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There are at least 5 artists using this name (and one additional band formed with this name):
1) Sorcerer is one of the very first heavier metal bands from Sweden. Sorcerer was a doom metal band that was formed in 1984 but it took them till 1988 to get their first demo recorded. A second was released in 1992. In 1995 a full-length CD was released - yet with a load of tracks from their 1992 demo. A vinyl piece saw the light early 2004 with the Inquisitor demo and two bonustracks, this release was limited to 700 copies only.
2) Sorcerer is a one man (Daniel Saxon Judd) space disco/balearic/yacht-rock outfit from California wi...
The Mind Flowers are a Danish psychedelic rock band from Kopenhagen. Founded in 2013, their sound is heavily influenced by the music of the 60s, according to the band especially by the 13th Floor Elevators, Jimi Hendrix and The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band.
The band consists of Emil Bureau (Lead Vocals, Guitar), Jonas Waaben (Drums, Backing Vocals) and Niels 'Bird' Fuglede (Bass).
Due to legal issues in the US, the band members decided to give themselves a new name. Since 3rd July 2015, the band is known as The Sonic Dawn.
Their first studio album 'Perception' will be released on Nasoni Records in Summer 2015. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By...
Magic Jove ~ Malmö, Sweden
Heavy Blues Rock/Psychedelic Rock, Hard Rock
Magic Jove, a psychedelic blues rock trio from Sweden, seem to be off to a pretty solid start. Before they even played a gig, Magic Jove were discovered by Ozium Records from the hype of some self-released demo tapes and in a couple of months they had an EP out. That EP is entitled 'In The Fields' and it provides a strong introduction to a band with a whole lot of potential.
The influence of heroes like Jimi Hendrix and Black Sabbath provide a clear reference point to where Magic Jove are garnering much of their texture from on In The Fields, but that’s not to say the sound isn’t distinctively their own. With dri...