HÖWLER-Interview in Filthy Hounds Of Metal

HÖWLER-Interview in Filthy Hounds Of Metal

Link to original interview in Filthy Hounds Of Metal

!!!THRASH METAL FROM COSTA RICA!!!

We had a conversation with Charlie Diaz (vocals).Enjoy!

Welcome to the FILTHY DOGS OF METAL Webzine.
Tell us a few things about HOWLER (Members, Starting Year etc).
The band members are Jose Mora on bass, David Mora on guitar, Renan Obando on guitar, Diego Arce on drums and me, Charlie Díaz, on vocals.Höwler started in 2009 with Jose, David, me an other members. In 2013 we decided to make a merger with a brother band called Inhaler (Renan's band),which started around 2006, but since Höwler were a band with more, let's say, achievements and greater projection, we decided to keep that name.Over the years we have produced 2 EPs and 3 LPs, we have done tours in Mexico, Panama, Nicaragua and Honduras, and we have been the opening act of foreign bands such as DRI, Whiplash, Angelus Apatrida, Solstice and Thrash or Die.

You have recently released your album ''No More Circus!''. What is the feedback from your audience as well as from the press?
No More Circus! was released on September 14th, but we have been promoting it since June through posts on social media and we also released four lyric videos, that has helped us a lot to spread the word and, to our liking, it has been very well received by our fans in Costa Rica an neighbor countries, even more people outside our country have turned their eyes to us with very good comments.In Germany we have received very good reviews from magazines such as Obliveon, Legacy, Deaf Forever and Streetclip, and we have done more interviews to press not only from Costa Rica, but from countries like Mexico and Argentina.The music has also been shared in large Facebook groups of Thrash followers in Latin America and the United States. This album is achieving greater impact than the previous ones.

Label or DIY and why?
All our works have been produced by ourselves, this allows greater creative freedom of course, however, the cost is quite high and must come out of our own pockets, so for an underground band this can be very difficult. With NMC we obtained a contract with the German label Ragarök Records with which we obtained the production in CD format, as well as international distribution and a little marketing with European magazines and media. This album also has the peculiarity that it was mixed and mastered by David Sanchez (Havok) in his Riffs or Die studio, as we wanted to achieve a truly thrasher sound and we felt that he fulfilled it very well. In addition, the cover was made by the famous artist Andrei Bouzikov.

Do you prefer Vinyl, Tape, CD or Digital Format and why is that?
Personally, I'm used to CD, I think it offers great quality and it's more convenient to market and get music to people. But I've seen vinyl is getting a growing attention and I know there are people who say that the sound quality is better or warmer, but I can't assure that. Jose (the bassist) is one of them, he prefers vinyl and he says it’s the format that offers the higher recording quality, it delivers greater dynamics in sound and it has been increasing its popularity again. But the downside is that it’s more expensive to produce and distribute, although we hope that in the near future we will release our albums in this format.

Your music style is Thrash Metal. Which are your main influences (Favourite Artists / Bands etc.)
Every member of the band has their personal influences, for instance my main influences are Thrash Metal, Power Metal and Grunge, but as a whole I must say our main influences are Megadeth, Annihilator, Metallica, Judas Priest, Slayer, Exodus, Testament and Pantera.

Which things, do you think, a Band should sacrifice in order to succeed? Have you ever sacrificed anything in your life for a better future of your Band?
I don't know what it will be like in Greece or Europe, but in Costa Rica - and I would dare say that in most of Latin America - the main sacrifice that must be made is money.Here it’s impossible to make a living out of music, even less for extreme music, since here the popular rhythms are of a "tropical" nature, so that our audience is very small and very little profit is generated. So it’s necessary to invest money in creating music and touring for many years, money that will never return until the band manages to make a name internationally or has a stroke of luck and manages to sign with a big label, however, in Costa Rica that hasn't happened to anyone so far, so you can imagine the outlook isn't very encouraging, but we do this anyway because we find it rewarding and we love making music.Another aspect that a band must sacrifice I think is time. For an underground band this is especially shocking because, in addition to setting aside the time for rehearsals and composing music, usually the members of the band must take care of the other tasks. In my case, I am in charge of developing all the graphic elements for posts or marketing and also making videos; Jose also edits some videos and between the two of us we take care of social media. I could invest this time in my family, in writing the novel that I have wanted to start for years or even playing video games ha ha ha, but if we do not sacrifice that time, we are not going to get anywhere, and one must learn to achieve a balance with work, family and personal life.

Describe your ideal live show as a performance Band. Have you already experienced that?
I think an ideal live show would be at a big festival with great Thrash bands in front of hundreds or thousands of people who are real Thrash Metal fans and really enjoy music just like us, creating a unique connection. Playing in the Bay Area in the 80’s would have been incredible.

Which attributes, do you think, that a new Thrash Metal Band should have in order to gain identity and be unique?
I think a band should be true to their ideals and not make music just for fashion or wanting to pretend something they don't really feel. Additionally, you should find your own style naturally without trying to make an effort to sound similar to a specific band. In this it is impossible not to be influenced by important bands of the genre - and the comparison is almost impossible - but I think you have to try to find new elements from other genres that merge with those influences to achieve a unique sound, yet clearly Thrasher in the end.

Do you believe that Bandcamp and other Digital Platforms help the new Thrash Metal Bands? Which, do you think, is the ideal way for a Band to promote its work?
I think they do, even more so in this era in which physical formats have lost popularity, and for a small band they are a great help for the music to be known internationally. It seems to me that with Bandcamp you get more income than with the other platforms, but you cannot expect to make a lot of profits through these platforms unless the band has a big name.To achieve that, a band needs a marketing expert (or a marketing agency) to promote the music and help project it internationally, however, that means more money and not all of us can invest in that way.

Tell us a few things about the New Underground Metal Scene in Costa Rica (Bands, Fanzines, Webzines, Metal Clubs etc.)
The metal scene in Costa Rica began in the 80s, but began to gain real strength in 2000, thanks to technological advances that facilitate music production and the Internet, which makes more resources (and music) available to people immediately.
In Costa Rica there are many bands, some of the most important that have played in Europe, the United States and other countries -or have achieved greater projection- are Pneuma, Mantra, Sight of Emptiness, Rotten Souls, Chemicide, Advent of Bedlam, Times Forgotten, Acero (they are the pioneers of Metal in Costa Rica, they started in 1985) and Wings of Destiny; and there are promising bands such as Nostoc, Age of the Wolf, Suppressor, Zyanide, Jakem, Dekonstructor, Humanizer, Brain Death, Killer Souls, The Eyes of Desolation and many more.As for fanzines, currently I am not aware of any, it seems to me that they ceased to exist many years ago, in webzines there are Diwo Webzine and 7th Circle Webzine.Other important web media are Costa Rica Metal, Colmillo Roquero, Pandemonium and Tierras Medias.As for clubs, the most important are Cantina SCCA, Bar El Chivo, Mundoloco, Amon Solar, Crimsong, Taberna Vikinga and Pepper's Club, although the rent of the latter is more expensive and is usually used for international concerts.

Do you know anything about the Hellenic Metal Scene?
I really don’t know how the Hellenic Metal Scenes is and I haven't heard much Greek metal, but some bands that I like are Suicidal Angels, Chronosphere and Firewind, I think they’re great acts.

What are your future plans?
For this 2020 we will continue promoting No More Circus! and on October 31st we will participate in a streaming concert called "Craneometal Online Fest", which will feature bands from Costa Rica and other countries. Also we are already working on new material.For next year we are planning a new tour in Mexico with Chemicide and Zyanide (a tour that we planned to do this year, but which we had to postpone due to the pandemic), and we also want to visit other Central American countries to continue promoting NMC.Another plan we have is to visit Germany, Spain and perhaps other countries in the area in 2022, we hope  we can manage to do it since that would be a great achievement for the band.

Thank you very much for your time & Keep up the good work! The closure is yours.
Thank you very much for giving us a space in your webzine and making us known in the Hellenic territory, efforts like the one you do are the ones that really help underground bands to grow. I think that maybe no Costa Rican band is known there, so this is quite an achievement for us, we hope everyone there enjoy our music.Take good care of yourself in these times of crisis and we hope to see you on stage in the near future.
Thrash Metal never dies!!!

By Steve the Filthy Dog.

HÖWLER-interview in Howler Mag

HÖWLER-interview in Howler Mag

Link to original interview in HOWLER MAG

What is Höwler?

May 1, 2021

Let’s start with what it’s NOT. This is not pop, this is not tourist music, this isn’t Cocaine or Sweet Home Alabama or Hotel California. It’s not safe, it’s not for the faint of heart, it’s not popular, and it sure as hell isn’t reggaetón. This isn’t light beer, wine coolers or fancy drinks with cute names served with an umbrella.

This IS the hard stuff, this IS music from the top shelf for dyed in the wool rockers and heavy metal head bangers. THIS IS HÖWLER!

Höwler is a self-made, thrash metal band from San José with a sound, a message and a name that is true to itself. The band members cater to no one but their own sense of musical destiny and socially conscious convictions, meant only to appeal to those of like mind and spirit with plenty of room on their bandwagon for those of you who can keep up.

The band name has nothing to do with the monkeys in Costa Rica, or this publication.

As Carlos “Charlie” Díaz, the lead singer and one of the band’s founders explains, “The name Höwler originated from the concept of werewolves, a mystical beast that transforms to show its true nature.”

Read into: be yourself, resist outside influences, and when the mood strikes, HOWL at the top of your lungs to your heart’s content and make no apologies for it. This concept becomes clearly evident when you witness Höwler live.

Who are they?

This band is made up entirely of Ticos but their original songs are all written in English. “Spanish thrash just sounds lame” laments Díaz.

And I guess it’s a good thing as this reality helps in a market and a niche that is decidedly narrow here in Costa Rica. Though Höwler has amassed an impressive body of work, releasing original music, producing videos and playing live over the years, it’s clear that typical “success” may not be realized in this tiny country.

This band is all about love for the music, and it might be said its lack of widespread popularity IS its success. Höwler is constantly tested, always reinvented and meticulously rehearsed, which explains the flawless execution on recordings and especially live performances. These musicians are hard and fast and precise as evidenced in their live presentation and body of work.

In addition to Díaz, who is lyricist as well as lead singer, the band members are: Jose ‘Fucas’ Mora, bassist and songwriter; Renan Obando, lead guitarist and songwriter; David Mora, rhythm guitarist; and Diego Arce, the latest in a long line of drummers.

“We really hope Diego sticks,” quips Charlie, “but those drummers … man, they’re crazy!”

After the band’s inception around 2009, the fluctuating line-up eventually led to Höwler’s merging with another local band, Inhaler. Members of the latter group had similar musical and social sensibilities and were also experiencing the same state of flux that is common with bands of this genre in this region.

When the two bands came together, that’s when things really started to happen and Höwler’s unique voice was realized. The group’s commitment to creating its own original music spawned the first CD, Sign of The Lost, released in 2011.

Undeterred by the CD’s total lack of commercial success, band members persisted with years of writing, rehearsing and live performances that led to a modest following and the eventual release of their next effort Back To Madness in May 2014.

After tinkering with the lineup yet again, and going through another few drummers, Höwler committed to more writing, more rehearsing and toured around the country until the release of Phantoms of Society in 2017.

So with three CDs of original music released and several videos shot and self-produced, the band was buoyed by a modest following that showed up at shows, but did anything but pay the bills.

Charlie explains, “This is the reality of Costa Rica’s original music scene. There are a lot of ‘original music’ bands of all kinds, mostly focused in the Central Valley, and lots of those are metal bands. But the country lacks the artistic and musical media infrastructure that bands need to get popular.

Live venues are few and far between, and radio exposure is virtually non-existent, he points out.

“The fact is that if you don’t play reggaeton and cater to the ‘pop’ masses, you must depend on creating your own buzz on Facebook and YouTube and through live performances. But it’s very difficult, if not impossible, to make a living.”

This is evidenced by the fact that through all its efforts, Höwler has realized little more than a few hundred bucks in on-line sales over the years, which is an accepted reality here in Costa Rica.

So Jose, the bass player and founding band member, embarked on an exhaustive quest to build a following by contacting record labels, big and small, around the world to try to generate interest. The band also spread its wings and played in other countries like Nicaragua, Panama, Honduras and in 2019, Mexico.

During this time, the musicians continued to write and by the end of the year, had yet another volume of work to lay down in the studio. In early 2020, they laid down tracks and fresh material was ready to release by April, but COVID-1 changed everything and delayed the CD’s release.

While the world quarantines, Höwler gets to work

While the pandemic brought the world to its knees, Höwler stayed busy honing its publicity package and on-line image. Group members produced more media and doing all those things they normally never have time for, like building buzz for the delayed release of their new record and videos.

While the band was biding its time, Jose’s relentless efforts finally paid off in June with the partnership of Höwler and Stephan Becker, owner of Ragnarök Records, a small label in Germany of all places. A relationship was forged, and with the new label’s help, No More Circus, was released in September of 2020.

This partnership produced immediate dividends in Germany where Höwler managed to procure a small, fanatical following that the band plans to visit post-pandemic. Hey, we all know what happened to the Beatles when they returned from Germany to England in 1964 … so who knows what might happen?

As for now, Höwler plays for the love of the music, the collaboration and comradery of its members and its loyal following here in Costa Rica. As pandemic restrictions loosen up, the musicians will be looking to play everywhere and anywhere they can to get their howl on.

If you are a metal-starved head banger, I recommend you do the same. Though this writer has never thought of himself as much of a metalhead, there’s no way I’m missing Höwler if this group plays anywhere even close to me.

And if, perhaps, you can’t wait, and you feel the need to be ripped out of your chair at this present moment — and be reminded that you are indeed alive — cue up If You Want Peace, Prepare For War and CRANK IT! It works for me every time!

So what is Höwler?

The real deal. That’s what they are.

Don’t Be Lame!

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HÖWLER`s "Now More Circus" in TheMetalCrypt.com

HÖWLER`s "Now More Circus" in TheMetalCrypt.com

Label: Ragnarok Records
Year released: 2020
Duration: 43:58
Tracks: 8
Genre: Heavy/Thrash
Rating: 4.25/5
Review online: April 23, 2021
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen

Costa Rica has always had a strong underground Metal scene, and Höwler aren't any exception to that rule. No More Circus! is the third album from this band, and it's a damn fine workout in Bay Area Thrash akin to Death Angel if they had a more Maiden-esque melodic sensibility, none of which is to say that they're derivative in the slightest. They hit a perfect balance between propulsive Traditional Metal and flailing Thrash, churning out barricades of heavy riffing and phenomenal lead work courtesy of guitar duo David and Renan and adding in plenty of subtle nuances that makes this album one that engages even after several listens. They even stretch out with some more unconventional ideas in their songs, such as on "Embrace the Chaos" with its Pantera-esque vocals and experimental instrumental section and the Neoclassical styling that open the otherwise speedy thrasher "Entrance to Hell", both of which show a band that's willing to take risks and capable of pulling them off. If you're under the same rock I was and currently missing out on this talented band, go get No More Circus! and fix that.

Link to orginal review in TheMetalCrypt.com

 

HÖWLER in LoudAndProud.it

HÖWLER im LoudAndProud.it

Author: Sandro Buti; Rating: 80/100

HÖWLER – ‘No More Circus!’

No More Circus         

VOTO:80

ETICHETTA:Ragnarök

Partiamo da lontano, dai mondiali di calcio del 2014. Italia contro Costarica, a sorpresa 0-1. Al di là delle ovvie polemiche calcistiche si sviluppo un vivace dibattito lessicale sui nostri avversari. Costarica o Costa Rica? “Il” Costarica o “la” Costarica? Superfluo evidenziare come una buona parte dei nostri connazionali scoprì in quell’occasione l’esistenza di questo paese del Centroamerica. Il paese da cui provengono gli Höwler, con ‘No More Circus!’ al loro terzo album – il primo però a godere di una diffusione internazionale grazie alla loro label, la tedesca Ragnarök. Ed è un signor disco, che infatti sta facendo parlare di sè da un paio di mesi nei circoli underground più illuminati. E a ragione, perché il thrash metal degli Höwler è curato e personale, senza mai rinunciare alla giusta dosa di energia. Saldamente ancorato negli anni Ottanta, non disdegna qualche richiamo al metal classico – vedi le chitarre maideniane della opener ‘Empire Of The Clowns’. ‘No More Circus!’ richiama in modo evidente il classico thrash della Bay Area, citando di passaggio Metallica, Megadeth ed Exodus, forte di un ottimo guitarwork e di una fantasia compositiva davvero degna di nota. Un thrash metal ragionato dunque, tecnico senza essere astruso, che non disdegna passaggi melodici a volte oscuri – la cupa ‘Behind The Green Mask’, con i suoi richiami ai Metal Church. La sostanza è che ‘No More Circus!’ è un disco davvero valido e, per tornare alle domande iniziali, possiamo chiamare il loro paese come vogliamo, ma gli Höwler ci hanno dato un motivo per aggiungerlo al nostro personale mappamondo metallico.

Consigliato a: amanti del più classico thrash della Bay Area.

Original Link to review in LoudAndProud.it

Übersetzung DEUTSCH:

Beginnen wir aus der Ferne, von der WM 2014. Italien gegen Costa Rica, überraschend 0: 1. Über die offensichtlichen Fußballkontroversen hinaus entwickelt sich eine lebhafte lexikalische Debatte über unsere Gegner. Costa Rica oder Costa Rica? "Das" Costa Rica oder "das" Costa Rica? Es ist überflüssig darauf hinzuweisen, wie ein großer Teil unserer Landsleute bei dieser Gelegenheit die Existenz dieses zentralamerikanischen Landes entdeckte. Das Land Höwler kommt mit 'No More Circus!' Auf ihrem dritten Album - aber das erste, das dank seines Labels, dem deutschen Ragnarök, internationale Verbreitung genießt. Und er ist eine Mr. Disco, die sich in den aufgeklärtesten Untergrundkreisen seit einigen Monaten einen Namen gemacht hat. Und das aus gutem Grund, denn Höwlers Thrash Metal ist raffiniert und persönlich, ohne jemals die richtige Menge an Energie aufzugeben. In den achtziger Jahren fest verankert, verachtet es einige Hinweise auf klassischen Metal nicht - siehe die Jungferngitarren des Openers 'Empire Of The Clowns'. "No More Circus!" Erinnert deutlich an den klassischen Thrash der Bay Area, in dem neben Metallica, Megadeth und Exodus auch eine exzellente Gitarrenarbeit und eine wirklich bemerkenswerte kompositorische Fantasie zitiert werden. Ein begründeter Thrash Metal, der technisch und nicht abstrus ist und manchmal melodische Passagen nicht verachtet - das düstere „Behind The Green Mask“ mit seinen Hinweisen auf die Metal Church. Das Fazit ist, dass 'No More Circus!' Eine wirklich gute Aufzeichnung ist. Um auf die ersten Fragen zurückzukommen, können wir ihr Land so nennen, wie wir wollen, aber die Höwler haben uns einen Grund gegeben, es unserer persönlichen Metallkugel hinzuzufügen.

Empfohlen für: Liebhaber des klassischsten Bay Area Thrash.

ÜBERSETZUNG ENGLISCH:

Let's start from afar, from the 2014 World Cup. Italy against Costa Rica, surprisingly 0-1. Beyond the obvious football controversies, a lively lexical debate about our opponents develops. Costa Rica or Costa Rica? “The” Costa Rica or “the” Costa Rica? It is superfluous to point out how a good part of our compatriots discovered on that occasion the existence of this Central American country. The country Höwler comes from, with 'No More Circus!' On their third album - but the first to enjoy international circulation thanks to their label, the German Ragnarök. And he is a Mr. disco, who in fact has been making a name for himself for a couple of months in the most enlightened underground circles. And with good reason, because Höwler's thrash metal is refined and personal, without ever giving up the right amount of energy. Firmly anchored in the eighties, it does not disdain some references to classic metal - see the Maidenian guitars of the opener 'Empire Of The Clowns'. 'No More Circus!' Clearly recalls the classic thrash of the Bay Area, citing in passing Metallica, Megadeth and Exodus, thanks to an excellent guitarwork and a truly noteworthy compositional fantasy. A reasoned thrash metal, therefore, technical without being abstruse, which does not disdain sometimes obscure melodic passages - the sombre 'Behind The Green Mask', with its references to the Metal Church. The bottom line is that 'No More Circus!' Is a really good record and, to go back to the initial questions, we can call their country whatever we want, but the Höwler have given us a reason to add it to our personal metallic globe.

Recommended for: Lovers of the most classic Bay Area thrash.

 

 

HÖWLER "No More Circus!" in ROCK HARD-Magazine

HÖWLER "No More Circus!" in ROCK HARD-Magazine

Author: Wolfram Küper; Rating: 7,5/10

HÖWLER – No More Circus!
Ragnarök (44:17)
Blieben ihre ersten beiden Alben eher eine lokale Angelegenheit, sind HÖWLER aus Costa Rica nun auch in unseren Breitengraden mit einer Veröffentlichung präsent. Gut so, denn die Latinos haben auf der neuen Scheibe wohl ihr ausgereiftestes Material am Start. Statt reinrassigen Thrash Metal zu spielen, gibt es stellenweise ruhige Passagen und viele Tempowechsel, ähnlich wie auf „Acht III“ von Death Angel. Und wenn schon Vergleiche sein müssen, erinnert die Scheibe auch etwas an die frühen Metallica und Megadeth. Neben ihren Landsleuten von Dekonstructor, Zyanide, Chemicide, Killer Souls und Heresy zählt die Truppe zur Speerspitze des pulsierenden mittelamerikanischen Thrash. Einen Exotenbonus hat das Quintett aus San Jose gar nicht nötig. Erhältlich ist die limitierte Scheibe mit dem ed Repka-inspirierten gesellschaftskritischem Cover für kleines Geld beim Label: www.ragnaroek-records.com
7,5

 

Reviews "No More Circus"

  • HÖWLER "No More Circus!" in ROCK HARD-Magazine

    Author: Wolfram Küper; Rating: 7,5/10

    HÖWLER – No More Circus!
    Ragnarök (44:17)
    Blieben ihre ersten beiden Alben eher eine lokale Angelegenheit, sind HÖWLER aus Costa Rica nun auch in

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  • HÖWLER "No More Circus!" in Obliveon.de

    Rating: 9/10 ; Author: Ludwig Lücker

    HÖWLER-NO MORE CIRCUS
    HÖWLER
    Titel: NO MORE CIRCUS
    Label: RAGNARÖK RECORDS
    Spieldauer: Minuten
    Der Titel des dritten Langeisens der Thrasher HÖWLER passt ja wie

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  • HÖWLER "No More Circus!" in Streetclip.de
    Rating: 8/10 ; Author: Jürgen Tschamler

    HÖWL

    HÖWLER – No More Circus!

    Jürgen TschamlerSep 15, 20202

    ~ 2020 (Ragnarök Records) – Stil: Thrash Metal ~

    Ich gestehe, alles kann man nicht kennen bzw. wissen.

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  • HÖWLER "No More Circus!" in DEAF FOREVER Mag
    Rating: 8/10 ; Author: Björn Jaschinski

    HÖWLER
    No More Circus!
    Ragnarök Records
    SZ: 44:19/VÖ: bereits erschienen
    Stil: Heavy/Thrash Metal
    Traditionelles Heavy-Metal-Riffing, die Maiden-artige Melodie und der betonte Bass

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  • HÖWLER-Interview in Filthy Hounds Of Metal

    Link to original interview in Filthy Hounds Of Metal

    !!!THRASH METAL FROM COSTA RICA!!!

    We had a conversation with Charlie Diaz (vocals).Enjoy!

    Welcome to the FILTHY DOGS OF METAL

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  • HÖWLER im LoudAndProud.it

    Author: Sandro Buti; Rating: 80/100

    HÖWLER – ‘No More Circus!’

    No More Circus         

    VOTO:80

    ETICHETTA:Ragnarök

    Partiamo da lontano, dai mondiali di calcio del 2014. Italia contro Costarica, a sorpresa 0-1. Al di l

    Read More
  • HÖWLER`s "Now More Circus" in TheMetalCrypt.com

    Label: Ragnarok Records
    Year released: 2020
    Duration: 43:58
    Tracks: 8
    Genre: Heavy/Thrash
    Rating: 4.25/5
    Review online: April 23, 2021
    Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen

    Costa Rica has always had a

    Read More
  • HÖWLER-interview in Howler Mag

    Link to original interview in HOWLER MAG

    What is Höwler?

    May 1, 2021

    Let’s start with what it’s NOT. This is not pop, this is not tourist music, this isn’t Cocaine

    Read More
  • HÖWLER "No More Circus!" in LEGACY Mag

    Rating: 13/15 ; Author: Alex Fähnrich

    HÖWLER – No More Circus! Im LEGACY
    Endlich wieder neues Futter aus dem Hause Ragnarök! Wie gehabt kommen hier einmal mehr Thrash-Gourmets auf ihre

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  • HÖWLER "No More Circus!" in Powermetal.de
    Rating: 9/10 ; Author: Frank Jaeger

    Costa Rica kommt mit Verve und Mitsingfaktor!

    Das norddeutsche Label Ragnarök Records hat schon häufig bewiesen, dass man in Sachen Thrash eine Top-Adresse ist,

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