BLOODY HAMMERS (s/t) LP/CD
Due to the band name, I expected some sort of cool Roky Erickson worship but all I got was just another slice of brainless occult rock that doesn't rock. But the silly cover artwork should have warned me about the content. Well, I could overlook this if there were some good songs on the album, but here too BLOODY HAMMERS bore the shit out of me.
Of course, you can also hear an organ in a couple of songs and singer Anders Manga tries to be meaningful, creepy and atmospheric but instead wound up clichéd and too pathetic. I'm pretty sure that the target audience of BLOODY HAMMERS consists of 12 years old boys and girls. Another disadvantage is the sterile sounding production, which sucks the last bit of life out of the music. Overall, this album is like a hollow shell devoid of any substance.