Sweden’s band of blood drunkards SALEM’S POT return this April to consecrate their union with the LA based label EasyRider Records with a follow up to last year’s Watch Me Kill You.
Following in the footsteps of the sprawling and self-indulgent jam albums of the early 1970s, over three tracks of swirling heavy psych …lurar ut dig på prärien offers the listener little chance of escape. Summoning the writhing sounds of demon fuzz and distant death knells the opening swell of ‘Creep Purple’, a 14 minute purge of lo-fi garage metal riffs and lysergic comedown finds SALEM’S POT setting out their stall from which to peddle the darkest of doom.
Loose, low slung and inspired by the legends of Sabbath and the extended jams of Hawkwind ‘Dr Death’ and the pounding ‘Nothing Hill’ complete the unholy trinity of tracks replete with lyrics that propel the listener into worlds unknown. Atmospheric realms populated with weed and witches in a reality as miserable and malevolent as it mind-bending and majestic.
And today, the passionate folk at Roadburn.com are hosting a video for the haze fueled track ‘Nothing Hill’ at THIS LOCATION.
Source: Sheltered Life PR