Tag Archives: poland

“Sauer Adler” releases now!

With a decision to keep things raw and keep first takes only, the album has been completed earlier than expected. We hope you enjoy our underground blast of brutalist rock/psychedelic noise rock. Here’s “Sauer Adler”, and now off to well-deserved long holiday. Until next time!

New material in the works

There’s new material in the works. We will upload a new track really soon @ http://soundcloud.com/saueradler


Our thanks to Underground-ÄxpÄrten for having us on air, and to the wonderful people who keep buying our albums @ bandcamp! It should, or does it already?, include you.

The Trips and Dreams of Doctor Cosmonaut Vol.5

The brutalist rock saga continues with a log from Doctor’s 2016 trips and dreams. We hope you enjoy this transmission lost in space. Thank you for your support! Here’s “Indiano”.

“Polish Tribal Music” released NOW!

It is with pride and honor that we present the new brutalist rock album from Sauer Adler, pioneers of the genre, based in Poznan Poland. We hope you enjoy “Polish Tribal Music”, our first album for 2017! We will start working hard real soon on a follow up to this concept, but will probably not perform live this year. So sorry.

“Polish Tribal Music” update…

coverAfter successful writing/recording sessions October 21-24 2016, half of the album is now ready, and so is the cover, which you can see attached to this post. “Polish Tribal Music” will contain the track “Savages”, shared previously on youtube, and also “Barbaric Obelisks”, which I will upload to youtube soon. Four more tracks: “Luzifer in Kanaan”, “Champagne Desert”, “Space Swords and Highways”, and “Wake Up Girl” complete the image of “side B” of the future album. I’m about to take a little break, and return to the second (“side A”) half of the LP later this year, so that it will be ready for an early 2017 release. I’m basically listening to two albums right now: Hawkwind’s “Doremi Fasol Latido”, and Venom’s “Welcome to Hell”. So, I further radicalized the “brutalist rock” sound of Sauer Adler, and it will hover somewhere between those two albums mentioned, updated to 2017, arrogant and uncompromising, with a bit of retro-Kraftwerkian electro-punk. I also dig a lot of noise, no-wave and early Sonic Youth lately, so that will definitely show in the new material too, especially in lead guitars and bass solos. Stay tuned for more info as the work continues!