Since the previously unknown Arvid Jonsson took over the microphone at Greenleaf, the former Dozer/Lowrider side project has gained independence. His vocals, heard for the first time on his predecessor "Trails & Passes" (2014), gave the band even more classic rock compatibility. Moreover, the mighty riffs of the Dozer string expert Tommi Holappa have lost nothing of their heaviness and penetrating power.
After an extremely long run-up, a project initiated in 1999 finally became the established band Greenleaf. This became apparent at the latest when singer Arvid Jonsson joined "Trails & Passes" (2014). Almost 15 years earlier, the friendly musicians Tommi Holappa (Dozer guitarist), Daniel Lidén (Demon Cleaner drummer), Lowrider singer Peder Bergstrand and Dozer/Lowrider/Demon Cleaner producer Bengt Bäcke, who wanted to play bass, had simply wanted to let off steam elsewhere.
SPIDERGAWD - No Man's Land (3:52)
Album: III (2016)
Label/Distribution: Crispin Glover/Stickman/Soulfood
Spidergawd were more than just a motor psycho side project from the beginning, even though half of the quartet consists of Norwegian Trondheim motor psycho members (Bent Saether on bass and Kenneth Kapstad on drums). Spidergawd are a vehicle in their own right, as in the furious "No Man's Land".
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