Pijn & Conjurer have joined forces and released a album entitled Curse These Metal Hands. Two pretty different bands melted together and they deliver heavy riffs and widescreen weightiness. Pinj from Manchester area plays a subtle, epic post rock, and Conjurer from Midlands are usually riff manuac. Could they manage to make music as a five-piece band, and actually create nice and very good music. The answer is a resounding Yes! Curse These Metal Hands opens with the track High Spirits. A song that showcases that the two bands have merged and are equivalent because they interact very good and it sounds real good.
Originally Pijn & Conjurer should cooperate and play together on last year’s ArcTanGent festival. The muscians enjoy playing so much playing together so they want to release music together. The result, 4 songs on the album Curse These Metal Hands. It is obvious that the musicians on the album Curse These Metal Hands are as dedicated to the music on that album as they are in their full-time bands. The music at CTMH shows how special Pijn and Conjurer are, while they stand on and show their uniqueness.