After one of the most insane demo back in 2015, these guys didn't waste time but rather focused onto sharpening their weapons, deciding to take a step further their sound and approach to fuzzy riffs, amps worship, and sinister sludgy patterns. A little taste of this came with their latest release, the split album with Deveikuth but more is about to be unleashed!
Let's talk it through, this is no more the classic sludgy band PISSBOILER have been back in the days. These guys have seriously taken their sound to a completely different level and the result is a corrosive yet melancholic mix of sludge and funeral. A devastating hymn to darkness and pain.
The upcoming work takes full hands from this latest incarnation to reveal a band which is not afraid to dare and is instead looking forward to putting a spell on all doomsters and extreme music fanatics out there. This is the unholy union of bands such as The Funeral Orchestra and Arche!
"In The Lair Of Lucid Nightmares" is a total blast!
".. an unholy marriage between crawling funeral doom, noisy sludge and absolutely miserable drone." (Decibel Magazine)
".. Those long, droning chords rumble the guts and put an apocalyptically doomed feeling into the mind, driven deeper still by the echo of cavernous, inhuman roars and by shapeless forms of guitar torture that put your teeth on edge.." (No Clean Singing)
"Moving at funeral paces, with a weight and heaviness that is almost physical, In the Lair of Lucid Nightmares is a surprisingly intelligent, well-crafted listen, with an emotional power that is as strong as it is surprising." (The Sound Not The Word)
"Slow moving sonic pain!" (Cvlt Nation)
".. the material on Pissboiler’s debut album is so nihilistic, harrowing, and filled with ugly negativity, that it’s hard to believe that any but the most devoted funeral doom fan would expose themselves to the band’s infections." (Wonderbox Metal)
released December 25, 2017
LG - Vocals & Bass
Pontus Ottosson - Guitar
Karl Jonas Wijk - Drums & Guitar
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Karl Jonas Wijk in Studio Gustafsberg 2017
Artwork by Ulf Nyhlin, Photography by Nicky Hellemans