Finally also on LP-vinyl is the album from 2012 - right in time for the 2014 tourdates in March/April! Are you missing the good old time of 70s Rock ? Here is the answer - this is the revolution. Chris Winter then took his rock and roll visions to create a
spaced out, rock, fuzz and psyched out band called The Black Explosion. The musical style is rooted in rock & roll although it draws big influences from space-rock, soul, blues, noise and psych. After the end of his band Dollhouse - Chris Winter took his rock and roll visions to create a spaced out, rock, fuzz and psyched out band called The Black Explosion. Chris recently signed a deal with German label Flying Dolphin Entertainment/ Metalville to release the bands upcoming and first album Servitors Of The Outer Gods
during fall 2012. In 2013 the band released their second album Elements of Doom. Now they have a full tour in march. This vinyl release comes in connection with the tour. "When I first heard of the band THE BLACK EXPLOSION I immediately expected some type of Norwegian Black Metal band straight out of the 90s, but surprisingly enough these guys seem to be straight out of the 60s. Think of LED ZEPPELIN meets BLACK SABBATH, the high screaming vocals and distorted bass will have you agreeing with me in no time. This album was really enjoyable to listen to, I found myself playing tracks 4 and 7 (“Sun Eater” & “Show Me”) a good several times. This is some great heavy Rock that I’m sure most people would enjoy. I still can’t believe this was released in the 21st century, this album sounds like one of those timeless classic vinyl albums you have stuck up on your wall or next to your record player. Honestly I’m more of a Metal type of guy but something about this made me want to hear more of their music. The
sixth track entitled “It’s Alright”gave me a real vibe of DEEP PURPLE’s 1972 classic “Highway Star”off of their award winning album “Machine Head”.