Demo

by Hexenjäger

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Brit Harvey
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Brit Harvey The Spanish Inquisition opening , and the Danzig - ish vocals definitely make this EP unique. The long opener is really good even though it loses a bit of steam towards the end . It transitions nicely into Murk , with some nice soloing leading into the slow fuzzy crunch. Good stuff Favorite track: Murk.
Steve Rodger
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Steve Rodger Many thanks to brother Paul Rote for the feed on this one. At first I thought this must be Italian in origin but no the band appear to be from Brittany in NW France ( possibly neighbors of Stangala ) Very excellent low doomy sludge ... Favorite track: Hexenjäger.
paul rote
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paul rote I usually pass on sludge because I just don't need 8,476 band's in this genre. BUT when one comes along of this caliber ,I'm on board. Nice melodies and harmonies along with clean vocals similar to Wino. Favorite track: Murk.
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Hexenjäger's 2-tracks debut demo! For those interested in getting a physical copy, contact us at hexenjager.doom@gmail.com

"[...] and that has everything to do with how it favors 1970 something or rather slow jam doom! Not that you'll go wrong with either cut friends! Especially if you live and die by the sword of S-L-O-W doom!!!"
metalmark.blogspot.fr/2015/05/french-metal-friday-hexenjager-demo.html

"[...] It's a rich strain of doom metal, with sludge in the grit and occasional sharpness of the guitar, some traditional nods from the vocals and bass-tone, and a funeral atmosphere to the pace of the chord-crushing."
ridewiththedevil.blogspot.se/2015/05/the-mighty-hunters.html

"[...] This is just a very good, old fashioned, doom song in the vein of many of the great ones in the genre. As if it comes directly from the late seventies, before grunts were invented."
www.merchantsofair.com/reviews/hexenjager-demo

"[...] After listening to the 2 songs it's a meaty 28 minute doom-thrashing. The band really focuses on the riff creating grimy, heavy tones. The vocals are uniquely clean and kind of take on a mind of their own. The bass and drums create a high quality foundation for the rest to work. "
www.wonderock.com/home/sunday-morning-sermon-with-hexenjager

"[...] Hexenjager plays a musical style that is very heavily rooted in the early 70's and 80's style of doom metal which they also mix in with a touch of psychedelia and the heaviness of sludge to create a sound of their own..."
undergroundmusickzine.blogspot.fr/2015/05/hexenjagerdemo-2015-review.html

"[...] Despite only a two track demo, there is enough stylistic variation to whet one’s appetite for more of Hexenjäger’s take on traditional doom. The band’s demo is beautifully crafted, wholly realized, and perfectly recorded.[...] Hexenjäger are starting off on a very high note and it will be interesting to see how they develop in the future. Definitely anticipating more…"
verticalchamberapparatus.blogspot.fr/2015/06/though-shalt-not-suffer-witch-to-live.html

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released March 23, 2015

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