4th Labyrinth is the brainchild of singer/songwriter/producer Marcel Kunkel but the band started life as a group of musicians, long before playing together in the 4th Labyrinth project. The band creates an energy that is hard to find in this world of manufactured bands and artificial stardom. You’ll find the 4th Labyrinth sound somewhere between Queen, ELO, The Beatles,Led Zeppelin,Deep Purple, Radiohead and The Foo Fighters. It’s a sound that goes back to basics, a bit like it used to be in the 70’s – but with a modern approach…

Marcel Kunkel – Vocals and Keyboards

Marcel started playing the piano at the age of six and began singing in his early teens. Marcel has vast experience in almost anything that involves creating a recording. He has worked for many years as a professional live sound engineer working in almost every genre. Now he takes the stage himself to see it all from the other side

Claudia McKenzie – Bass Guitar


Claudia is one of the most sought after bassists in the Cambridge area. Her energetic and mesmerising stage presence never overshadows her amazing skills on the bass guitar. Claudia has also played on a number of records for others in all kinds of musical projects.

Tom Winch – Drum Kit


Tom is a well established musician on the Cambridge music scene. Originally starting with piano from a young age he discovered the drums later in life. With the distinct advantage of being able to read score and already speaking the language of music, he soon mastered the new instrument to the point of teaching others. Together with Claudia he provides the solid rhythmic backbone of 4th Labyrinth.

Andy Cross – Guitars


Taking care of the guitars in for 4th Labyrinth now is Andy Cross. As the owner of Zoo Audio Studios in Cambridge he is not only an excellent guitarist. Andrew has a well trained ear and the experience to take the guitars in the band to the next level. He will also be able to bring backing vocals to the live performances. Expect great things!

all pictures (c) by Trevor Cotterell

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12 months ago

4th Labyrinth

🚨We’re awake! We’re awake!🚨

πŸš€4th Labyrinth have been busy behind the scenes getting ready for our very first gig of the year!!πŸš€

πŸŽ‰ We are very excited to be back at The Station in Cannock with our good friends Iconic Eye and Atlas on 28th March! πŸŽ‰

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1 years ago

Dave Evans

m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10219212020444335&id=1623170454Dementia Aware-Fest Wolverhampton 2020. Part 2. Beth Blade and The Beautiful Disasters / Scarlet Rebels / BlitZ / Paradise Alley / 4th Labyrinth / THE NEW BREED / Mystiek. All generously giving up their time to help raise money for Dementia UK. Lets pack the place out folks!!!. Tickets here πŸ’₯ www.ticketweb.uk/event/dementia-aware-fest-wolverhampton-2020-the-giffard-arms-tickets/9983745 πŸ’₯ ... See MoreSee Less

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1 years ago

4th Labyrinth

Well here it is...you only need to check out the surprise in Tom’s face. πŸ˜‚

Has it really been a year again already? πŸ€ͺ And what a great year it has been for us! πŸ”₯ 🀘

We would like to thank you all for the massive support we have received this year. πŸ™

It means so much to us ❀️

Here is to even bigger and better things in 2020.

Raise your glasses lab rats and labetts πŸ₯‚

Merry Christmas everyone!
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1 years ago

4th Labyrinth

We had a great time yesterday with Pearl Handled Revolver at Bedford Esquires. What a night!

A big thank you to everyone who came. We made a lot of new friends.

Check out these awesome pictures by Trev Earl
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1 years ago

Steve Hunt

The vinyl sounds amazing, guys! As soon as it comes out of the sleeve you can tell it's the real deal. Weighty, perfectly flat, no rough edges. And the sound is so good - it totally justifies the no doubt costly decision to have it mastered at the legendary Abbey Road Studios! Great gig tonight, too! ... See MoreSee Less

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