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The finest metal album you've never heard of

On their last album I was hooked by the stoner rock style of Summer Solstice, and when somebody told me that Wolf's Return was a lot more "metal" I was a bit apprehensive. I was blown away from the start, with the epic vocals of JB returning stronger than ever in the hard-hitting Kingslayer. While not the most technical band ever, there is so much feeling to Grand Magus' music, a passion for their songwriting which many bands lack entirely. This album is dark, melodic, moody and powerful. My only complaint is that it's too short; I envy the person who listens to Magus for the first time: it's an experience.

Biography

Formed: Stockholm, Sweden

Genre: Metal

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

A hard-hitting Swedish "doom blues" outfit, the seeds for Grand Magus were sewn when 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...
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