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"...Could it be the birth of cult boogie?"
THE OBELISK RADIO
"This album is going to explode within the Stoner Rock scene over the next few weeks. Mark my words. Doublestone are on the verge of greatness!!!"
"...Matter of fact, 'Wingmakers' puts Kadavar's latest album to shame here, with so much more feel and nuance that it becomes hard to understand the disparity between the two bands in terms of profile. 'Wingmakers' is jam packed with heavy riffs which decay before your eyes in a sinister forest of compositional exploration."
"You don't even have to listen that assertively and you'll pick up little smatterings of every corner of classic rock. Nothing's left unexplored, psych, prog, southern rock, the early beginnings of the genre and its latter days alike, and naturally being good ol' Danes, there's nice subtle touch of Nordic twang underwriting the whole thing. It's quite a feat, managing to be so textured and diverse without falling over yourself or being too complex and bewildering."
RIDE WITH THE DEVIL
"Zwischen sämtlichen "Retro-Rock" Bands heutzutage gehört "Wingmakers" mit Sicherheit zu einem der stärksten Alben seines Genres."
MOS EISLEY MUSIC
"..., the title track, “Wingmakers”, is perhaps one of the best tracks on the album as I can’t really help myself from tapping my foot to the rhythm of the highly infectious riff. As the lyric “Trapped in eternity / no sign of light / a floating entity / drawn away to the other side” enters, I must admit I’m sold to this simple blend of semi-psychedelic imagery of the lyrics and the powerful riff that sounds like something straight out of the 70’s – due in no small part to producer Tony Reed’s magic touch."
"...This is not trippy acidic satanist biker rock, like Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats, nor is it Jethro Tull-evoking flutedriven evil hippie tunes like Jess and the Ancient Ones or Blood Ceremony. Doublestone delivers basic occult boogie rock with that simplicity that the danish do so well."
released November 6, 2013
Bo Blond on guitar & vocals
Kristian Blond on bass & backing vocals
Michael Bruun on drums & percussion
Tony Reed plays organ
Tony Reed and Jesper Bergstedt plays percussion on "III III III (Götterdämmerung)"
Produced by Tony Reed
Artwork by Johan August Christiansen
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