The Great Nothing

by Kingnomad

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Hux Whoa, no offense, but these trout-mongers SERIOUSLY improved from their last outing. Impressive songwriting and luscious production. Prog-ish but not overbearing. Top marks all around. Favorite track: Cosmic Serpent.
Colin M.
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Colin M. Something about this sublime offering of psychedelic 70s doom clicks for me in a way that "Mapping..." (which I still liked quite a bit) never really did. I'm really enjoying the hell out of Kingnomad's latest. Favorite track: The Great Nothing.
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FDJ Spacey return from one of Sweden's finest, Kingnomad. Great rhythmic grooves ultra cool vocals and cooler riffs make for an interesting and highly enjoyable listen.
Full review here … stonerking1.blogspot.com/2018/07/kingnomad-great-nothing-review.html Favorite track: All Those Things . . ..
Héctor Hurtado Grooscors
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Héctor Hurtado Grooscors With their sophomore album, Kingnomad goes further into jazz fusion and prog rock territory. This album is a grower, give it a chance and you'll love it! Favorite track: The Great Nothing.
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Brilliant, long-awaited Second album by the Swedish occult Doom rockers. Features the single “The Mysterious Agreement “

RIYL: Uncle Acid & the deadbeats. Sleep. Electric Wizard. Mars Red Sky. Black Sabbath. Orchid. Dead Meadow. Ghost.

Genre: Occult Doom Rock

Band Members
Marcus.
Mr Jay.
Maximilian.
Mano.

Amazing art by Anders Muammar

Hometown: Sweden

Heavy psychedelic 70s progressive doom rock.

“I don’t know what it is about Sweden but, man… their music is so good! There’s something about their art – it’s authentic, deep and passionate in so many levels. I personally hold a higher standard when it comes to Swedish music; I know I can always expect something special. When I first listened to Mapping The Inner Void, I had actually no idea Kingnomad was a Swedish band. When I found out, I could only think “Of course. It makes perfect sense.

This is some of the highest-quality, Swedish doom metal you’ll be listening to in a while. “ —More Fuzz

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released July 6, 2018

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