Calling All Demons
Style: Doom/Sludge Rock
Release date: April 2011
Playing time: 39:00

Light'em up, sink into the biggest chair you can find and listen. This band from Copenhagen, Denmark, has tapped into the vein of retro bands who explore the 1970s sound. Let's just say that a certain mister Iommi hasn't lived in vain! If I didn't know better, I could fooled into believing that this was indeed a 70s heavy rock band with psychedelic influences. It sounds authentic, that's what it does!

The accompanying info sheet tells me that the folk behind Moonless stem from the Copenhagen punk underground and from from bands I never heard off. Underground punk never was my thing, you see, so I'm just happy that these guys have found a different and much more interesting calling in life, delivering doom and gloom to the waiting masses. For lovers of Black Sabbathesque music, this is a must-try.

01. Mark of the Dead
Devil's Tool
Horn of the Ram
Calling All Demons
The Bastard in Me
Midnight Skies
Label: Doomentia Records
Promotion: Sure Shot Worx
Artwork rating: 50/100
Reviewed by: Thomas Nielsen
Date: 18 October, 2012
Website: Moonless@facebook