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Review: Wolves Like Us — Black Soul Choir

Review: Wolves Like Us — Black Soul Choir

With a pedigree of previous bands as strong as you're likely to find anywhere amidst the fjords, this Norwegian quartet's brand of heavy rock is meaty and muscular,  whether it's galloping through the fury of "When Will We Ever Sleep" or ripping through the fierce dynamics of tracks such as the kinetic "Dig with Your Hands." Lyrical references to Charles Bukowski and Elizabeth Carter score egghead points, but the real smarts are in the taut and tight delivery of the 10 tracks. GARY GRAFF

Check out "I Don't Need To Be Forgiven" from Black Soul Choir.

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