Brachmond release a new single and video ‘Labyrinth’
The new music of the Munich female-fronted folk metal band BRACHMOND (ancient German for fallow moon) can’t be missed when the BRACHMOND (old German for fallow moon) is on the rise.
„Ich wünsch mir Stift und Papier, bevor ich meinen Weg verlier“ meaning: „ I wish for a pen and paper before I lose my way“
This line explains a type of sorrow that practically everyone goes through at some point in their lives. In a world where you have to sprint to stay up, you need to draw your own map so you don’t get lost. It’s possible that you’re the only one who can read it, but that’s what makes it special.
Stefanie (lead vocals), Severin (electric guitar, acoustic guitars, flutes, backing vocals) and Max Schmid (bass, backing vocals), Valentin Seipt (bagpipes), Marianne Lasota (violin), Michael Paintner (drums), and Christian Maier (electric guitar) combine medieval folk instrumentation and lyrics in old German language with musical elements from rock and metal to create an unforgettable gripping and authentic sound that sounds like a successful mixture of ‘Subway to Sally’, ‘Feuerschwanz’ and ‘Eluveitie’.
To perform on one of the world’s most prestigious stages.
Seven friends from Fürstenfeldbruck got together one night at a medieval faire and formed the Medieval Rock Band BRACHMOND.
After a few performances at medieval fairs in Southern Germany, the musicians, previously known as “Die Abtrünnigen Spielleut,” changed their genre and approach. The drums became louder, the vocals and guitars became rougher, the shows became more sophisticated, and the stages grew larger.
Apart from numerous side projects, both present and previous, in various genres, “Brachmond” appeals to a wide range of musical tastes, delivering a diverse range of impressions.
In 2017, “Brachmond” released their debut EP “Die Saat” and their first LP “Ascheregen” in 2018. They made their first foray into uncharted territory. After a brief hiatus, they returned to the stage in November 2019 and kicked off 2021/2022 with new songs and recordings.
Raise your glasses, for the Brachmond has arrived!
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