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Hammer of the North

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First Class Metal!!! Classic.

Great songwriting, catchy hooks and choruses, stonking great brick wall riffage and vocals that could sail a thousand long boats into battle. Everything you could want from your metal!! Just brilliant. Now where's my mead??

WHOOOOAAAAA! Time To Break Your Neck Headbanging!!!

You can't ignore a band like Grand Magus forever, it's a plain enigma how they've managed to stay as far under the radar as they have. A definite live force to reckoned with to! They're ball to wreaking-ball riffs are second to none if your looking for something that sounds like the echoes inside a wrestlers brain! JB's voice is...as always incredible, the band slowly moving from they're stoner/doom roots are firing on all cylinders. From opener I, The jury to Ravens guide our way it's a pure as they come modern metal classic! Here's hoping they'll cross our shores and smash our face's in!!!

Great follow up

Hammer of the north has seen Grand Magus have tightend there game and matured in their instrument playing. This album has great tunes mainly in "Hammer of the north" and "At Midnight theyll get wise". It may not be as good as Iron Will but this is a great follow up and fully deserves your attention. 8.5

Biography

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Janne (guitar/vocals), Fox (bass), and Iggy (drums) began playing together as Smack in their native Stockholm circa 1996. By 1999, new drummer Trisse had joined up and a couple of well-received three-song demos convinced the band to go pro and adopt a new name in the year 2000. Their choice, Grand Magus, was actually much more fitting with their sonic identity, which consisted of both '70s hard rock and stoner rock influences (what the band likes to call doom blues) and drew the attention of Rise...
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