SOULDRINKER is a brand new project featuring Markus Pohl from MYSTIC PROPHECY and rock vocalist Iris Boanta from THE MYSTERY as well as members of the German groove-metal outfit WATCH ME BLEED.

SOULDRINKER's music is described in a press release as "in-your-face-metal with a big groove and heavy riffs. The raw-but-melodic vocals of Iris Boanta and the growls of death-metal-madmen Alex Gindu combine to produce a unique piece of modern metal."

The song "To All That Is Lost" offers the first taste of what fans can expect from SOULDRINKER's upcoming EP. The track was produced by Dennis Ward (PINK CREAM 69, UNISONIC). Mix and mastering were done by Eike Freese (DARK AGE, GAMMA RAY) at the Hammerstudios in Hamburg.

SOULDRINKER will embark on a European tour in March as the support act for Austrian symphonic metallers SERENITY and VISIONS OF ATLANTIS.


Iris Boanta - Vocals
Alex Gindu - Growls
Markus Pohl - Guitar
Chris Rodens - Bass
Steffen Theurer - Drums


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