Freitag 20:00 h


Hard & Heavy {KONZERT}

High energy, wild riffs and a sturdy groove straight from the 70’s – two and a half years after the critically acclaimed album “Road Fever”, Swedish rock’n’roll band Thundermother returns. And it’s a truly amazing return. Thundermother’s third album is simply one of the greatest rock records you’ll get to hear this year.

The rock history is stacked with giants who’ve unleashed their big power ballad on their third album. The same power ballad that later has led to their broader breakthroughs. Why shouldn’t Thundermother follow in these paths? On their third album, they release their first ballad ever – the upcoming single “Fire In The Rain”. But that isn’t the only time that Thundermother add a bit of new flavor to their failsafe recipe for success on this album. Put side-by-side with the other tracks “Hanging At My Door” – with its catchy hooks – sounds almost like a pop song in a Thundermother suit.

Thundermother may have left their musical comfort zone this time, but you’ll still recognize the band. It’s still the same great, high-octane, 70’s breathing rock’n’roll that the band has spoiled us with ever since their 2014’s debut album. It’s just that this time the groove is even groovier, the sound is even better and the songs cuts even deeper.

Thundermother 2.0 are here. And they’re better than ever!

“Thundermother” was released on February 23 through Despotz Records. Now on the German album charts.

Vocals: Guernica Mancini
Guitar: Filippa Nässil
Drums: Emlee Johansson
Bass: Sara Pettersson

”Combining the high voltage bursts of AC/DC and Motörhead with charismatic performances and looks that kill, Thundermother are one of Stockholm’s greatest export(s) since melodic death metal” – Revolver Magazine

”A damn good slice of classic, no nonsense, heads-down-see-you-up-the-front, play it loud rock ‘n’ muthafuckin’ roll” - PlanetMosh


Freitag 20:00 h
Donnerstag 20:00 h

Sibiir + Saviourself

Hard & Heavy {KONZERT}
Dass Metal als Kunstform nicht nur pur und roh einen echten Geltungswert hat ist nicht erst seit kurzem bekannt. Falls ihr auch dieser Meinung seid, wird euch gefallen, was SIBIIR aus Oslo mit Metal anstellen. Im Debüt-Album der Band (2016) treffen dissonante Power-Chords und chaotische Hardcore-Chugs aufeinander. Man hört Converge, Deafheaven und eine ordentliche Prise Kvelertak. Letztere nehmen ihre Landsleute, deren Name eine Anlehnung an die russische Region Sibirien ist, gerne als Support mit auf Tour.