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Paths To Charon by Skånska Mord

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Paths To Charon

Skånska Mord

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Album

Paths To Charon

Skånska Mord

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Label: Small Stone Records Co.
Janne Bengtsson's Chris Cornell baritone bellow links this Swedish sludge club to '90s Seattle; Ann-Sofie Hoyles, his duet foil in "Addicts," shows him up. But beneath, there's more nuance: acid-rock wah-wah blues that tunnels through the stalagmite topology of opener "Dark Caves of Your Mind," crawls deep into the suicidal muck of "A Black Day," rejoices in rare Scandinavian sunshine in "The Ambassadeur." Best is when Bengtsson steps aside, in parts of "Alien Encounter" and all of fluid instrumental workout "Laggåsen," and his mates opt for intricacies of heavy jazz fusion or the Groundhogs.

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Janne Bengtsson's Chris Cornell baritone bellow links this Swedish sludge club to '90s Seattle; Ann-Sofie Hoyles, his duet foil in "Addicts," shows him up. But beneath, there's more nuance: acid-rock wah-wah blues that tunnels through the stalagmite topology of opener "Dark Caves of Your Mind," crawls deep into the suicidal muck of "A Black Day," rejoices in rare Scandinavian sunshine in "The Ambassadeur." Best is when Bengtsson steps aside, in parts of "Alien Encounter" and all of fluid instrumental workout "Laggåsen," and his mates opt for intricacies of heavy jazz fusion or the Groundhogs.

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About This Album

Janne Bengtsson's Chris Cornell baritone bellow links this Swedish sludge club to '90s Seattle; Ann-Sofie Hoyles, his duet foil in "Addicts," shows him up. But beneath, there's more nuance: acid-rock wah-wah blues that tunnels through the stalagmite topology of opener "Dark Caves of Your Mind," crawls deep into the suicidal muck of "A Black Day," rejoices in rare Scandinavian sunshine in "The Ambassadeur." Best is when Bengtsson steps aside, in parts of "Alien Encounter" and all of fluid instrumental workout "Laggåsen," and his mates opt for intricacies of heavy jazz fusion or the Groundhogs.