"“Riffs, fuzz pedals, shitty old drums, smelly beards, bad food, Black Sabbath, and beer.” And let me tell you, even this jaded old goat was stomping to the Danish band’s latest tune."
- Doomed & Stoned
"..it sounds like a band on stage both in its captured rawness and in the energy of the delivery..."
- The Obelisk
"Disrule plays heavy, groovy seventies stoner rock and puts each of their songs into hefty, not too lengthy packages. There is the necessary repeating of the riffs, but plenty of tempo changes keep everything interesting and exciting. Lovers of doom will have no problems playing this record either. 'Occult Razor', for instance, not only has a delicious and dark riff as its core, but the frightened vocals make the entire song feel alarmingly gloomy."
- Lords of Metal
"I don’t think I’ve heard such filthy dirty riffs since Geezer Butler’s fuzz balled bass intro on the opening bars of NIB set the standard which so many bands have attempted to recapture ever since. Denmark’s Disrule’s sophomore release which follows their 2016 debut Omen Possessor certainly worship at the Sabbath altar, but throw in the heavy stoner influences of Clutch, Kyuss, Fu Manchu and Orange Goblin to name but four. This isn't your normal desert biker rock though, as the band utilise two vocalists to provide contrast."
- Musipedia Of Metal
Formed in the cold and dark wastes of Denmark in late 2014, Disrule have been crafting heavy, fuzz ridden Stoner Rock with elements of Doom and hints of 70’s rock splashed in for good measure. They boil their music down to its basic ingredients - short tracks packed with riffs, rhythmic resources, and boasting two lead singers.
Somewhere nestled between the likes of Fu Manchu, Clutch, classic Kyuss, and the masters themselves, Black Sabbath, Disrule are set to take the Stoner /Doom community by storm with their upcoming record.
Sleep In Your Honour is the band's second full length, and in keeping with the spirit of legendary bands such as Black Sabbath, it was recorded live at Dead Rat Studio in just two days.