|Rising French Doom Rock Group to Release New LP, ‘Of Blood and Wine’, October 5
French doom rock rousers The Necromancers will release their new LP, Of Blood and Wine, on October 5 via Ripple Music (Mothership, BANG!, Castle). Drawing their main inspiration from mythological, satanic and fantastic tales of Europe as well as classic horror cinema from the last century, The Necromancers’ melting pot produces many a darkened shade, each deeply enthralling, brimming with mystical delights and devilish darkness. Of Blood and Wine is the follow-up to The Necromancers‘ debut album, Servants of The Salem Girl, an LP that was hailed as “a wild celebration honoring the best parts of rock, doom, and traditional heavy metal.”
In advance of the release of Of Blood and Wine, The Necromancers debut the new song “The Gathering” via The Obelisk, which hails the band’s sound as a “blend of cult rock, doom, heavy vibes and ’70s-style boogie”. Hear The Necromancers‘ “The Gathering” at this location.
The Necromancers are a strange alliance of musicians that hail from a wide range of backgrounds. Together, the group is immense. From progressive psych rock to harrowing doom metal, The Necromancers‘ music is a condensed hybrid of varied influences. Having already toured France with Elephant Tree, the future certainly doesn’t look dark and depressing for the band, much to the contrary. Now signed to heavy rock leader,Ripple Music, The Necromancers are ready to make an immediate impact and forge a name for themselves amongst modern day metal’s leading edge acts.
The Necromancers have also released the new song, “Secular Lord” in advance of the new album’s release. Stream “Secular Lord” now at this location.
1.) Join the Dead Ones
3.) Of Blood and Wine
4.) Secular Lord
6.) The Gathering
Pre-order Of Blood and Wine at this location.
“The band is still young,” explains vocalist and guitar player Tom Cornière. “We never would have thought of signing with a label like Ripple Music. We could hardly have hoped for better. It’s an honor and a surprise. Now, we are looking forward to touring and to be able to share our music wherever we can.”