Lumberhead - "Erase" - Reviewed By World Of Metal! Tuesday May 10 2022, 10:04 AM
Lumberhead - "Erase" - Reviewed By World Of Metal!

Lumberhead - "Erase" - Reviewed By World Of Metal ! Check it out here at this link:

There is something deeply familiar in the sound of the German Lumberhead – and this is no longer a beginning to criticize, just to see a feeling that has been present from the first hearing and even lasts until now, at this moment when I write these words. Something that indicates a sense of familiarity and not only by the names evoked in the press release: namely Gojira, Mastodon and The Haunted. Guitars full of groove but far from generic to the point of trying to be the new Panther. No, the riffs push for a more progressive, broader reality. They push without getting there properly. And while you're in this fight looking to come up with a better definition, the EP comes to an end. Go back to the beginning, because yes, it is those who, even without falling in love at first, leave us perplexed enough to repeat the dose many times. The final conclusion is that there is really déjà vú involved that even without being able to identify it can leave us slightly infarcted after a few auditions. Good songs but it would take something else... to erase the sensation of déjà vú. - World Of Metal

Release Date: February 26, 2022

FFO: Mastodon, Gojira, The Haunted


Since their early days in 2014 Lumberhead have played a unique mixture of neck-breaking groove, death, and thrash metal.

Rooted in bands like Lamb of God, Pantera, Crowbar, Motorhead, Mastodon, Gojira, The Haunted, and Deserted Fear Lumberhead are best known for their axe-plosive live-shows. 

After the release of their debut album LUMBERHEAD back in 2019, ERASE is the first of two interrelated E.P.'s released in early 2022. 


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Track List:
1) The Same
2) Thousand Suns
3) D-Fens
4) House Of Terror

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