Lucifer reminds me of Pentagram or even Black Sabbath but with a dominating female vocalist who’s haunting delivery is the perfect contradiction to the bludgeoning musicality this band emanates.

Lucifer is relatively new to the scene. The band was established in 2014, born out of the remnants of The Oath, and features artists from Berlin and London respectively.

I love the look and vibe of this act. The whole presentation oozes the ‘70s. From the band’s logo to the dreary colors utilized in this video, we are taking a trip down memory lane and there’s no reason to come back. As the title “Dreamer” suggests, this is the realm of all possibilities.

The music video is a performance offering with a foggy graveyard as the backdrop. The deep down tuned vibe of the band combined with the triple guitar threat is something to be seen and heard. My favorite part of this offering is the Kaleidoscope images, like a psychedelic daydream, their appearance is mystically uncertain.

Lucifer reminds me of Pentagram or even Black Sabbath but with a dominating female vocalist who’s haunting delivery is the perfect contradiction to the bludgeoning musicality this band emanates. “Dreamer” is my first exposure to Lucifer and I want more. Check out this new video and get caught up in the enchantment of Lucifer! \m/

Lucifer are:

Johanna Sadonis  – Vocals
Linus Björklund – Guitars
Alexander Mayr – Bass
Martin Nordin  – Guitars
Nicke Andersson – Drums
Robin Tidebrink – Guitars

 

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