SOULDRINKER To Release 'Semper Fidelis II' EP In January

December 30, 2013

SOULDRINKER — the brand new project featuring Markus Pohl from MYSTIC PROPHECY and rock vocalist Iris Boanta from THE MYSTERY — will release its new EP, "Semper Fidelis II", digitally on January 10 via iTunes and Amazon. The effort was produced by Dennis Ward (PINK CREAM 69, UNISONIC) and Markus Teske (MOB RULES).

A track from the EP, "Damn The Machine", can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.

SOULDRINKER's music is described in a press release as "in-your-face-metal with a big groove and heavy riffs."


Iris Boanta - Vocals
Markus Pohl - Guitar
Chris Rodens - Bass
Steffen Theurer - Drums


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