German psychedelic saxodoom band Ursular presents their new live album »Babylon«
Berlin, Germany based female-fronted psychedelic doom metal band Ursular presents their new live album, »Babylon«, released independently May 28, 2021 on CD and in digital format.
01. Babylon (Live)
02. Gaia (Live)
03. Nocturne (Live)
04. Moan (Live)
Live set, recorded at Katarkombe Berlin.
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Béla Csorba.
Artwork by Agata de Fogo.
Formed in 2016, the Berlin-based band Ursular plays its own style of psychadelic doom, blending heavy, down-tuned riffs with a female voice and saxophone. After their first gig in 2017, they spent the following year playing gigs in cities like Hamburg, Berlin, Dresden as well as Bergen (Norway), sharing the stage with bands like Purple Hill Witch, Primitive Man and Hällas. In 2018, they finally released their first, self-titled EP. The three songs, recorded in two days and totalling 27 minutes of playtime, showcase the unique sound the band created in the two years of its existence. Otherworldly vibes, crushing heaviness and subtle nuances of late sixties psychedelia are accompanied by the saxophone, drenched in reverb and making you understand what the band means when they coin their music Saxodoom. As Riff Relevant put it: “They simply do not sound, or feel, like anything of this planet – not in the least.”
Babett Richter – Vocals, Saxophone
Tim König – Guitars
Kay Assel – Bass
Markus Baumbach – Drums
Photo by Ruby Gold
Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well