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Modern God

by Klammer

Yorkshire’s finest exponents of all things Dark/Pop/ and Post/Punk are back with a great new single on “Under Dogz Records”. As with their self-titled 2nd LP they have kept to a winning formula – strong, clear vocals matched to chiming guitar notes. Subtle cymbal tapping in the intro gives way to chiming guitars (Steve) and a chunky bass that crackles with menace in the background almost throughout. Poss (vox) twists his vocal and shows huge range as the various layers come to the fore, notably in the chorus. The ending is truly wonderful as the pace drops and just evaporates.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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POSS (Vocals/Guitar)
STEVE WHITFIELD (Guitars/Vocals)

Leeds based Klammer are looking forward to an exciting 2018.

They are currently in the process of recording their 3rd album which will be released on Under Dogz Records in the Summer.

Klammer’s new songs continue to excite with their dark themes allied to catchy riffs and anthemic choruses.

They are aiming to emulate the success of their debut 7” single “Everything Depends Upon The King” which was released on Curious Fox Records and was championed by Steve Lamacq on BBC 6 Music.

Having have consistently played up and down the country both as a headline act and in support of some big name bands, Klammer are intent on consolidating their position as one of the country’s finest live Post Punk acts.

Klammer put a contemporary twist on the post-punk attitude. Although there's plenty of hooks in their songs, there's a dark and edgy broodiness coursing through the sound of the band.



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