Tag: Slower

Bootleg: “A Kind Of Pain” from Neker!

Filmed live in the bands practice space on a single fixed camera, Italian Sludge Metal riffs galore are brought to the King’s table by Neker with “A Kind Of Pain” in glorious black and white. The trio who still sound very much like they belong in New Orleans and sharing stages with Crowbar have their

Exclusive Interview: Neker talk writing and recording!

A week after our first conversation, this second exclusive interview with Italian Sludge Metal act Neker sees us move from the topic of their sophomore album “Slower” to a boiled down behind the scenes look at their writing and recording process and what goes into creating big riffs in the style of NOLA…

Exclusive Interview: Neker talk “Slower”!

Italian Sludge Metal act Neker make music with all the hallmarks of the classic NOLA sound that make Crowbar and Down so damn good and while citing them as influences they still sound completely authentic themselves. A Solo project as well as a trio signed to Time To Kill Records, they released the stunning follow

NEWS: It’s “A Kind Of Pain” for NEKER…

…in just a couple of days time you will be able to bare witness to the finest piece of Sludge Metal that has surfaced outside of New Orleans. Entitled “Slower“, it marks the sophomore album from Italians NEKER which we reviewed earlier this week. For your viewing pleasure they have unveiled a second music video

Review: “Slower” by Neker

Originally a solo project of bassist and vocalist Neker who founded the project in 2015, he met guitarist Alessandro Eusebi and drummer Daniele Alessi before recording debut album “Louder“ with them in 2016-2017, something which led to European and even Canadian tours. Neker describes himself as someone with no important messages to spread but being instead someone

Bootleg: NEKER: Noise And Hate From The Basement!

Filmed live in the studio in their native Italy by Matteo Ermeti and Gessica Ghilardi, Sludge Metal trio NEKER released an hour of power recorded and mixed by Brendan Paolini in February. Released via Time To Kill Records, it sees the band perform their debut album “Louder” in full, ahead of their sophomore album “Slower”