Formed in 2011, Black Income have become one of Denmark’s most promising rock exports. A trio of Henrik Thrane, Michael Gersdorff, and Lars Olrik, Black Income have taken the nostalgic grunge sound of the 90’s and mixed it with contemporary hard rock, bringing about an overwhelming sound that is critically acclaimed and absolutely unbeatable.
Describing themselves as "a new rock identity rooted in the waters of the grunge genre", the band have a keen talent for lyrical expression, infusing each track with a sense of honesty and realism. Musically, it’s originality that drives the band, pushing the boundaries and taking leads from bands like Queens Of The Stone Age, Fu Manchu, Alice In Chains, Soundgarden and Stone Temple Pilots.
In 2016, Black Income released the album ‘Noise Pollution’, a collection of twelve hard-hitting and well-written rock-tunes with a focus on heavy riffs and the catchy melodies. ‘Noise Pollution’ told the story of a world in chaos, where everybody knows best and doesn’t listen to each other; a world where shouting out your own views and opinions while being deaf to other people. It was an album that gave birth to years of touring, with the band only returning to the studio late in 2017.
Now the latest single from the band’s upcoming second album has been revealed, with drug surfacing online. Available to stream now on Spotify, it’s an epic rock track that stays true to Black Income’s sound, while showing some progression and definitive evolution.