Neànder is a bleak post metal group comprising members from diverse backgrounds, including Blackgazers Ånd, Hardcore Punks Patsy O’ Hara, Berlin Sludgers Earth Ship, and live performers from Indie outfit Casper. Neander’s latest offering, a two-track EP titled “odèm / yola des goz,” is now available via Through Love Records, showcasing the band’s exceptional talent and musical prowess.
Following the successful release of their eponymous debut album in 2019, the band embarked on a month-long tour, performing alongside renowned artists such as Pelican (US), Inter Arma (US), and Big Business (US) at various shows and festivals.
In October 2020, the instrumental collective returned with their new album, “EREMIT,” released through Through Love Records, followed by an extensive festival season in 2022.
Ahead of the neàner EREMIT tour commencing on April 13, the band has recently announced the launch of a new two-track EP, and today we have a great pleasure to finally check it out in its full glory and marvel at an amazing cover art by Skullcult.
The EP’s captivating cover art was designed by Skullcult, while Jan Oberg at Hidden Planet Studio oversaw production and mixing, with Magnus Lindberg delivering a masterful mastering performance.
Fans eagerly anticipating the band’s live performances will be pleased to know that tickets for the “EREMIT TOUR 2023” are currently on sale, with concerts scheduled for various locations throughout Germany, including Dresden, Berlin, Leipzig, and Hamburg. Don’t miss out on the chance to experience Neander’s electrifying live performances firsthand.
13.04.23 – Dresden, Chemiefabrik
14.04.23 – Berlin, Cassiopeia
15.04.23 – Leipzig, Naumanns
17.04.23 – Siegen, Vortex Surfer Club
18.04.23 – Trier, Lucky`s Luke
19.04.23 – Karlsruhe, KoHi
20.04.23 – Mannheim, Forum
21.04.23 – Erlangen, E-Werk
22.04.23 – Ulm, Kradhalle
24.04.23 – München, Feierwerk / Kranhalle
25.04.23 – Frankfurt a.M., Nachtleben
26.04.23 – Tübingen, Münzgasse
27.04.23 – Köln, MTC
28.04.23 – Bochum, Die Trompete
29.04.23 – Hamburg, Hafenklang