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    Lykantropi

    For those of you who liked the debut album from Lykantropi, the follow up Spirituosa will be available soon. Release party soon, at which I will drink and dance. Album artwork by a very talented friend of mine Emil.

    http://lightningrecords.se/next-release/

    This is from the debut
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    Kadavar have a similar sound to Lykantropi.


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    You surprised me with these. The names had me thinking Metal, but this is pretty retro early 70s styled Heavy Rock. I wouldn't seek out the Kadavar, but the Lykantropi has enough hazy shimmer added to the heavy rock, and the female vocals are a nice touch. I'll definitely investigate further and likely pick up that disc. Thanks.
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    That Lykantropi track sounds great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndiSexgang View Post
    For those of you who liked the debut album from Lykantropi, the follow up Spirituosa will be available soon. Release party soon, at which I will drink and dance. Album artwork by a very talented friend of mine Emil Edman.

    http://lightningrecords.se/next-release/

    This is from the debut
    Just curious: how are you affiliated with this band?

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    Nice! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koreabruce View Post
    That Lykantropi track sounds great!
    Most of the first album is on Youtube. Give it a listen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    You surprised me with these. The names had me thinking Metal, but this is pretty retro early 70s styled Heavy Rock. I wouldn't seek out the Kadavar, but the Lykantropi has enough hazy shimmer added to the heavy rock, and the female vocals are a nice touch. I'll definitely investigate further and likely pick up that disc. Thanks.
    Yea, kind of round the edges of hard rock and metal but firmly in an early 70s, bluesy hard rock, Jefferson Airplane, Jethro Tull zone.

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    Lykantropi. Sounds straight from 1971 to my ears!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddhabreath View Post
    Lykantropi. Sounds straight from 1971 to my ears!
    High praise indeed!

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    Here is the opening track on the debut, it also happens to be my favourite on the debut. What I especially like about this is that it opens with the type of Swedish forest road that I regularly use.



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