"Wolves In Haze" is a side project by a veritable who's who in the Swedish underground music scene. The group is comprised of basically two other Swedish bands. Victor Crusner on bass, Kalle Lilja on drums, both from "Långfinger". Manne Olander the vocalist and Olle Griphammar on guitar, both of them reside in "The Deadheads". The guys came together with the idea of making heavy music, with influences from both the metal and rock scene.
The Wolves have accomplished just that, taking cues from Black Sabbath and other not so familiar early 70's proto metal, combing that with the groovy hard rock that the Swedish underground is well known for. Sweden being a relatively small country seems to produce so many stellar acts, there must be a band on ever street corner there churning out great hard rock.
Coming in at the end of an amazing year of music releases, I'm hoping this fantastic slab of music doesn't go by unnoticed. So far it's only available digitally via Bandcamp, with a fairly high price tag for a digital album. This may dissuade some listeners from jumping on board as well. Bands should realize that having a modest price set for their albums will only put more ears on what they're peddling, resulting in increased sales. It's the age old adage of supply and demand. I am told "the physical release is set to be in early 2017 on Beduin; a super limited hazy wazy vinyl edition." -AD))AM