With a name like Snakedoctors, you’d expect their music to have a bit of a venomous bite. And boy, do they deliver!
Snakedoctors, a four-piece indie band hailing from Gdansk, Poland, has been making waves in the music industry since their formation in May 2020. With 22 singles and four albums under their belt, their music has charted on numerous platforms, including Poland Empik Top 100 Rock and iTunes Top 100 Rock. Their latest release, “Destroyed,” featuring drummer Nik Hughes, is a reimagining of their previous song of the same name, and it is a powerful rock ballad that will tug at your heartstrings.
The track begins with a driving drumbeat and distorted guitar riffs that immediately set the tone for what’s to come. The lead vocalist, Wojciech Wypych, delivers a powerful performance that brings the lyrics to life. The song speaks about life’s struggles and how sometimes things can go wrong, with lines like “This is a kill you’re giving me. You came into my life and left it destroyed.”
The production quality of “Destroyed” is exceptional, thanks to the mixing talents of Marshall Gallagher, a prominent producer and leader of Teenage Wrist, and the mastering skills of Howie Weinberg, who added an extra layer of polish to the track, making it sound crisp and clear.
This single serves as a great teaser for Snakedoctors’ upcoming album, “Waiting For,” which promises to feature even more guest artists and producers. Their previous albums have received high praise, and it’s clear that the band pours their hearts and souls into their music.
What sets Snakedoctors apart is their passion for creating music that’s both enjoyable and meaningful. They aren’t afraid to tackle tough topics in their lyrics, and they don’t take themselves too seriously. With collaborations with top producers like Joe Gibb, Kevin Paul, and Howie Weinberg, it’s clear that they’re committed to making the best music possible.
If you’re a fan of alternative rock, indie rock, or grunge, then “Destroyed” is a must-listen. The song’s guitar riffs, hard-hitting drumming, and powerful vocals will appeal to fans of bands like Nirvana, Soundgarden, and Bush. Snakedoctors is a band that’s definitely worth keeping an eye on in the coming years.
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