Electric Haze-"Get in line"
Swedish did it again. Electric Haze demonstrate their passion for modern electric hard rock. Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix came together with Lenny Kravitz and HELLACOPTERS. The opener "Succuba" is a brainstormer, fast, rocking and furious while "Cavern of pain" could be at LED ZEPPELIN IV. ELECTRIC HAZE are children of their time, mixing their Hard rock roots with some folk /alternative sensibility creating a fascinating hybrid of modern hard rock. That blinks an eye to the US but has its base on the riff age of the 70s, with some Australia spice at the guitars. Their biggest advantage is that they are multidimensional. On the contrary to the biggest part of Swedish garage/punk revivalist scene, they have a more firm 70s hard rock approach and diversity. AC DC, LED ZEPPELIN, MAIDEN, METALLICA can be found in their sound as influences. 'Lest we forget '' is a metal song that screams NWOBHM while aiming for the 21st century rockers.
A well dressed quartet that likes their heavy rock, groovy,melodic and heavy. "Get in line" is their first full-length attempt and I honestly believe if they have the endurance in these difficult times, they can deliver more and more . For friends of retro heavy rock with groove and attitude, check these guys out.