The densest sounding three piece on this side of the galaxy..(UK radio)
Take 50 years of Hard Rock & Heavy Metal, Southern Rock and a bit of Progressive Rock; Diggeth will digest it and will spew out their mix of all these genres in songs with hooks, heaviness and groove! This kick ass 3-piece band does give a complete new meaning to “Metal-‘n-Roll as well live as on their latest double vinyl album Zero Hour in Doomtown. Their live shows are legendary; the mix of genres is never forced, it flows, it pulses, it grinds and most important; it grooves! It leaves you with an impressive “beep” in your ears and makes you wonder: “How can a three piece sound so big?”
The band, founded by big bearded, veteran guitar-slinger & vocalist, Harald “Big H”, know their trade: From the big sounding guitar and the weathered, raw and melancholic vocals, to the low-end thunder by bass player Natasja aka “Pebbles” and the grooving, heavy drums by Casper “The Chief”; This band is on fire.
To deliver more than a great show, it takes hard labour, practice and experience. Diggeth do understand that basic fact very well, they toured and played all over Europe,The UK and recently, did their first US tour! The band will return to the US in June 2024 to perform on the prestigious Maryland Doomfest USA.
This Intense touring brought them opening slots to a fine selection of respectable bands such as: Michael Schenker, Exodus, Megadeth, Slayer, Karma To Burn, Soulfly, Sacred Reich, Motörhead’s Phill Campbell And His Bastard Sons, Flotsam & Jetsam, Disturbed, Black Label Society and Mammoth.
All these impressions and experience were absorbed, digested and erupted on their critically acclaimed albums Gringos Galacticos and their latest release, the double album Zero Hour In Doomtown, which has been released on No Dust Records/Suburban Distribution Europe and for the USA by Qumran Records.
Reviews and quotes:
Top Ten best releases, 8 out of 10 score, Aardschok magazine (NL)
8 out of 10 points in Rocktribune Magazine (BE)
9 out of 10 points in Stalker Magazine (GER)
9 out of 10 points Metal Forever (BRAZIL)