Friday, March 12, 2010

Excellent Norwegian Stoner Rock.

The first time I've heard this EP, I was completely hooked to it. The Killing Cure is a Stoner Rock band from Norway. The EP sets off with the majestic Go Low, what a great song is this! The songs that follow are also awesome! The singer Tommy has a very great voice.
According to their MySpace The Killing Cure is influenced by the following: Mastodon, Queens Of The Stone Age, Muse, Tool, Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, White Zombie, Mustache, Monster Magnet, Black Sabbath, Corrosion Of Conformity, Fu Manchu, Helmet, Kyuss, LOK, Nebula, Clutch, Mad Season, A Perfect Circle, Puscifer, Them Crooked Vultures, Eagles Of Death Metal, Creature With The Atom Brain, Probot, Pantera, Stone Temple Pilots, Black Label Society, Blind Melon, Brant Bjork, Clawfinger, Dessert Sessions, Jaqueline, Monster Magnet, Nirvana, Rage Against The Machine, Rob Zombie, Stone Sour, The Black Keys, Velvet Revolver, Violent Femmes.
So you have an idea what's The Killing Cure about: Great Stoner Rock with Grunge influences. It seems there's a full-lenght album at hand. I can't wait to hear that one! For now: Enjoy this EP!

The Killing Cure is an explosion of high-energy rock music laced with dreamy insanity and bone crushing riffs. Simmering in the underbelly of Oslo’s rock underground, the band has no regard for genre, era or rules creating a melting pot of sound and creativity. Presently, the band has finished their first full length album. The new material is stronger and more dynamic than ever, showing the strength of the songwriting and musicianship of this freshman album. Their self-titled debut EP was released in January 2008, which have been featured on NRK P3, Radio Tango and KNAC (USA). The Killing Cure have been gigging in Norway the past three years, playing nearly every rock scene in Oslo including KlubbØya 2007.
(From MySpace)

The Killing Cure - The Killing Cure EP (2008)

Thanks and credits to Mari!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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