Jannick Brochdorf (Vocal), Niels Alex Larsen (Lead Guitar / Vocal), Lars Ulrik Le Fevre (Guitar / Vocal), Martin Poulsen (Bass) and Daniel Nielsen (Drums) from Copenhagen (Denmark) who form the rock band Statement are finalising details for a forthcoming LP.
The track I Wonder Why, from the forthcoming album, was also made available as a standalone single on the 19th.
The opening phrases set the listener on to a heavy-metal mindset as guitar sets up the anticipated thunderous roar, only for Statement to take the listener on a completely different direction of travel by revealing a tempered rock ballad in to which the audience quickly settles as the quintet deliver a song with both passages of tenderness as well as furious pace all within the framework of their signature sound of multilayered texturing.
The Danish atmospheric-folk outfit Death Machine are finalising details for the release of the LP Isle Of Mine.
The first track to surface from the album is the title track Isle Of Mine which was, itself, made available as a standalone single on bandcamp on the 14th.
The track is pivoted around a rolling sequence of ever expanding curls which spread through the room creating a sense of a soundtrack for settling in to a planetarium gazing at the imagery of the universe.
The Danish rock quintet Black Swamp Water are due to release the LP Distant Thunder on the 24th.
Black Swamp Water
The first track to surface from the album, which was itself released as a stand alone single on the 27th of July is the delta-blues number Bitter Harvest, that curls around the audience like the twisted roots of a swamp cypress.
From a recent live session the track Glockster surfaced, which articulates of their breadth of influences and abilities to turn those ideas in to complex compositions which hold the audience enthralled.
Jazz, blends in to gaze, only for angles of maths-rock to spike the curves while becoming creased in to folksy flute yet all allowed to hang in compressed and expanded texturing… Best approached with an open mind and time to hand as in likelihood the listener will find themselves digging the collection of late ’60s and early ’70s LPs in which to reminisce.