LOU SIFFER & THE HOWLING DEMONS
For all you lovers of full speed ahead rock n´ roll – Lou is here to steal your soul! Buckle up – It’s gonna be a wild ride!
Lou Siffer and the Howling Demons (L.S.H.D.) was formed in 2008 in Uppsala, Sweden. It all started with a friend that needed a cool band for a party at a car club. Lou gathered his demons and it became so much more than just that party. The band found a rock sound that is appealing to a lot of people because of its mixture of rock n´ roll, hard rock and heavy metal served with a punk rock attitude.
In 2009 L.S.H.D. recorded and released the 7″-single “The Mosher” accompanied with a video. This was followed up by playing several big festivals in Sweden such as Sweden Rock Festival, Sundsvalls gatufest, Rock Out Wild Festival etc. In 2011 L.S.H.D. released their debut album “The Devil’s ride”. Their second full length album “At your service” was released by Mighty Music in 2014 and got great reviews in rock and metal press from around the world.
“Sweden´s grooviest, dirtiest rumpus returns with a sophomore slice of action that both raises the bar and punches through it”. Powerplay magazine (UK)
”Their perseverance has paid off with an impressive collection of gonzo-metal face-melters”. Classic rock UK
L.S.H.D. have now recorded 4 brand new songs for an EP. Once again L.S.H.D. worked with Lawrence Mackrory at Musikfabriken, Uppsala, and once again the result is exquisite. A new video has also been shot for the song “Better safe than sober”. The video was shot by Simon Wettervik on an industrial site in Uppsala together with the guys from “True Grit Inc”.
The single and the video for “Better safe than sober” will be released January 8th and the 4 track EP will be released January 28th 2016.
K. Oz – Vocals
Kahn Ibbal – guitars
Lou Siffer – bass
(Drums on EP recording by Ray Zår)
‘The Devil’ – Album (2011)
‘At Your Service’ – Album (2014)
‘LSHD’ – EP (2016)
Stream or download ‘LSHD” here: https://TargetGroup.lnk.to/LSHD
Stream or download ‘At Your Service’ here: TargetGroup.lnk.to/LSHD-AtYourService