KRAKOW Debut To Feature Guest Appearance By EMMERHOFF & THE MELANCHOLY BABIES Guitarist

Guitarist Inge Rydal of EMMERHOFF & THE MELANCHOLY BABIES has recorded a guest appearance on the title track to the debut album from the Norwegian stoner metal band KRAKOW, entitled "Monolith". Due on October 26, the CD was recorded at Duper studio in Bergen, and was engineered and mixed by Iver Sandøy of MANNGARD, TRINACRIA, EMMERHOFF & THE MELANCHOLY BABIES, and JAZZKAMMER.

"Monolith" track listing:

01. Coronated King
02. Art Of Motion
03. Last
04. Lantern
05. Follow
06. Oblivious
07. Monolith

"Last" and "Art Of Motion" are available for streaming at this location.

Sandoy previously stated about working on the KRAKOW album: "First time I heard KRAKOW, I thought this is a band that's going somewhere! Their choice to go with stoner/classic metal/hard rock might not be ground-breaking in itself; it is how they do it — how they mix it up with elements from all ranges of the wondrous world of metal: the melodic, the extreme, the heavy, the powerful and the psychedelic foundations are all there. When they asked me to produce their debut album I immediately jumped on the chance to be a part of this band's evolution from the get-go!"

Formed in 2005, KRAKOW released an EP in 2008 titled "Dusty Roads".


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