Hymns of the Damned

by Hazemaze

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mypeaceb4u Far up on the spectrum of heavy trip doom. Favorite track: Lobotomy.
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Schwermetallisch Reviews these guys know their fuzzy craft. Heavy as life itself, hypnotizing like a black-hole and unstoppable like a steamroller. They destroy in slow-motion and I really love the fact Ludwig Andersson rather sounds like John Garcia than Ozzy. The riffs are strong with this one, bass lines undergirding and drums that top it off
Colin M.
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Colin M. Oh, damn. Hazemaze conjure up a swirling, fuzzy, dark psych mire of devilish doom. I like this more with every listen. Killer! Favorite track: Lobotomy.
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FDJ Hazemaze doing what Hazemaze do best, laying down grooves that take you away from your humdrum lives for a short spell and propel you into soundscapes tinted in rainbow coloured doomic hues Favorite track: Shadow in the Night.
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Crinklechips A well earned No.1 on the Doom Charts.

A swirly, psychedelic, Sabbathian bad acid trip. Excellent! Favorite track: Shadow in the Night.
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paul rote Classic early doom vibes . Sounds like the founding fathers of doom . Favorite track: Morbid Lust.
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Hazemaze is a stoner/doom power trio from Sweden that took form in Spring 2016. The band first began with the intention of becoming a garage-rock outfit, but that all changed when they come to realize that they all shared the same passion for seventies hard rock. 6 months later, the band recorded their first EP “Wicked Ways” and began playing shows around Stockholm and other cities nearby. However, it wasn't long before they evolved a more doom-oriented sound.

Two years later, their self-titled debut album was released, and the response was overwhelmingly positive response from every corner of the stoner/doom scene. Now it’s time for the next chapter in the story of Hazemaze, a record that is far heavier, darker and doomier than its predecessor. “Hymns of the Damned” will see the light of day in the fall of 2019.


released November 22, 2019


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