Compelling, dramatic and moving
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Power-trio Stefanie Mannaerts (drums, vocals), Stijn Vanhoegaerden (guitar) and Peter Mulders (bass) released their debut album ‘Burst’ in 2017 and since then they’ve been conquering hearts all over the world with their own form of post-metal and rock. The tour bus became their second home and you can hear that on their second album ‘Nest’ (March 2019). An ode to their home front, as that touring life laid a bomb under all relationships, family bonds and friendships. Something that they were totally unprepared for but had to learn to live with.
With ‘Nest’ they sold out venues all over Europe and America, and played at festivals from Hellfest (Fr) to Mexico City. From the first rehearsals in 2013 to the last tour in 2019, via the fine words of Lars Ulrich (Metallica) and Ben Koller (Converge) right down to the personal Deftones Festival in San Diego. There were more fine things planned for the damned year 2020, but they were replaced by the release of the double album ‘Live in Ghent’, a recording of their sold-out show in Ghent in May 2019. At the same time, the band went into a huddle in preparation for their third studio-album that is to see daylight in 2022...
Picture: Anton Coene