Band Of The Week

 
Steelbourne was initially a lockdown studio-project, designed to finish unreleased material by the Trio’s previous band. As the writing escalated, the foundation for “A tale as old as time” was built - and a single spark reignited inferno.

Steelbourne honors the legends of old, being deeply inspired by giants such as Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Candlemass and Accept while incorporating contemporary elements into their music, aiming to provide a modern take on classic heavy metal.

Having played large venues both domestically and internationally, the trio is no stranger to touring life either, looking forward to getting back on the road later in 2021.
 
The bands debut album “A tale as old as time” was released on April 30th 2021.
 
Band:
Troels Rasmussen - vocals
Jacob Vestergaard Druedahl Bruun - guitar and drums
Benjamin Andreassen - bass, strings and background vocals
 
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