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Black River returns to Pol'and'Rock Festival

2021-06-15 15:45:18

 

Black River is one of the most exciting heavy metal bands in the country. The group, formed by musicians who played with Behemoth, Dimmu Borgir, Rootwater, and Geisha Goner, will perform at the Most Beautiful Festival in the World. 

The band was formed in 2008 and released their eponymous debut album later that year. The album was very well received by fans of massive sounds and music critics alike. "Black River" was nominated for Fryderyk awards. A year later, the band released another LP, titled "Black'n'Roll. 2010 marks the release of the band's compilation album "Trash". The group has gone on hiatus later that year, revealing that the vocalist's serious health issues caused the break.

Eight years later, in 2018, the band announced that they began working on a new album released in 2019. "Black Box" was closely followed by "Humanoid". This most recent album was nominated for the Fryderyk award in the category "Best Rock Album" of 2020.

The group plays heavy stoner metal, basing their sound on heavy riffs, mighty drums and the characteristic, strong voice of vocalist Maciej Taff. Their music is slower, more powerful and we know that their performance will be a must-see for any fan of good heavy metal. 

 

 

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