Dozer

Through The Eyes Of Heathens (Small Stone Records 2006)

Album review

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Dozer are another band to add to the list of killer bands who just happen to be from Sweden... only they're not death metal. Dozer could fall into the wide range of that which we call "stoner rock", they've got groove, fuzzy riffs, and they're obviously pissed off about something, which is good. They could be pissed off because they've been around for 10 years and haven't exactly gotten the attention they deserve, but I figure it's something else too. Dozer goes from slow, quiet and mellow to outright chunky heaviness, melodic vocals to some light growling. Mostly they've got the groovy, mellow, but driving and pissed thing going on...if that makes any sense. Just check these guys out, you'll probably be happy you did.

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Reviewed by: Wolfie

2006 AbsolutMetal