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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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Slowgold is a project of Swedish songwriter Amanda Werne. The Gothenburg-based trio released their fourth album, Dreams, in early 2017 and received praise from sources such as Sonic Magazine and Gaffa. The band consists of Amanda Werne on vocals and guitar, Erik Berntsson on drums, and Johannes Mattsson on bass. There’s something very humble, timeless and organic in their way of being, a sweet combination of Swedish and classic American folk music.
Swedish trio Slowgold offer dreamy folk pop for weary souls, with a hint of psychedelic rock added for good measure. Frontwoman Amanda Werne has an unforgettable voice and a charismatic stage presence: calm and quiet, yet strong and very much to the fore. True to their name, Slowgol...
The forest is on fire! This Linköping band writes music about social issues in a unique way. The music brings your thoughts to the Swedish prog-genre and their groove goes directly into our hearts history books. 2013 was the year when they released their debut album “1st”, including the song “Pundarvarning” (Junkie Warning) which ironically makes you want to gulp a beer. This “fake band”, as they expressed themselves as, is a must see in the late summer evening! Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.