Bloody Hammers

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Bloody Hammers
Background information
OriginTransylvania County, North Carolina, U.S.
GenresDoom metal, gothic rock, hard rock, psychedelic rock, pagan rock, occult rock[1]
Years active2010–present
LabelsNapalm Records

Bloody Hammers is an American hard rock band, founded in 2010 by Anders Manga in Transylvania County, North Carolina. Manga is the primary producer, singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist. Bloody Hammers' music straddles a range of genres including heavy metal, gothic rock, doom metal, and psychedelic rock. The touring band features a revolving lineup with Manga and keyboardist Devallia being the only permanent live members. Devallia also contributes keyboard parts to recordings and is sometimes credited as a co-producer.

In 2012, the self-titled Bloody Hammers album was released along with a video on YouTube for the song “Fear No Evil”. In 2014, the band signed to Napalm Records and released their second album, Under Satan's Sun, in May. This album was followed by a European tour. The band's latest album, The Summoning, was released in 2019.


Current members
  • Anders Manga – lead vocals, guitar, bass (2010–present)
  • Devallia – organ, piano (2010–present)
Former Touring-Only Musicians
  • Bill Fischer – guitars (Under Satan's Sun Tour 2014)
  • Doza Mendoza – drums (Under Satan's Sun Tour 2014)


Studio Albums[edit]

  • Bloody Hammers (2012) (SoulSeller Records)
  • Spiritual Relics (2013) (SoulSeller Records)
  • Under Satan's Sun (2014) (Napalm Records)
  • Lovely Sort of Death (2016) (Napalm Records)
  • The Summoning (2019) (Napalm Records)


  • The Horrific Case of Bloody Hammers (2017) (Napalm Records)

Music videos[edit]

  • Fear No Evil (2012)
  • What's Haunting You (2013)
  • The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014)
  • Welcome to the Horror Show (2014)
  • Death Does Us Part (2014)
  • Necromancer (2014)
  • The Reaper Comes (2016)
  • Lights Come Alive (2016)
  • Ether (2016)
  • Now the Screaming Starts (2019)
  • Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (2019)
  • From Beyond the Grave (2019)


  1. ^ Druhm, Steel. "Bloody Hammers – Lovely Sort of Death Review". Retrieved 16 June 2018.

1. Interview with Anders Manga at AXS[1]

2. Review of 'Under Satan's Sun' on Metal Injection [2]

3. 'Death Does Us Part' Video Premiere on Loudwire"[3]

4. Bloody Disgusting's premiere of "The Town That Dreaded Sundown" by Bloody Hammers[4]

5. 'Under Satan's Sun review on Planet Mosh[5]

6. Interview at Prog-Sphere[6]

7. Review at Austin Chronicle [7]

8. Interview at Guitar World[8]

9. Interview at Meta Temple[9]

10. Interview at Zombie Hamster[10]

11. August 2014 Interview with[11]

12. May 2014 Interview with KAMP Arizona State Student Radio[12]

13. Interview with Harvest Moon Music 2013[13]

14. Bloody Hammers' 'Lovely Sort of Death' Is Gothier Than Thou[14]

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