Under Satan’s Sun Available June 10th in North America
On Napalm Records/Spinning Goblin
BLOODY HAMMERS will release their new album Under Satan’s Sun June 10th in North America(May 30th G/A/S, FIN & Benelux, June 2nd UK & Rest of Europe, June 4th ESP/SWE/NOR). The album will be released via Napalm Records/Spinning Goblin. The album will be available a regular CD, limited edition vinyl gatefold and digitally. It can be pre-ordered on Amazon HERE.
The band has created an exclusive YouTube video that features previews from every track on Under Satan’s Sun. The album preview can be accessed HERE.
BLOODY HAMMERS video for the song “Death Does Us Part” can be viewed HERE.
BLOODY HAMMERS video for their song “Welcome to the Horror Show” can be viewed HERE.
The lyric video for the song “The Town That Dreaded Sundown” can be seen HERE.
BLOODY HAMMERS are a heavy rock band from Transylvania County, NC. Although commonly viewed as a gothic rock, Bloody Hammers have equally incorporated elements of doom metal, stoner metal and psychedelic rock.
“Too much of the genre today is cookie-cutter junk – vacuous because it follows whatever the latest semi-trend might be. Or, worst of all, there’s some amazing riffage but complete shit for vocals; like, hasn’t anyone learned a thing from Megadeth about this misstep?
That’s precisely why it’s so arresting when something like BLOODY HAMMERS comes along. With a moniker taken from a song by psych-rock legend Roky Erickson, the music is doom without being dumb and retro without being repetitive. The Charlotte-based outfit come out swinging like Oh Dae-su in the original Oldboy, with longtime Goth staple Anders Manga leading Sabbath-esque overtones that too many try but few are able to actually pull off – especially with this sort of aplomb.”
– Michael Christopher/Vanyaland.com
1. The Town That Dreaded Sundown
3. Death Does Us Part
4. The Moon Eyed People
5. Second Coming***
6. Welcome To The Horror Show
7. Under Satan´s Sun
8. Dead Man´s Shadow On The Wall
9. The Last Alarm
10. The Necromancer