Sunwølf is a new favourite band of mine and I would probably have missed out of their brilliant and versatile Beholden To Nothing And No One if Matt from Sunwølf hadn’t contacted me and asked me to listen to them. As I’m sitting here writing these words I am listening to their first two albums Beyond the Sun from 2012 andMidnight Moon from 2013 which both offers really enjoyable instrumental ambient post-rock/drone recordings with a combination of a nice relaxing warmth and grand emotionless space. Midnight Moon has some stoner rock influences, which I like, who doesn’t like fat vibrating guitars? Well enough about the old stuff! Onwards to 2014 and a completely different chapter for Sunwølf.
Read the full review here: http://metalbandcamp.com/2014/07/sunwolf-beholden-to-nothing-and-no-one.html
(This is a rewritten review of my original review: http://majbritt.levinsen.se/2014/06/sunwolf-beholden-to-nothing-and-no-one/)