Punk Rock Heavy Fuzz Live & Uncensored !
On June 3rd, 2017 the three piece heavy punkers Deamon’s Child played a concert in its hometown, Hannover, Germany. They opened for the Canadian band Blood Ceremony at the LUX Club. Band members Ana Muhi (Bass & Vox), Sven Missullis (Guitar), Tim Mohr (Drums) enter club and were ecstatically surprised to meet an old friend behind the mixing console. It was Willi Dammeier of the Institut für Wohlklangforschung Studio. Willi is known for his productions with bands like Colour Haze, Kalamata, Rotor, Mother Superior, i.e..
Spontaneously, the band and Willi decided to record the concert without any extra expenditure and just for fun. A do-it-yourself limited edition cd release without additional soundcheck or special live microphone set up. In return, an authentically in your face performance that transcends from the hot stage they rocked out on, directly into the recording we can so effortlessly listen to. This is an ‘I don’t give a fuck’ punk rock moment !
How is the sound?
From the instant the first song “Zucker” rips into the listener’s mind, to the last sounds of clapping hands after “Das Vogellie” we enter a punk rock cult experience. Hammer head worship is an essence, which transcends out of the garage, into the dark underground, and back into the modern streets of ‘fuck you and everything’ attitude. Live im Lux is raw! A nostalgic piece for every time there was heavy drinking, drugs, grungy sweat pouring out of mosh-pit chaos and a stage on fire. Deamon’s Child delivered that night in Hannover, Germany. Our imagination shall bring us there, in that moment, because that scene is why we experience music live; especially when it’s heavy. This recording winds up, and punches square in the teeth. Hammer headism is a cult, a mentality that will never die.
Why is this album worth listening to?
- This album will get you in the mood, and inspire you to enter your nearest bar or club and experience the wonderfully passionate sounds of blood, sweat and tears. Live and uncensored!
In what situation you should listen to this album?
- Friday or Saturday night when you’re sick in bed, and can’t go to your local dive club and ring out your ears full of punk rock fury.
Something particular to note?
Limited edition cd. Hand-numbered on the self-made sleeve and on the CD-R. *Only 50 available.
For Fans Of
Heavy Temple, Whores, Melvins, the self titled album by The Clash.
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