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Abramis Brama - Smakar Sondag (CD)

Abramis Brama
Smakar Sondag
by Yiannis Dafopoulos at 01 August 2009, 5:51 PM

Two years after the release of Live!, ABRAMIS BRAMA return with their brand new album Smakar Sondag and they are damn ready to take off! These Swedish rockers surely know how to party and this album is pretty good evidence why…

ABRAMIS BRAMA (the Latin name for bream) lost their original drummer after the 2005 album Rubicon, who joined WITCHCRAFT. So what a better replacement than Trisse (GRAND MAGUS)! The band's trademark is the fact that they sing in Swedish, something they almost lost in Nothing Changes (all the magic was lost) and quickly returned to their native language.

What's so special about ABRAMIS BRAMA? Well, if you don't like the 70's Rock sound that bands like CREAM, BLACK SABBATH, TEN YEARS AFTER taught us, dressed in a Stoner way, then I guess you won't find anything special in here. But if you do like the above, then ABRAMIS BRAMA may become your new favorite party animals! Rocking guitars, pounding drums, sweaty solos, passionate vocals, a face melting bass and a totally 70's vibe are things you won't easily find in a modern record. The band hits you with high energy Rock doses, while also featuring a few more melancholic moments for every taste.

What if they sing in Swedish? That's where all the magic is! Smakar Sondag (which by the way translates as tastes like Sunday) and ABRAMIS BRAMA wouldn't be the same without this detail. As my fellow templar Erika said, no matter if the lyrics can be understood or not, there can't be any mistake in the groove.

And don't expect a rating here. Such kind of music is not to be rated, it is just to be appreciated!

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Kylan Kommer Inifran
Sista Morgonljuset
Smakar Sondag
Langsamt (Ett Troll I Min Hjarna)
Enkel Resa
Med Ont Forsat
Oga For Oga
Forbjuden Frukt
Kommer Hem
Ulf Torklesson - Vocals
Peo Andersson - Guitar
Robert Johansson - Guitar
Dennis Berg - Bass, Vocals
Trisse - Drums

Guest Musicians:
Moa Holmsten - Vocals
Rolf Leidestad - Keyboards
Jonas Kullhammar - Saxophone
Record Label: Transubstans Records


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