Friday, 22 December 2017

Three Seasons - Things Change (2017)

The fourth album from this Swedish band.

The band is a trio with a lineup of guitars, bass, drums and vocals.

I have previously reviewed their three first albums for # 1 of this blog and you can find the reviews there.

The band is very much a retro version of hard rock. Hard rock and heavy blues, that is. Add psychedelic and southern rock too and you get this album.

References are the likes of Led Zeppelin and Mountains. There is also some hints of Lynyrd Skynyrd in their music.

The sound is very retro. But both the sound and the music is very potent and relevant anno 2017. The grand-fathers of this day and age will off course love this album. Their grand-children will beg their grand-fathers to turn of this noise pollution and racket. That is the generation gap for you anno 2017....

The music on this fifty minutes long album is a bit funky and repetetive. The formula sounds a bit in a need of a renewal. The band rocks on in the same tempo throughout these fifty minutes.

This is by no means a bad album. It is a decent to good album. But it is not as good as their first three albums.

2.5 points

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