Crippled Black Phoenix

Crippled Black Phoenix are an English rock band, founded by Justin Greaves in 2004.[3] Several musicians have contributed to Crippled Black Phoenix's albums and played with them during their live shows.[4]

Crippled Black Phoenix
Crippled Black Phoenix at the Roadburn Festival 2017
Crippled Black Phoenix at the Roadburn Festival 2017
Background information
OriginUnited Kingdom
GenresPost-rock, Progressive Rock,[1] experimental rock[2]
Years active2004–present
LabelsInvada, Cool Green Recordings, Mascot Music Productions, Season of Mist
Associated actsElectric Wizard, Iron Monkey, Teeth of Lions Rule the Divine, Mogwai, Portishead, Se Delan, Gonga, Consumed, Hearts Of Black Science
Websitehttp://crippledblackphoenix.net
MembersJustin Greaves
Belinda Kordic
Helen Stanley
Andy Taylor
Joel Segerstedt

HistoryEdit

In 2004, Justin Greaves, previously drummer of several doom and sludge bands like Iron Monkey, Electric Wizard and Teeth of Lions Rule the Divine,[5] began recording on acoustic guitars some primitive sounds he had in mind for years. He was encouraged by Dominic Aitchison of Mogwai, and their ideas would lay the backbone for Crippled Black Phoenix. The name of the band was taken from the lyrics (by Johnny Morrow of Iron Monkey) of "Big Loader," a song on the debut album Iron Monkey.[6] Greaves even used "Crippled Black Phoenix" as a pseudonym.[7] The musicians centered around the main songwriter Greaves used to play in other bands, including Iron Monkey, Gonga, Mogwai, Electric Wizard, Hearts of Black Science and many others.[8][9]

Greaves and the band write what they call "endtime ballads"[10] signifying both the melodic but slightly macabre nature of their songs and their unusual blend of styles, as the final evolution in music. This blend has led to them being called everything from progressive rock to dark folk, to psychedelic, to post rock/metal.[11] Initially the band was produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead fame, under his label Invada Records. Barrow occasionally played live in the first appareances of the band in 2007.[12] Crippled Black Phoenix have made live shows a focus and have performed onstage - usually in a formation from 7 to even 9 members - also in peculiar venues, using folk and Victorian-era instruments in tandem with their rock elements.[13]

The innate, ever ongoing evolution of Crippled Black Phoenix has reflected on multiple turnovers in his line-ups, both studio and live.[14] Of the first versions of the band, the most relevant changes were the departures of original singer/guitarist Joe Volk, who embarks in a solo career (2012) and guitarist Karl Demata (2014), who later founds the band Vly together with also departing bassist Christian Heilmann. Justin Greaves and Demata have been engaged in a legal dispute over the registered trademark of the band's name.[15] In the second half of 2015 the issue with former guitarist was resolved and mastermind Greaves could continue his run under the monicker Crippled Black Phoenix, following his vision and continuing to be very prolific with different incarnations of the band and his cast of rotating musicians.[16]

A new phase of CBP started in 2013 with the arrival of Swedish guitarist/vocalist Daniel Anghede: a voice that Greaves confessed to have always wanted to work with, at the point he was supposed to be on the debut album of the band.[17][18][19] As a parallel project, female singer Belinda Kordic and Greaves formed the duo Se Delan. A second project involving Greaves and Kordic was called World War, later Johnny The Boy.[20][21] Another major change of CBP's path happened in 2019, when Daniel Anghede left the band after six years.[22] He later announced a project ("Venus Principle"), a sort of CBP spin-off, with other former bandmates.[23]

Greaves announced in the summer of 2020 the start of a new era of the band, continuing temporarily with a main core of 4 members while in search of a new singer.[24] A brand new album, Ellengæst was released October 2020, featuring several guest vocalists.[25] Metal Hammer named it as the 43rd best metal album of 2020.[26] Swedish Joel Segerstedt is announced as new singer at the end of April, 2021. His first recording with the band is the single "Painful Reminder/Dead Is Dead.[27]

BandEdit

Current membersEdit

  • Justin Greaves - electric guitar, acoustic guitars, bass, drums (studio), saw, keyboards, banjo, effects, samples, backing vocals (2004–present)[28]
  • Belinda Kordic - vocals, percussions (2011–present)[29]
  • Helen Stanley - piano, keyboards, synth, trumpet, vocals, backing vocals (2016–present)[30]
  • Andy Taylor - guitars (2018–present)[31]
  • Joel Segerstedt - vocals, guitars (2020-present)[32]
  • Matt Crawford - bass (2021-present) (live)
  • Jordi Farré - drums (2021-present) (live) [33]
  • Georg Paco L. Fleischfresser- synth, keyboards, saxophone, backing vocals (2021-present) (live)[2]

Past membersEdit

DiscographyEdit

Studio albumsEdit

  • A Love of Shared Disasters (2007 Invada Records)[52]
  • The Resurrectionists (2009 Invada Records)[53]
  • Night Raider (2009 Invada Records)[54]
  • I, Vigilante (2010 Invada Records)[55]
  • (Mankind) The Crafty Ape (2012 Mascot Music Production)[56]
  • No Sadness or Farewell (2012 Cool Green Recordings[57])
  • White Light Generator (2014 Cool Green Recordings)[58]
  • New Dark Age (2015 Season of Mist)[59]
  • Bronze (2016 Season of Mist)[60]
  • Great Escape (2018 Season of Mist)[61]
  • Ellengæst (2020 Season of Mist)[62]

Singles/Mini albumsEdit

  • Sharks & Storms / Blizzard Of Horned Cats (2006 Invada Records)[63]
  • Childhood's End (with Se Delan) (2015 Self released)[64]
  • Oh'Ech-oes (2015 Clearview Records, with Se Delan)[65]
  • Horrific Honorifics (2017 Season of Mist)[66]
  • Budapest Vigilante Sessions (2017 Rad Nauseam)[67]
  • Painful Reminder/Dead is Dead (2021 Season Of Mist)[68]

CompilationsEdit

  • 200 Tons of Bad Luck (2009 Invada Records)[69]
  • Extra Tracks (2009 Self released)[70]
  • An Original Album Collection ("New Dark Age" + "Bronze" box set) (2019 Season Of Mist)[71]
  • Man Confused, Vol. I-II: Various Demo Action 2004-2011, 2011-2018 AD (2020 Self Released)[72][73]
  • Various Types Of Dread (A Collection Of Confusion) (2020, Self Released[74]
  • Champions Of Disturbance - A rough guide to CBP (2021, Self Released)[75]

Live albumsEdit

  • Poznan 2011 A.D. (2012 Clearview Records),[76] re-released as Live Poznan (2013 Cool Green Recordings)[77]
  • Live in Bern 2012 A.D. (2013 Self released),[78] re-released as We Shall See Victory (2020 Kscope)[79]
  • Destroy Freak Valley (2017 Rock Freaks Records)[80]

Official BootlegsEdit

  • Live at Burg Herzberg Festival, 2011 A.D. (2013 Self released)[81]
  • In a Cave (Live 2014 A.D.) (2015 Self released)[82]
  • Demons in Aschaffenburg 2019 A.D. (2020 Self released)[83]
  • Astorias Vigilantes - Live At Stone Fest 2018 A.D. (2020 Self released)[84]
  • Born For Nothing/Paranoid Arm Of Narcoleptic Empire, Live In Switzerland 2009 A.D.[85]
  • Long Live Independence, Live On Rockpalast 2012 A.D. (2020 Self released)[86]
  • Perfect Concert For Total Pleasure, Live Budapest 2018 A.D. (2020 Self released)[87]
  • A New Dark Age, Live in Slowakia 2015 A.D. (2020 Self released)[88]
  • Wytches & Basterdz, Live at Lottfest 2017 A.D. (2020 Self Released)[89]
  • Dancing Gummy Bears, Live in Warsaw 2012 A.D. (2020 Self Released)[90]
  • Half Alive, Live in Germany 2010 A.D. (2020 Self Released)[91]
  • Frankfurtenstein 2010 A.D. (2020 Self Released)[92]
  • Le Grand Mix, Paris 2007 A.D. (2020 Self Released)[93]
  • The Heart Of Belgrade, KC Grad. Live in Serbia 2012 A.D. (2020 Self Released)[94]
  • Bavarian Blues - Nürnberg 2016 A.D. (2021 Self Released)[95]
  • Totally Eclipsed in 2010 A.D. (2021 Self Released)[96]
  • Poznan & Herzberg Live 2011 A.D. (2021, Self Released live compilation)[97]
  • Three Wyches And A Dog. Live At Vera, Groningen, 2012 A.D. (2021, Self Released)[98]
  • Roadburn 2017 A.D. [99]
  • Roadburn 2019 A.D. [100]

Official videoclipsEdit

  • Laying Traps (2012 Cool Green Recordings)[101]
  • Northern Comfort (2014 Mascot Label Group)[102]
  • Scared And Alone (2016 Season Of Mist)[103]
  • Great Escape Pt.1 (2018 Season Of Mist)[104]
  • Cry Of Love (2020 Season Of Mist)[105]
  • Lost (2020 Season Of Mist)[106]
  • Painful Reminder (2021 Season Of Mist)

Live VideosEdit

  • Live At Rockpalast, Crossroads Festival (2012)[107]

Alternative album versionsEdit

  • I, Vigilante - Instrumental (2020 Self Released) [108]
  • A Love Of Instrumental Disasters (2020 Self Released) [109]

Other AppearancesEdit

  • We Are Ony Riders - The Jeffrey Lee Pierce Project (2009 Glitterhouse Records)[110]
  • Mojo Presents - The Wall Re-Built! (2010)[111][112]

SoundtracksEdit

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