Cold In Berlin

Formed in London in 2010, Cold in Berlin’s self-released debut album Give Me Walls was an Artrocker magazine album of the year. Mojo said it was “Impossible not to get sucked in by their dark whirlpool of noise,” while Loud and Quiet and Q argued over whether singer Maya was the new Patti Smith or Siouxsie Sioux.

As the bands’ sound became heavier and darker, Universal subsidiary Candlelight came knocking. Albums two and three; And Yet (2012) and The Comfort of Loss and Dust (2015) received critical acclaim from influential publications across Europe and established the band on the alternative live scene with festival dates, nationwide tours and inclusion in the Terror and Wonder exhibition at the British Library.

Ten years since their debut Cold in Berlin continue their sonic journey in the face of nothing less than the immanent collapse of the world, as we know it.

Cold in Berlin are psyched to join the truest of independent labels New Heavy Sounds as they continue to explore the darkest corners of heavy guitar composition.

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