Lucifer’s Fall stream an unmastered version of their song »The Furthest Shore«, taken from the upcoming split with Eldritch Rites
Australian doom metal band Lucifer’s Fall stream an unmastered version of their song »The Furthest Shore«, taken from the upcoming split with Eldritch Rites. Music by The Mother Superior and Deceiver, lyrics by Deceiver, »The Furthest Shore« was originally written when they were in their previous band Rote Mare.
The Lucifer’s Fall part will be titled »Graveyard Rising«, a continuation of the subject matter of their upcoming album, »III – From The Deep«.
Not often does a band come along that completely re-writes the rules of Western musical composition, develops new audio technology to properly convey their creativity, and stir massive grassroots social and political activism into a lasting cultural phenomenon. But until such a band does emerge, we can all make do with Adelaide doom act Lucifer’s Fall. They’ve been filling a void since 2013 and will, no doubt, continue to do so. They are certainly a viable alternative to Suffer The Evenue, the Zep Boys, or poker machines.
Lucifer’s Fall is:
Deceiver – Vocals
Cursed Priestess – Bass
The Invocator – Guitars
Heretic – Guitars
The Hammer – Drums
Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well