High Priestess

Los Angeles psychedelic doom metal band High Priestess is signed to Ripple Music (Mothership, BANG). The underground buzz band, quickly becoming known for its compellingly hypnotic heavy music. Formed in 2016, High Priestess features bassist/vocalist Mariana Fiel, drummer Megan Mullins and vocalist / guitarist / organist Katie Gilchrest. The trio self-released a five-song demo in 2017 that, through sheer word-of-mouth, gained high critical praise and earned the band a growing fan base due to its tonally rich riffs, perfectly pacing, meditative moods, metallic noise, underlying command and the intertwining vocal melodies of Gilchrest and Fiel atop Mullins’ drums. High Priestess was recently spotlighted by LA Weekly as part of a focus feature titled "Three Bands That Prove L.A.'s Modern Doom-Metal Scene Is Maturing"; the country's largest alt-weekly noting that "High Priestess have so far recorded one self-released demo, but the strength of that demo and local live performances has made the band stand out fairly quickly." In 2018 they released a self-titled full album with cover art made by Caitlin Mattisson, who already worked with Chelsea Wolfe and The Black Angels.

About High Priestess

Los Angeles psychedelic doom metal band High Priestess is signed to Ripple Music (Mothership, BANG). The underground buzz band, quickly becoming known for its compellingly hypnotic heavy music. Formed in 2016, High Priestess features bassist/vocalist Mariana Fiel, drummer Megan Mullins and vocalist / guitarist / organist Katie Gilchrest. The trio self-released a five-song demo in 2017 that, through sheer word-of-mouth, gained high critical praise and earned the band a growing fan base due to its tonally rich riffs, perfectly pacing, meditative moods, metallic noise, underlying command and the intertwining vocal melodies of Gilchrest and Fiel atop Mullins’ drums. High Priestess was recently spotlighted by LA Weekly as part of a focus feature titled "Three Bands That Prove L.A.'s Modern Doom-Metal Scene Is Maturing"; the country's largest alt-weekly noting that "High Priestess have so far recorded one self-released demo, but the strength of that demo and local live performances has made the band stand out fairly quickly." In 2018 they released a self-titled full album with cover art made by Caitlin Mattisson, who already worked with Chelsea Wolfe and The Black Angels.

Genres: Rock, Metal

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