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DOZER
THROUGH THE EYES OF HEATHENS
SMALL STONE

The earthshaking tones of Sweden’s Dozer are back with full force on the quartet’s most recent release, the 10-track THROUGH THE EYES OF HEATHENS. Fleshing out its Hessian blend of stoner rock with a plethora of hard rock histrionics and desert rock debauchery, songs like “Blood Undone” and the groove-laden “Man of Fire” contains grungy nuances and garage rock’s fuzziness which further accentuate the band’s already mammoth sound, while “Days of Future Past” knocks you on your ass with a loud/soft dynamic that evokes Soundgarden or Alice in Chains at their grittiest. Versatile enough to execute brooding slow burners like “Until Man Exists No More” with the same expertise as chunky riffs on “Drawing Dead”, this 10-track disc is an essential purchase for the hard rock fan whose eclectic palate goes way beyond Godsmack.
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- Mike SOS