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After failing woefully to get a even more conventional four-piece ensemble off the bottom, vocalist/guitarist/bassist Ingmar Petersen and drummer Claus-Peter Hamisch (otherwise referred to as the rhythm section for traditional doom band Voodooshock) launched Beehoover being a duo in 2004 from their house base of Esslingen, Germany. You start with another year’s A Reflection Is really a Window’s End EP, the duo started tinkering with a intensifying mixture of hard rock and roll, stoner rock and roll, heavy metal, and also Krautrock affects, quickly bringing in the Exile on Mainstream label, and carrying on to build up their sound during the period of many full-length albums, including 2007’s SUNLIGHT Behind the Dustbin, 2008’s Weighty Zooo [sic], and Cement Catalyst. Even while, Beehoover offers performed frequently despite their shorthanded lineup, starting mainly for doom and stoner rock and roll groups, but frequently generating the respect of mainstream music critics aswell.

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