9 Songs, 41 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
29 Ratings
29 Ratings

Sexy..Raw..70’s sound.

If your looking for black/death metal band, look elsewhere. Most people see a band called Lucifer and think its going to be all about demons and hail Satan… This band has a very 70’s unique sound. If your into old Black Sabbath or Bands like Coven and Witchcraft, this band will not disappoint.


souds kool

this sounds like Early Black Sabbath


Solid riffs!!

This has some serious solid riffs going for it. Forget band names...this music is classic hard rock. Too bad radio won't play it. Definitely a Black Sabbath influenced sound. For those bashers giving 1 star, maybe you should try reviewing something you might actually be interested in. As for AS2485, your comment about bad band names. Well, some of your favorite reviews are Five Finger Death Punch, Godsmack and DevilDriver. To Ddjfrench, you are a hip-hop/rap and electronic music listener. Stick to reviewing those genres, as you clearly have no interest or knowledge of hard rock. Lastly, tikiroomfan, your favorites include the Muppets and Star Wars. Again, if you have no intention on really buying something, or interested, then please, don't just write a review with lack of any knowledge of what you are talking about. Stick to your kiddie movies. For those serious about rock, buy this and you will not be disappointed!


Formed in 2014 after the dissolution of Berlin-based vocalist and songwriter Johanna Sadonis' previous band the Oath (an occult-themed doom/punk/hard rock project with Swedish guitarist Linnéa Olsson), Lucifer continues to explore the German siren's fascination with the dark side, but with a proto-metal and blues rock twist. Drawing inspiration from classic rock bands like Blue Öyster Cult, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, and Led Zeppelin, the band, which also includes bass player Dino Gollnick, drummer Andrew Prestidge, and Cathedral guitarist Garry "Gaz" Jennings, inked a deal with Rise Above Records shortly after forming. Their debut long-player, the aptly named Lucifer I, was released the following year and featured the singles "Anubis" and "Morning Star." ~ James Christopher Monger