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Album Review

Sounding like a revved up Kyuss, Blind Dog kick out the stoner jams with so much verve, it's like they're late for a Black Sabbath concert. All the fat '70s riffs stoner fans expect are present, but Blind Dog aren't at all laid-back on The Last Adventures of Captain Dog. Bassist/vocalist Tobias Nilsson, drummer Thomas Elenvik, and especially guitarist Joakim Thell drive their instruments right on top of the beat, giving their liquid rock grooves a toughness that helps separate and define the band. With a slew of credible stoner acts coming out of Sweden during the first years of the new century, the importance of creating a unique sound amidst so much sludgy riffing and drugged-out desert travelin' imagery is tantamount to survival. Perhaps Blind Dog innately understand this, but it's more likely that they just do what they do. However calculated or instinctual, it all just happens to work on this 2001 debut. Highlights include "10,000 Reasons" and the heavy section of "Sun." There's plenty of great material on The Last Adventures of Captain Dog, but some over-extended arrangements and clunky English verses hold this disc back just a bit. Stoner rock fans (especially those fond of the Kyuss-born desert rock genre niche) should at least check this disc out, as there is plenty to get excited about despite a couple soft spots.

Customer Reviews

Equal parts Monster Magnet, Kyuss, Dozer and Entombed

My review title says it all. Stoner rock/metal at its best. Vocalist sounds like Dave Wyndorf from Monster Magnet with a tinge of L.G. from Entombed. Great spacey mellows surge into bottom heavy, Sabbath-like intensity. Obvious nods to Kyuss (doesn't every stoner rock band owe itself in part to Kyuss??), but a bit more of a metal edge. I only gave it four stars because I couldn't give it 4.5 and 5 stars are reserved for albums like Blues for the Red Sun, Vulgar Display of Power and Let There Be Rock. DEFINITELY get it. Their follow up (Captain Dog Rides Again) is equally solid, though a bit heavier. Support the DOG!

Grab This One Too!

Blind Dog-This is as good as your 2nd Album! Another rocking delite! This is rock like I like it! I grew up in the 70's,yes I am older,but you are never too old to rock! Stoner Rock is cool,so keep rocking! Thank you guys for keeping the dream alive!


Blind Dog is, in my opinion, the most underrated stoner band. I agree with Anony, the guitarist is and underground god. I'm usually not into infusing my stoner rock with a metal tinge but Blind Dog does is so well and seamlessly I can't help but love it. 10,000 Reasons catches you from the start and you have to love Tobias' vocals on Sun and Blend. Blind Dog is one of this genres talented, yet underappreciated band. Think of them as Kyuss to the world. Not noticed but would change the scene if there became widely recognized.


Formed: 1996 in Halmstad, Sweden

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

After playing in a handful of metal acts around their native of Halmstead, Sweden, Joakim Thell, Tobias Nilsson, and Thomas Elenvik got together in 1996 to compose the '70s retro-metal of Blind Dog. With a hint of psychedelic touches to accompany their influences of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin, the three-piece went into the studio to record their debut full-length in 1999. With their added use of Hammond keyboards, film samples,...
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