12:54 - LuciferOfGayness I am 100% sure non of those bands will make it to our lists of the best albums this decade. I am not expecting a new SWoD but some decent stuff with a bit of depth would be nice
12:35 - Bad English I agree whit MH, about HM scene, its not dead and new bands born
12:18 - Marcel Hubregtse HM scene hasn't dried out. Bands such as Bullet, Dead Lord, High SPirits, Night Demon, Skull Fist. Striker draw loads mor epeople to their gigs than black metal bands, doom bands, thrash bands.
Psychedelic rock has always been a diverse and creative musical niche, the more upbeat and rhythmically infectious examples of the subgenre usually facilitating the modus operandi to which its fans would stereotypically respond with: "whoa, groovy vibes." When a band lives and breathes the general ideals that held sway over rock music as exemplified from the mid-60's to the mid-70's, and manages to make it seem as if this time has come all over again through sound waves instilling euphoric nostalgia, you know you've hit something hippies would consider gold, if they had any materialistic interest in shiny metals. The feeling of an entire decade has been conveniently, colourfully and convincingly compressed into one audible pill, a first full dose this Swedish based band has self-labelled as Blues Pills.
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