Excellent album / tape. Surprising to me in two ways: 1. Space rock is not usually huge for me. 2. Totally not what I expected when I got it in the post. Very well done, psychedelic space-rock, without being over-indulgently proggy or solo driven. astrorockandrolla
This psychedelic outfit from Sweden has been on the radar for quite some time, but as they seem to be churning out album after album, I was a little lost in making up my mind, where to start.
Finally, I made up my mind to start here ;-)
I'm positive it won't be my last Kungen Män's album!! Carsten Pieper
This album is a dense, heavy, earth-shuddering expression of the trippier side of alternative. I really love how the sound engineering exemplifies the massive reverberating guitar chords and subterranean rumbling bass; in a droning, shoegazing way, the effervescent sound waves linger in the air, encompassing your brain in a thick aural miasma that's simultaneously crunchy and dreamlike. Ian Lovdahl