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Boomkat Product Review:
With a cover featuring an irate looking gang of bikers with guns, you’d be forgiven for assuming that Tivol were making an alternative soundtrack to George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead, but to be quite honest, you wouldn’t be far from the truth. The Finnish pscyh-metal God botherers have come up with something that wouldn’t sound out of place ringing out as zombies ripped the flesh from their human antagonists. There are three gigantic tracks spread across almost 40 minutes, you know the score by now, deep drones, chugging metal, lo-fi recording – in fact Tivol could be compared to fellow Finnish pscyh-metal stalwarts Circle, and even more so their offshoot Pharoah Overlord. All of these bands share a dirty, alcoholic aesthetic; grimy detuned chords, clattering pots and pans percussion and that all important NOISE. If you’re looking for some more droney goodness past Sunn o))), Earth, Boris and the aforementioned Circle then look no further, Tivol are quite prepared to take you to hell(sinki) and back, on a bike.