Danish all-female doom/death metal band KONVENT has inked a deal with Napalm Records.
Last year KONVENT released a demo, which quickly became the beginning of a warm welcome into the Danish underground scene, and since then they have played all over Denmark with great reviews.
Commented the band on the signing: "We are extremely proud to be teaming up with Napalm Records on our coming releases, that we a currently working on. This collaboration will give us the help and support we need to take our music further and we can't wait to show you all of it next year, when we release our debut album through Napalm Records."
Slowly but insistently, resounding bass riffs and a brutal death vocal will pierce through your body, as KONVENT make you feel their love of heavy and simple old-school doom.
At the moment, the band is focusing on making new material to release. Be on the lookout for a brand new studio album in 2019.
Heidi Withington Brink - Bass
Julie Simonsen - Drums
Rikke Emilie List - Vocals
Sara Helena Nørregaard - Guitar
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