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SAHG - I - CANDLELIGHT  
Sahg is a new Norwegian band, which is compared to names like Pentagram, Kyuss, Monster Magnet and Electric Wizard by its label. The band is indeed of the “doom and gloom” variety, although better comparisons would be Ozzy Osbourne’s doomier moments and early Soundgarden. Oddly enough - this is bound to surprise - Sahg is made up of musicians who earned their keep in Gorgoroth and Manngard. Past a useless intro, the song Repent takes its sweet leaf time to get going. My personal favourite track, Soul Exile, sounds like something Fireball Ministry would record. Black Passage ends in a heavy torrent of thundering bass, which is heard on most of the album. In contrast to the distorted bass and the continuous toms, the snare is buried in the mixed. Iversen does not quite hit all the notes he attempts either, but his crooning fits the band like a glove. Aside from the enjoyable parts Sahg I indeed features meandering songs that don’t go anywhere (appropriately enough River Running Dry is one), but isn’t that the point of acid rock anyway? - Ali “The Metallian”




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