Smiles, jamming, and shredding are offered to entice the audience, and with a band like Tulus, it worked like a charm.
Raise your glass of whisky or beer to the full moon as the Norwegian Cowboys from Hell finally defile us with their and music.
Norwegian Gothic is an album that explores so many genres, it’s truly difficult to tack it under any one label. It’s an exploration into previously uncharted territory more than anything else
It was very clear that the band had something to prove, and they had a damn good start proving it.
The result is a record that you WANT to revisit again and again;
There is little respect for reason or allowance for understanding in this music. You are at the mercy of their dream, their nightmare.
These guys are hellbent on bringing traditional malevolence to the sonic sphere, and this tome is an impressive body of work dedicated to the dark.
It is heartwrenching, empathy inducing, and uplifting as fuck,
Many of the songs found on this album are delicate, light, and dreamlike, but the feelings they evoke go much deeper than that.
The only thing holding me back from singing along with every single song is a lack of knowledge of the language.