In conjunction with the release of their debut album in July, Scandinavian
melodic metal act Black Succubi sets out on their first UK tour this November. The tour is presented by SLW Promotions and Two Side Moon in UK as a follow up to the very positive British press regarding Black Succubi’s debut album.
“We’re very excited about this tour”, tells guitar player and founding member Thomas Pedersen,”it’s what we’re in it for; composing, rehearsing, recording, and touring. Playing live on a London stage Saturday night is definitely a dream come true, and we are honoured and very happy about the support and this opportunity to rock with the metal fans in UK”.
Nov 16, Thatched House, Stockport
Nov 17, tba (open for booking)
Nov 18, Monto Water Rats, London
Nov 20, The Salutation Inn, Nottingham
Nov 21, The Duke of Neath, Neath
Nov 22, BH2 Bridge House, London – supporting Joe Stump (US)
Nov 23, Scruffy Murphy’s, Birmingham
Black Succubi is a Copenhagen, Denmark based melodic metal act by present and former members of IronFire, Fate, Sons of Tomorrow and PitchBlack. Black Succubi’s debut album is independently released through digital downloading only and have received numerous and very supporting reviews from internet webzines and magazines internationally.
Visit www.blacksuccubi.dk for music samples, biography, photos and video.
Succubi’s are defined as demons who take the form of beautiful women, in order to seduce men. If the band Black Succubi are demons, they have taken form as metal heads who will tear your world apart with heavy guitar riffs, powerful vocals and hard crashing rhythms.
When I first read about this Scandinavian metal act, I knew they could be something special, but I had no idea they would be this good.
Not only is Black Succubi’s new disc a great new metal album, it will compete with Testament’s The Formation of Damnation for best of 2008. On this CD, I hear heavy riffs that remind me of Pantera, Halford and Black Label Society. I love all of those bands so I found this album very much to my liking.
Jan Lundstrom is one of the best new metal singers that I have heard in a long time. When you hear the combined guitar might of Thomas Pedersen, and Michael Larsen, you will think you have died and gone to metal heaven. Black Succubi has some great guest appearances on this record as well. Mercyful Fate’s Hank Shermann adds a guitar solo on the tune “Cry For Your Brother”, and Iron Fire’s Kirk Bacharach on the song “Psychotic Meltdown”.
Bottom line, this album is heavy as hell, and absolutely killer. No metal fan should be without this!
Go to the Black Succubi myspace page to preview some of the music on this album. For more information on the band, check out their website at this link. You can buy this album from iTunes and Prefueled. Go get it! You will be glad you did!
01. Troubled Times
02. Dark Side
03. Into Oblivion
04. Blood And Flames
05. You Cant Run Away
06. Psychotic Meltdown
07. Feel It Coming
08. Cry For Your Brother
10. Time To Get Even
Black Succubi is:
Jan Lundstrøm: vocals
Thomas “Pede” Pedersen – guitars, growl
Jens B. – drums
Jesper Brogaard – bass, backing vocals
Michael Larsen – guitars, backing vocals
Additional backing vocals by Rachelle Ramm
Guitar solo by Kirk Backarach (IronFire)
Guitar solo by Hank Shermann (Mercyful Fate, Force of Evil)