Highly touted heavy/doom rock band, Lucifer, have provided Invisible Oranges with a stream of their debut effort, Lucifer I as well as an interview with Johanna Sadonis, the lead singer.
Sadonis; the beautiful wizard responsible for captivating listeners with her exquisitely haunting voice and Gaz Jennings; the guitarist of legendary doom metal group, Cathedral, have been garnering incredible amounts of praise and publicity for the sound they have been conjuring over the last year. With the help of Dino Gollnick on bass and Andrew Prestidge on drums, Lucifer is rising into a supernatural realm of doom that only a few bands have been able to reach recently (one of which they are about to tour with, Pallbearer).
The Berlin/London group successfully channel their ancestors in Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, and Led Zeppelin while successfully carving out their own distinguishable sound. What stands out most on Lucifer I is its ability to create a mystical occult feeling throughout its eight songs without feeling forced. Album standouts “Abracadabra” and “Izrael” highlight the cohesion between Sadonis’s spell casting and Jennings, Gollnick, and Prestige’s instrumental concoction. Check out the album stream below and read the interview done with Joseph Schafer over at IO. Lucifer I officially comes out June 16.