"Chamber doom" - Mohammad calls his style with noble simplicity. The Greek trio with its own home-made instruments and some electronics builds a dark, moody, deeply vibrant sound, real drone-blown music. Long-lasting cello and bass, electronic modulation, some folk effects: these are the music features of Mohammad (or MMMD), which is somewhere halfway between the subtle, acoustic chamber music and the doom that has drooling.
One of Iceland's most special bands, Sólstafir returns after three years to Budapest! The reformed line up released its firs album this year titled Berdreyminn, which can be regarded as their very best so far: whirling great post-guitar music that is impossible to put in any genre bringing Scandinavian melancoly and folklore. It proves they are at the peak of their creativity. Their support will be the also album-introducing Myrkur. The Danish multi-instrumentaist builds up his fragile murderous songs of black metal, pastoral folk and more somewhere halfway between Sigur Rós and Bathory. Support act will come by the great Icelandic Árstídir.
Following their summer rooftop concert, the Anchorless Bodies will be launching their new album at the A38 Ship's Concert Hall! Their great gig together with the British Canvas and Austrian Tripsitter bands will be definitely one of the most intense club concerts of the season.