BATTLE HELM MAGAZINE

Gross Grolland have a name that makes me think of a movie with Jack Lemon about an office and some salesmen. Nothing in common with the music that Gross Grolland makes. It’s just the way my mind works. Musically I have a hard time getting to grips with the album. At first I thought it would be a take on Rammstein but as it progressed it turned more into a heavy thrash album, kinda like The Haunted with Marko Aro on vocals, or a Pantera with even more stones in their pockets. That they sing in their native tongue adds to the experience. It gives the music that exotic edge of not knowing what’s going on. Once I ditched any notion of hearing a Rammstein-esque I started to enjoy the heavy thrash that Gross Grolland presents me with.

Anders Ekdahl (BATTLE HELM MAGAZINE)

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