Fri. Jun 21st, 2024

Loner, released their debut album “Warning Signs”

Five piece sludge metal band, Loner, have recently dropped their debut album Warning Signs.

For Fans of Crowbar, Yüth Forever and Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza, the Sydney based quintet have also released a music video for their latest single, Happy Ending.

Loner’s music combine’s the bands afore mention influences with their own brand of sludge metal, giving them an edge that is sure to have them stand out for any lover of the genre.

Loner was recently included on the line up of Feels Good Festival, sharing the stage with heavyweights like Volumes, Windwaker and Gravemind and are gigging relentlessly to expose the world to their brand of hard-hitting, heavy music.

With doom-driven riffs and raspy, tension-filled vocals, Loner are the sludge metal band you didn’t realise you needed in your life.

Check out Warning Signs now, available now on all streaming platforms as well as the video for Happy Ending, viewable now on YouTube.

The band will also release a cover of Silverchiar’s song Israel’s Son on the 2nd of December via all major platforms.

Presave the song here.


Members:
Matt Hughes – Guitar/Vocals
Don Coveny- Vocals
John Fogarty – Drums
Joel Sagarese – Bass
Josh Verey – Guitar

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