PIJN & CONJURER: Curse These Metal Hands project releases new single ‘Endeavour’

Written by on 12th August 2019

PIJN & CONJURER: Curse These Metal Hands project releases new single ‘Endeavour’

Collaborative album Curse These Metal Hands due 16th August via Holy Roar Records


The highly anticipated PIJN & CONJURER collaboration have released their new single, ‘Endeavour‘, taken from their upcoming Curse These Metal Hands LP, due 16th August via Holy Roar Records.

Stream ‘Endeavour‘ via Spotify here: spoti.fi/2YGnEZJ

Pre-order Curse These Metal Hands here: https://smarturl.it/CURSETMH

The two-minute song is another glimpse into the acclaimed project, which combines the talents of two of UK metal’s brightest new bands, PIJN & CONJURER, in a salute to the power of uplifting heavy music.

Knowing each band previously and separately might lead you to believe that Curse These Metal Hands is a dark, crushing release. Far from it – where there before was darkness, now there is light. In the band’s own words: “It’s purely just some songs we made to induce joy”.

Curse These Metal Hands is an album saturated with a sense of wellbeing, from the very first moments of opening track, ‘High Spirits‘ through to the closer, ‘Sunday‘.

The lyrics in the songs stem from the band’s joy-inducing ethos, coming “from a place of pushing through to find sick things even when life is a bit tricky… That and getting super stoned, and dogs snoring really loudly.”

The album is also not without its moments of terrific power, all built around the collaborative three-guitar approach of Dan, Brady (CONJURER) and Joe (PIJN).

The group formed at ArcTanGent Festival and will perform again at this year’s event. In the words of organiser James Scarlett, “like Baroness playing Pink Floyd… should be on your list”, and are absolutely not to be missed.

The band are:

Dan Nightingale [CONJURER] – Guitar / Vocals
Brady Deeprose [CONJURER] – Guitar / Vocals
Joe Clayton [PIJN] – Guitar / Vocals
Nick Watmough [PIJN] – Drums / Vocals
Luke Rees [PIJN] – Bass / Vocals



1. High Spirits
2. The Pall
3. Endeavour
4. Sunday



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