issuing short releases since the early aughts. Demos and EPs. In 2011, they offered up a self-titled full-length debut. That album was initially announced as being reissued through Argonauta last fall, and at the time, it could still be streamed from Elephant Bell‘s Bandcamp page. Okay.

You’ll note the player in that news post is now empty. As I read the below, what seems to be the situation is that Elephant Bell‘s Elephant Bell has been reworked to some degree as Gates of Dawn and will now be out April 28 via Argonauta. There’s a new video for “Come to the Show” that you can see at the bottom of this post. Just how much as been done to it versus the form the self-titled took five years ago, I’ve no idea, but that’s my interpretation of what’s happened here. I could be completely wrong. It could be a completely new album. I’m doing the best I can.

Either way: Elephant Bell. April 28. Gates of DawnArgonauta. Sometimes I don’t know why I bother trying to think.

PR wire:

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Finnish Stoner Rockers ELEPHANT BELL release cover artwork and first single from their highly anticipated debut album.

The official video-clip of the song “Come to See the Show” is available here.

Featuring LOWBURN member Tomi Mykkanen and mastered by Karl Daniel Lidén (GREENLEAF and DOZER) , “Gates of Dawn” (the revamped version of the “self-titled” one previously available digitally) is a colossal album influenced by the first ‘stoner’ era and by bands as Monster Magnet, Fu Manchu, with a touch of grunge-like sonorities as Soundgarden.

ELEPHANT BELL “Gates of Dawn” will be released in CD by Argonauta Records and available from April 28th, 2017.

Preorders run here: http://bit.ly/2lURp16

TRACKLIST:
1. So Pure
2. Demon Seducer
3. The Sun Is Going Down
4. Come To See the Show
5. Escape
6. Dreamwheel
7. Bug In the Soup
8. The Sweet Babylon
9. Mojo Filter
10. Straight to Hell
11. The Last Scene

Elephant Bell is:
Tommy Waits – vocals, guitar
Tom C. Johnson – guitar, vocals
J.J. Strangler – bass, vocals
Migis Thunderthrone – drums

www.facebook.com/elephantbell
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Elephant Bell, “Come to See the Show” official video

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Elephant Bell to Release Self-Titled Debut on Argonauta Records

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 16th, 2016 by JJ Koczan

There’s some metal at root in Elephant Bell‘s self-titled debut the deeper you go. The Finnish four-piece released the album five years ago digitally and have worked to find a home ever since for its classic-stonerly ways, and it would seem time has caught up to them — admittedly, there’s way more of a market for the Dozer-ish now than there was when, say, Dozer were putting out records — since Italy’s Argonauta Records will have a revamped version out early next year. This is my first exposure to the band, so I’m just digging in as well, but the original release of Elephant Bell‘s Elephant Bell is streaming below, and that seems as good a way as any to get introduced if you haven’t. Check out “Mojo Filter” if you want to know from whence the PR wire gets its Lowrider comparison.

And it should go without saying that Elephant Bell are not to be confused with UK outfit Elephant Tree. It should. I said it anyway.

Argonauta sent the following:

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Finnish Stoner Rockers ELEPHANT BELL sign to ARGONAUTA Records!

The label says: “We’re thrilled to start this collaboration, Elephant Bell are a stunning band highly influenced by the first ‘stoner’ era and by bands as Monster Magnet, Fu Manchu, with a touch of grunge-like sonorities as Soundgarden – whereas, moreover, the band features in its ranks our old friend Tomi Mykkanen of LOWBURN”.

As for the band, being part of the second wave of Stoner Rock movement had its highlights. Lots of cool bands like Dozer, Lowrider, Greenleaf, QotSA, Unida, Devillac and new friends, songs and gigs and beers and fun… After releasing a few EPs and playing a few dozen gigs, the band felt ready to record their first album. It was recorded by the band themselves and finally released in digital format in 2011. The album was received very well around the world but it never got a proper release.

Being part of the third wave of Stoner Rock has its perks too; lots of new friends and bands and labels. And the still lingering interest towards Elephant Bell… So, the band decided to re-mix and master the album and add two previously unreleased songs from the album sessions to it and release it as a proper release. After some discussions the band got in touch with high soaring Italian record label Argonauta Records and finally the deal for the album was made.

The album is mastered by the great Karl Daniel Lidén (of GREENLEAF and DOZER fame) and will be released in the first part of 2017.

Elephant Bell is:
Tommy Waits – vocals, guitar
Tom C. Johnson – guitar, vocals
J.J. Strangler – bass, vocals
Migis Thunderthrone – drums

www.argonautarecords.com
www.facebook.com/elephantbell
https://elephantbell.bandcamp.com/

Elephant Bell, Elephant Bell (2011)

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Lowburn Sign to Argonauta Records

Posted in Whathaveyou on March 20th, 2015 by JJ Koczan

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After an initial EP and a follow-up digital single and split, Finnish heavy rock four-piece Lowburn have inked a deal to make their full-length debut through Argonauta Records. No exact release date for the album yet, but so far as I can glean from perusing their Thee Facebooks page, the record is done and ready to roll, so I can’t imagine it’ll be all that long, though Argonauta certainly likes to keep busy. Maybe “later this year” works? Anyway, sooner or later. Lowburn‘s latest outing was their 2014 split with countrymen rockers Church of Void that you can hear below.

But first, to the PR wire:

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ARGONAUTA Records signs Finnish Stoner Rockers LOWBURN!

A new stunning name is now part of the Argonauta family! Hailing from Finland, LOWBURN are an impressive band able to blend the pure stoner rock frenzy to the doomier as well as more psychedelic fields. Formed by BATTLELORE members Tomi Mykkänen and Henkka Vahvanen, LOWBURN born as a band since the very first jams, recruiting Miika Kokkola and Tommi Havo (replaced by Tommi Lintunen in the beginning of 2015). After a couple of EPs, the guys are now giving the final touches to their debut full length, highly anticipated as a massive energy of fuzzy groove!

“Showing the appreciation and gratidude to such bands as Black Sabbath, Blue Cheer, ZZ Top, Kyuss, Acid King, Sleep, Monster Magnet and Cathedral, these four guys are delivering the Rock as it’s supposed to be!”

After a short hiatus from music Tomi Mykkänen and Henkka Vahvanen from Battlelore started jamming again together. Soon it was decided that they needed to form a band for the jams. Miika Kokkola (founding member and original bass player from Battlelore) was contacted and asked if he wants to jam with the guys. He did. They played and jammed a few times and then it was decided that second guitarist would not hurt. Miika said that he had already talked with Tommi Havo (another original Battlelore member) about the project and that he was very interested. So, enter Tommi and on the first rehearsal together the first real song was made. On the second rehearsal the second song was made and then it was realized that the band had born.

In January 2013 “Soaring High EP” was released as a limited CD-release. The EP showcases quite well the versatility and the musicianship of the band. It shows their sides from the pure stoner rock frenzy to the more doomier fields. The EP sold out in couple of weeks after the release. The feedback and the buzz has been awesome-lly great and the band is very humbled about it. The EP is digitally available at the Bandcamp-site.

The song “All Life Long” was released as a video and digi-single late summer 2013.

A split-7″ with fellow band CHURCH OF VOID was released in May 2014. LOWBURN song on the split is called “Dope Is a Pope”.

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http://www.lowburn.net/
http://lowburn.bandcamp.com/

Lowburn & Church of Void, Split (2014)

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