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The Sign Festival
-> söndag 27 mars 2016
582 22 Linköping
582 22 Linköping
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”...
Siena Root is a Swedish fourpiece that's been filling houses in the Stockholm underground scene since the end of the last century. The classic but original sound is based on heavy organ, strat leads, bass riffing and big drums with bluesy soulful vocals on top.
In 2003, Siena Root signed a deal with the English label "Rage of Achilles" and a year later, the debut "A New Day Dawning" was released on CD as well as LP.
In the summer 2005, Siena Root went through a reshaping. Sanya stepped in behind the microphone when Oskar decided to take an early retirement. Lead guitarist KG West became the one to also step in behind the Hammond. Now Siena Root was ready to release a new vinyl single, this time in cooperation with N...
Heavy Metal band from Gothenburg, Sweden. Featuring Tom Sutton (The Order of Israfel, ex-Horisont, ex-Church of Misery) and Ruben Åhlander Persson (Miasmal). Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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...