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Yes, another Swedish 70’s influenced hard rock band! I guess Sweden ranks no. 1 in the world when it comes to this genre. Horisont picks up where Witchcraft and Graveyard laid down the cornerstones and they are out on Crusher Records who also nurses Dead Man. So if you’re a sucker for music inspired by Pentagram, Blue Cheer and what not ….. and you dig denim and long haired guys this is a kick ass record. Horisont is all about blues rock and boogie with heavy riffing and long guitar solos. But also more Sabbath’ish inspiration may be heard in “The Unseen” which gives you everything from doomy atmosphere and slow riffing to beauty parts with killer vocal. Half the songs are with Swedish lyrics giving a cool feel to the songs and “Du Röde”...
Troubled Horse is a hard/psych rock band from Örebro, Sweden. The minds behind the band are singer and front man Martin Heppich, along with Witchcraft’s John Hoyles (guitar, backing vocals), Ola Henriksson (bass guitar, backing vocals) and Jens Henriksson (drums). The band combines the raw sounds of 60′s garage rock with the heavy riffs of 70′s psych-doom, resembling bands such as Dust and Lincoln Street Exit.
They released a single in 2010, and although the band formed in 2003, they waited nearly 10 years to release their debut album Step Inside, in 2012.
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There are three bands named Oblivious
1) Stoner rock band from Linkoping, Sweden ~
Purchase: Bandcamp, TransubstansRecords, Gaphals Records.
Melodic stoner rock with a touch of classic rock n’ roll based in the 70’s. Influences include such great bands as Dozer, Kyuss and Clutch, as well as older heroes like Black Sabbath, Pentagram and Led Zeppelin.
UPDATE April 2015: Heavy rock and strong melodies have always been the characteristics for Oblivious. With a changed lineup, a new studio and a new label the band have blossomed and found new confidence. With their already strong and compelling groove the band have focused on building stronger choruses and developing voca...