Origin: Germany  
Genres: Doom Metal
Last update/review: December 12, 2005


A short-lived German doom outfit, Shephard managed two albums in 2003 and 2004, with the second on display here. The Coldest Day is a pretty good slice of garage doom, the kind of stuff that Hellhound Records used to be famous for, and along with the interesting lyrical concept (the first seven songs named for the days of the week, culminating with the closing eighth track "Doomsday") features a guest performance from doom legend Wino (Spirit Caravan et. al.). Apparently the band broke up shortly after the album's release.

Last Lineup

Andreas Kohl


Oliver Bojoski


Nico Kozik


Tobias Engel



2003 Exile On Mainstream
  1. Healing
  2. Times
  3. Suburban Boogie
  4. Black Faced Witch
  5. Sleepless
  6. The Art of Being Lost
  7. The Coldest Day/The Story of the Holy Drinker
  • Andreas Kohl
  • Oliver Bojoski
  • Nico Kozik
  • Tobias Engel

The Coldest Day  
2004 Exile On Mainstream
  1. Monday
  2. Tuesday
  3. Wednesday
  4. Thursday
  5. Friday
  6. Saturday
  7. Sunday
  8. Doomsday
  • Andreas Kohl
  • Oliver Bojoski
  • Nico Kozik
  • Tobias Engel

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