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Beyond Colossal

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One has to admire the members of Dozer for having the balls to name their fifth album Beyond Colossal, thereby raising fan expectations to improbable heights; but then, Sweden's longest-running stoner rock band (arguably) haven't paid much mind to external forces throughout their career — or else they'd have switched to death metal or pop music by now. No, Dozer remain committed to their primary musical course, and like other stoner rock stalwarts such as Fu Manchu or Clutch (whose Neil Fallon lends guest vocals on a couple of these tracks), their enduring relevance resides in both maintaining the broad strokes and manipulating the minute idiosyncrasies of their particular sonic recipe, so that it can balance familiarity with fresh perspectives. In the specific case of Beyond Colossal, this entails embarking on what is arguably their heaviest and darkest song cycle yet, although prime examples like "The Flood," "The Ventriloquist," and the really quite beyond colossal "The Throne" aren't exactly depressing so much as wickedly foreboding, substituting hooks and softer contrasts for absolutely crushing riffs and tornado-like vocal howls. Even slightly more melodic numbers like "Empire's End" (which sometimes sounds like a distorted take on Blondie's "Call Me"), "Grand Inquisitor" (featuring a gentle, whispered midsection), and "Bound for Greatness" (a drawn-out stoner rock hymn of sorts) are to a certain extent draped in bleak shades of despair. All this obviously makes Beyond Colossal a distinctly less accessible or immediate listening experience than recent Dozer albums, but their fans will surely be up for the challenge — and rewarded for their efforts — in no time.

Biografi

Genre: Rock

Aktiva år: '90s, '00s

One of Sweden's first and most enduring stoner rock bands, Dozer were formed in 1995 by vocalist and guitarist Frederik Nordin, lead guitarist Tommi Holappa, drummer Erik Bäckwall, and bassist Magnus Larsson, who would soon quit to pursue a martial arts career and be replaced by Johan Rockner. Dozer hailed from the sleepy town of Borlänge, but quickly started making waves on the international stoner rock scene when 1998's "Hawaii Cottage" was awarded "single of the week" honors by Kerrang! magazine....
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