HUMBUCKER, the solo project of Robert Pehrsson, the DEATH BREATH guitarist and former member of DUNDERTÅGET and THUNDER EXPRESS, will release its debut album next year via High Roller Records. The CD was recorded at Gutterview Recorders and it features guest appearances by Nicke Andersson (ENTOMBED, HELLACOPTERS, IMPERIAL STATE ELECTRIC), Dolf De Borst and Tomas Eriksson from IMPERIAL STATE ELECTRIC, Peter Stjärnvind (NIFELHEIM, BLACK TRIP), Joseph Tholl (ENFORCER, BLACK TRIP) and Johan Bäckman (NECROCOURSE). The music combines yearning THIN LIZZY-esque guitar harmonies with tight classic rock hooks. Heartfelt and honest, it hits with confessional hymns to lost age of guitar-driven pop.

A rough-mix version of the track "Falling Into Darkness" from HUMBUCKER can be streamed below. The song features Robert Pehrsson (vocals, guitar), Tomas Eriksson (drums), Nicke Andersson (bass, backing vocals) and Dolf De Borst (backing vocals).


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