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Powderhead
Miller & Hels
Powderhead - The Junction 1, Cambridge
Powderhead
Hels
Simon
Powderhead
Ollie
Chris
Powderhead
Miller
Hels
Powderhead
Ollie
Simon
Miller
Chris

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Debut Album "The Cycle Repeats" is OUT NOW!

Listen here:

  • Spotify
  • YouTube
  • Bandcamp
  • iTunes
  • Deezer
  • Amazon

Also available to buy on CD, Vinyl and Cassette via our store.

 
 
 

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ABOUT Planet fatale

Heavy riffs, rhythmic groove and fierce, melodic vocals. Planet Fatale occupy the darker side of heavy rock, fused with blues/stoner rock and alternative metal influences.

“...hurricane of modern hard rock and Metal ” - MetalTalk

“There is variety here from blues rockers to straight metal and the musicianship is excellent” - Powerplay Magazine

This 5-piece came together in Cambridge, UK in 2019 and released their debut album “The Cycle Repeats”, produced by Russ Russell (Napalm Death, The Wildhearts, Raging Speedhorn), in September 2021, following four music video single releases, a live EP, and having played 70+ gigs across the UK.

“you get a blast of heavy almost stoner guitars in your ears with a vocal sound that hits you in the gut and claws it’s way into your brain.” - CyderBaby

“..touches on Iron Maiden styled charges and guitarwork but throws in some old school Pantera thrash into the mix.” - MetalTalk

They are self-confessed gig addicts and thrive on the live stage and interacting with audiences, who in return can expect a show full of intense, raw energy and a relentless performance.

Join them at a show near you - welcome to the Planet!

“a rampant Metal monster... slashing out riffs intended to lacerate... Hels Johnson’s.. [vocal] cuts through, Boudicca leading her tribe, the effect reminiscent of the seismic impression that Bruce Dickinson made when first heard with Iron Maiden.... ‘Working Girl’ taps into Steve Harris’s troupe amongst the groove-filled drive and sledgehammer attack, whilst ‘Shotgun Riders’ and the epically sweeping ‘Violation’ take their cues from the Metallica school of riffage....” - Fireworks Magazine