Danish rockers LUCER release “The New World” in May

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Previously announced for August, it will now be on May 20th that LUCER will be back with their third album “The New World”!

On “The New World”, the pure rock sound that many know from Lucer’s debut album is accompanied by both electrobeats and sync effects – and that is exactly the common thread throughout the album. It’s the sound of rock a la 2022, and a band that has really found their DNA.

On our new album, we still have the song writing in focus rather than the form and sound. This time we have teamed up with one of the most talented producers in Denmark to give the album exactly the universe and the common thread that was a bit missing on “Ghost Town”. We are both harder and at the same time more mainstream than ever before” says bassist, vocalist Lasse Bøgemark.

The new sound is largely due to the collaboration with producer Christoffer Stjerne (H.E.R.O.), who, according to Lucer, have a different approach in the studio than they have been used to. He is not shy on challenging the band and trying out new approaches, and that is exactly what has created “The New World”.

The album has been created during lockdown, so it has been obvious for us to name it after the new world we all live in. The ball has come over on our side, and the 10 songs that are on the album are all an expression of Lucer has landed the place Lucer should be”, Lasse continues.

Like Lucer’s first two albums, the latest in the series is also created with live performances in mind. The Copenhagen rock band has made a name for themselves both at home and abroad with their explosive energy and amazing performances – and it does not stop with “The New World”. On the contrary. “The New World” is concocted by a more adult Lucer, who has found their own way after a few years of searching, and who is now finally ready to present it to the rest of the world – with the big scenes in the spotlight.

“The New World” will be released by Mighty Music on CD and digital formats on May 20th, 2022. Pre-orders up now at this link.

Lasse Bøgemark: Vocals & Bass
Anders Bøgemark: Guitar
Kristoffer Kristensen: Guitar
Jonathan Nørgaard: Drums


1. The New World 
2. One Of Us
3. No Soul
4. Older 
5. Empire
6. Death Wish 
7. Revenge
8. White Lies 
9. Trouble
10. Only One 



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Lucer released last year their straight rock’n’roll album “L.A. Collection”, containing newly recorded tracks they wrote at the beginning of their career. The album was released in LP and digital and got rave reviews everywhere:

Open a bear and crank it up loud, the neighbors will thank you” Rock Hard Magazine 8,5/10

“Down’n’dirty, denim and leather, any of these tracks would sit easily on “Powerage” or “Let There Be Rock”. Now lockdown is over, it’s time to party and this is the soundtrack” Powerplay Magazine 8/10

“The promise “all rock’n’roll. no bullshit”, which the Danes give on their album “L.A. Collection”, they stick to” Classic Rock Germany

“This is a record the boys in Lucer can be proud of. Highly recommended!” Metalized Magazine 8/10

“Nine robust hard rock numbers that rock like hell” Rock It Magazine 8/10

““L.A.Collection” is the soundtrack that will make your ears bleed and make your summer even wilder and warmer” Calles Rock Cörner 6/6

“Superb!” World Of Metal 10/10

“”L.A. Collection” is the album I had wanted from AC/DC for a long time” Metal Only 10/10

“AC/DC have found their new place in Denmark, not original and not innovative but still great music” Rock Garage 8/10

“‘Lucer do echo AC/DC and will most probably be compared to Airbourne but, and this is purely personal, I think they’re better! Ram Zine 4/5

“This is a great rocker you have to hear!” The Rockpit 8,5/10

“Good record, extremely fun, with nice songs” Dargedik 8,8/10

“A contender for my album of the year already” Rock Media UK 5/5

“Less unbridled than Airbourne, less roots than Rose Tattoo, Lucer plays consensus” Metalnews 80%

“”L.A. Collection’”is an enjoyable release from Lucer, takes you on the AC/DC sound journey, then repeats.” All About The Rock 7,5/10