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Dool

Using an ominous mixture of gothic pop, psychedelic rock and roll, post-rock, and doom steel, Dutch rockers Dool invoke brands like Blue ?-yster Cult, Sisters of Mercy, Ghost, the Sword, and Sonic Youth. Structured from the South Holland interface hub of Rotterdam, the music group comprises Ryanne truck Dorst (Elle …

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Kadavar

Steeped in the bluesy, brooding, bottom-heavy traditions of rings like Black color Sabbath, Hawkwind, and Led Zeppelin, German psych-rock trio Kadavar spin ’70s hard rock and roll tropes into contemporary, stoner steel gold. Shaped in Berlin by Christoph Lindemann (acoustic guitar, vocals), Simon Bouteloup (bass) and Christoph Bartelt (drums), the …

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Year of the Goat

A Swedish occult-doom rock device with psychedelic tendencies, Year from the Goat’s unwavering trust at night arts and trippy, retro-metal/rock sound, which features a lot of spooky Mellotron and heavy Hammond organ, has drawn comparisons to rings like Pentagram, Dark Sabbath, Blue ?-yster Cult, and Ghost. Shaped in 2006 in …

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Ghost

A music group rife with contradictions, Sweden’s Ghost (referred to as Ghost B.C. in america) preach severe satanic viewpoints over amazingly accessible rock cum pop-driven hard rock and roll. The bandmembers maintain a rigorous vow of anonymity, both on record and on-stage; they obscure themselves under monks’ cowls, aside from …

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Spiders

Based from the musically wealthy city of Gothenburg, Swedish hard rockers Spiders hire a refreshingly spirited and decidedly nonblack metal-influenced sound that harks back again to past due-’70s and early-’80s decibel pushers like Girlschool, Motörhead, as well as Aussie underground punk purveyors Radio Birdman, not forgetting fellow retro-rock Scandinavians Graveyard …

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Saturn

Sweden’s Saturn certainly are a hard rock and roll and space steel quartet whose audio, while thoroughly modern, is normally drenched in affects including Dark Sabbath, UFO, Rainbow, Ritchie Blackmore-era Deep Crimson, early Judas Priest, and NWOBHM rings such as for example Tygers of Skillet Tang and Gemstone Head. The …

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DeWolff

A psychedelic blues music group through the Dutch province of Limburg, DeWolff (Robin Piso and brothers Pablo truck de Poel and Luka truck de Poel) has released three albums and an EP since forming in 2007 in Geleen.

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Horisont

Though their sound comes straight from the spacy prog and proto-metal from the ’70s, Swedish band Horisont formed in 2006. Made up of vocalist Axel Söderberg, guitarists Charles Vehicle Loo and Kristofer Möller, bassist Magnus Delborg, and drummer Pontus Jordan, the music group conjures the noises of rock and roll …

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Alastor

Not to end up being confused using the various other two black steel acts writing the name, Austria’s Alastor had become in 1995 — albeit under a different name or two before settling after 2000. The account of the music group changed over time, but the music group maintained a …

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Red Fang

Based away of Portland, Oregon, Red Fang catches the loud and prompt, anything-goes spirit of classic rock and roll using their heavy stoner-influenced jams. The quartet, comprising Bryan Giles, Aaron Beam, David Sullivan, and John Sherman, make guitars the concentrate of their gimmick-free make of traveling rock & move, eschewing …

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