- Vinyl (8 November 2018)
- Original Release Date: 8 November 2018
- Number of Discs: 2
- Format: Import
- Label: Napalm Recordings
- ASIN: B07H2W28Q6
- Other Editions: Audio CD
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HEAR THE RIVERS
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The same question arises three years after the beautiful Rise Above The Meadow: Why are GREENLEAF not packing the biggest venues just like Queens Of The Stone Age? Well, it can`t be the fault of “Let It Out!”, the heavenly groovy opener of that album's follow up, Hear The Rivers. The rest of the album also turns out to be quite the mesmerizing bag of tricks that seizes the Swedish Stoner sound and enriches it with so many wonderful things, like the unforgettable riff-o-rama "Good Ol`Goat“ or the slow soulfeeder "We Are The Pawns“. An absolute gem of an album that is best kept in the family – which is why former GREENLEAF- and Dozer drummer Karl Daniel Lidén (Craft, Bloodbath, Crippled Black Phoenix amongst others) produced it. The bearded dudes will hit European roads in November with their seventh album Hear The Rivers, and it`s actually quite neat we don´t have to travel to anonymous stadiums to enjoy their live magic.
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Amazon.com: 6 reviews
Excellent and fun filled album30 March 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
Initially, my impressions of this album is that their two video releases were the best songs and many of the others didn't feel approachable. However, as I listened more, I started enjoying the rest of the album more as well. In the end, I've settled on loving this album. It's intricate, but not so much that it will definitely lose the casual listener (at least, not all the songs anyway lol). It has that fun factor, and the inclusion of a sax player was kind of a bold move. Overall, if you enjoy a hybrid of post metal and progressive metal, this album will scratch that itch immaculately. It's also worth noting that while vocal duties are shared with the bass player for the most part, the singer is consistently on point and in key AND you can actually understand what he is saying, which is relatively uncommon for growlers...and what he is saying is pretty profound in many instances. Quite the underrated lyricist(s) I'd say. I'm glad I bought this album.
A little different sounding.28 November 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
At times more roots sounding, other times more progressive. Hear The Rivers does not remind me of that classic Dozer sound, the way Rise Above The Meadow did, except for tracks 1 and 3. The dreamlike vocals and bass heavy guitar sound are still there, so is the main man Tommi Holappa. It looks like maybe a couple of changes on vocals and bass. This disc is going to take more time to get into. 4 full length cds since 2012 is alot. I'm a long time fan of this band and Swedish stoner rock in general. I just wish they would have toured the U.S.A. with label mates Monster Magnet, in support of Rise Above The Meadow, rather than rushing out another disc.
Not as good as previous stuff.2 December 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Big fan of these guys. Trails and Passes is their best work to me, but i love all the albums. On this one, they turn up the haze and fuzz, but turn down the blues. The songs here dont distinguish themselves nearly as much as in pevious albums. Its not a bad album, but theyve done better.
Rock and roll9 April 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
Great song writing and production