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Their roots are firmly planted in heavy rock, melodic aggression and despair. They have conquered the stoner rock kids and breathed fiery life into the classic rock snobs. Now Thulsa Doom’s branches are growing with twigs of Kiss and Crimson; strong wooden arms hold Skynyrd, Ween and Bob Dylan, and progressive leaves of soulful, poignant, intricate gems cover the ground. And there are nuts, lots of nuts. ...and with the release of their new album “Ambition Freedom” the tree itself will stretch right in through your bedroom window and grab you. Just like the one in Poltergeist. Thulsa Doom’s debut album “The Seats Are Soft But the Helmet Is Way Too Tight” (2001) made a big splash in the stoner rock community with excellent reviews all around, including a 5 out of 5 at Allmusic.com. The band’s sophomore “…And Then Take You To A Place Where Jars Are Kept” (2003) earned them two Norwegian Grammy nominations, and is widely recognized as one of the best rock-releases from Norway ever. «A Keen Eye for the Obvious» was released in 2018 and was instantly recognized as the greatest comeback since Batman. The band that once was a cherished but well-kept secret has now become a national treasure because of the timeless qualities of their albums and unforgettable live shows. Relentlessly rehearsing and playing shows all over Norway and for dubious but welcoming crowds in central Europe has once again inspired Thulsa Doom to make new music. “Ambition Freedom” will not harm you in any way, but it might rearrange your heart and refurbish your belief in Rock. “Ambition Freedom” will confuse many, but for others it will lead the way. You will wish it never stops, and it doesn’t have to. It’s a record. Spin it again



RIYL: Mid 90s Detroit/Kiss worshipping scando invasion: Hellacopters (WHite Jazz Era), GLuecifer, Turbonegro (Hank era)... amped up action rock... tasty!!

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