Tag: Drakh

Bootleg: Drakh at Caminhos Metalicos!

When it will see the cold light of day remains shrouded in mystery but back in October Azores Portugal based Death Metal act Drakh gave us a first taste of their forthcoming album “Crossing Spirits” with a lyric video for “Final Mystic”. That was followed by a playthrough video for another new cut titled “Night

Playthrough: “Night Maze” from Drakh!

Back in October Azores Portugal based Death Metal act Drakh gave us a first taste of their forthcoming album “Crossing Spirits” with a lyric video for “Final Mystic” that also gave us a look the stunning cover artwork from Lucelia Cabral. António Couto and Luís Franco have now taken the next step and given us

NEWS: Drakh paint the white to grey…

July 2018 saw Old School Portuguese Death Metallers Drakh release a raw demo version of “White Tree“, a song that eventually wound up being a standout upon their 2020 EP “Volcano One” and so the band have chosen to close the chapter on the EP by going full circle and unveiling an alternative version of

NEWS: Drakh share first piece of “Crossing Spirits”!

Inspired by Cosmicism, Existentialism, insularity and unparalleled Atlantic beauty of their Azores Islands home are Portuguese Death Metal duo Drakh and with new single “Final Mystic” they have unvieled not only the first work of their new album “Crossing Spirits” but also its cover artwork and a new logo. Formed in 2015, they released “Volcano

NEWS: Drakh climb the White Tree…

Hailing from the Azores Islands of Portugal are two man Death Metal project Drakh. They’ve returned to 2020 EP “Volcano One” for a music video for “White Tree“, a cut which first appeared in raw demo form in 2018 and  displays what defines their sound, exposing roots in old school Death Metal with a touch

Bootleg: Drakh at Caminhos Metalicos!

The first ever live performance from multi instrumentalist António Couto and vocalist Luís Franco sees Drakh at performing a trio of cuts from there EP “Volcano One” at Caminhos Metalicos online festival. Hailing from the Azores, Portugal, the duo are inspired by Cosmicism, Existentialism and the insularity of their home, pushing it into Death Metal

Under The Influence #57: Drakh on “My Arms Your Hearse” from Opeth!

1998 saw the release of the third critically acclaimed studio album from Swedish Progressive Death Metal titans Opeth. Recorded the summer prior to its release with producer Fredrik Nordström (At The Gates, Dark Tranquillity) and In Flames vocalist Anders Fridén at Studio Fredman In Gothenburg Sweden “My Arms Your Hearse” was the first album to

Playthrough: “Cosmic Shadow” from Drakh!

Celebrating 3 months since the release of their EP “Volcano One“, Multi instrumentalist António Couto from Melodic Death Metal project Drakh has laid down a guitar playthrough for “Cosmic Shadow“. He joins vocalist and artist Lous Franco as both look to create music inspired by Comic Existentialism and the Insularity of their home in the

Review: “Volcano One” EP by Drakh

Formed in 2015 by multi instrumentalist António Couto and vocalist Luís Franco in Azores, Portugal, Drakh are a Death Metal duo whose sound is inspired by Cosmicism, Existentialism and the insularity of their home. After all, the Azores Islands are an unparalleled Atlantic beauty but that comes with a price… …first emerging from the band in May