DRACONIAN REMAINS – First LP of German Heavy Metal Locomotive

DRACONIAN REMAINS, bright green instead of just black and gray. Nevertheless, the five young Swabians make no secret of what their hearts are attached to. On flawless heavy metal, which always goes forward and is committed to headbanging! The men deliberately orientate themselves to the sound of the early 80s.

Modern songwriting paired with the original intention of heavy metal, DRACONIAN REMAINS are closer to the “Killers” album than IRON MAIDEN will ever be. Everything seems so familiar, but something seems to be different.

Five young boys set off from tranquil Balingen to explore the world of heavy metal. Heavy metal in its original way, as celebrated by bands like IRON MAIDEN, U.D.O or JUDAS PRIEST. They are by no means content to emulate the idols. On the contrary, they found their own way of keeping this music alive. DRACONIAN REMAINS produced their first album “The Start Of A Journey” themselves. On February 28, 2020, also in-house production, their first LP “THE FIRST CRUSADE” followed, with which they can already record several thousand streams and a steadily growing heavy metal fan base.

But that was just the beginning of the trip. The train has now picked up speed and is unstoppable. It is already clear that a band is maturing here that will have a lot to offer in the future.

Formed in 2012 after years of changing the crew, this has been the fixed lineup since 2017 Members are: Alexander Thalmaier (Vocals), Marcel Willkommen (Bass), Benni Drumbeldore Antolovic (Drums), Davin Wolfer (Guitar), Manuel Rothmund (Guitar)

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