Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Peacemaker - Cult.45 (Album Stream)

Cult .45 cover art
Following on from their 2012 album sampler, which was met with wide acclaim, London based doom metal band Peacemaker are set to unleash their debut record onto the unsuspecting public.


Peacemaker were formed in London in 2010. Sam Taylor and Rich Maw- former members of Humberside death metal band Infliction- contacted former Satanic Fatwa bassist Al Lawson and embarked a musical quest. Eschewing any scene, trend or nod to what was currently in vogue, they instinctively knew they had to play: True, Old School, Doom Laden Metal. 
With an album of music written and rehearsed the search was on for a vocalist. Ravens Creed (and former Satanic Fatwa) frontman Al Osta was recruited from his lair in Leeds and quickly pledged his allegiance to the cause.
Death to the Betrayers. Welcome to the Fifth Circle of Hell.

Peacemaker have been finely tuning this record for the past 18 months and The Sludgelord have joined together with the band to offer an exclusive stream of their debut 8 track record, Cult.45. 
The record is due for release on CD via the bands own Distortion Plus imprint over the next week or so, however in the meantime you can get your first taste of this brilliant slab of classic doom here.  Believe me, you will not be disappointed.   Check the 8 song album streaming in full below and you can buy the DD via their bandcamp here.


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