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October 25, 2016


Due to server change issues, our mailbox,, was out of service for some time, and when we finally could log back in, it was full and overspammed!

It will take time to sort all this out and reply, so please feel free to contact us through Facebook if you need a quick reply (promo, studio work, …). Thanks!

September 28, 2016


Long time no hear, that's true! But now, Patrick is back to work on his upcoming album after a very busy summer including shows, various studio jobs, and a well deserved short vacation.

More update to come soon!

August 30, 2016

First song ever recorded with the current line-up.

Patrick used a C# tuning, which is very unusual for him, and recorded all his guitar tracks with a fixed bridge Jackson Rhoads instead of his beloved Kellies. Enjoy!!!

August 13, 2016

Classic Metal vinyls. Cool!

Patrick Hemer

July 30, 2016

Toying with overdrive/distortion pedals to record multilayered guitar tracks.

The Boss SD-1 has been Patrick's workhorse forever, but tone color changes here and there add some extra definition to the mix.

Check out the vintage and sought after HM-2.

Patrick Hemer

July 23, 2016

A recent live picture of Patrick showing the new custom wiring of his stage guitars. Pretty cool shot too!

Patrick Hemer

July 13, 2016

A cool video of Patrick demonstrating the rhythm guitar part to "The Godfather" from the "More Than Meets The Eye" album.

Sometimes you don't need to solo to keep your fingers busy...

July 1, 2016

Patrick's son, William, joined the band on stage last week for an epic rendition of Smoke On The Water.

The new generation is already here! :D

Patrick Hemer

June 17, 2016

New pedalboard ready for upcoming gigs!

Patrick Hemer

May 27, 2016

Why keep on replacing useless tone pots by push/pull coil tap pots when a simple coil tap switch is enough?

And no more risk to accidentally kill the high end...

Patrick Hemer

Patrick Hemer More Than Meets The Eye

Patrick Hemer For all eternity EP

Horizon When The Night Falls re-released

Piracy Kills Music