Once upon a time ... So begins the often good stories, this one is no different. It was a long time ago, in the city of Birmingham. Specifically, in the year of our Lord 1969 that the heavy riff was born. Sure, there had been heavy riffs before, but this riff was a little darker, a little heavier, a little meaner. Riff echoed through the streets of Birmingham, bounced between houses' walls and eventually become too big for the small town. riff went out into the world. Some hearts, which was a little truer, embraced the riff and the love that we had created more and heavier, darker riffs. Some chose to call this doom riffs. So it happened that in 2006 returned doom-riff to its origin in the city of Birmingham where it took root in the hearts of the people who formed the band named Alunah a quartet from Birmingham.
The band was formed in 2006 and consists of Soph Day - Vocals and Guitar Dave Day - Guitar Gaz Imber - Bass Jake Mason - Drums They have released two full-length album, Call Of Avernus and now White Hoarhound and a couple is always fun with good music and for some reason I always get a little extra happy when it's good music that is kvinnofrontad. Alunah Plays a natural romanticized psychedelic doom with Pagan influenced texter.Det is much fuzz, heavy riffs, rumbling bass and drums driven. Above this hovers Soph's vocals. A winning combo that magazine Terrorizer Magazine proclaimed that "Future of Doom". Anyway, the first album was really good. With hand number two takes a step forward and confirms that it is to be reckoned with. Because this is a really good album composed with very crude dark heaviness and ambience without for that matter become depressed. Really good! The only thing I can complain about is that it feels a little short.