Finally the last album from Sweden's Dogbreath, »Taste It!«, gest an official release. Previously only available in a »homemade«, extremely limited edition, it's now available in a slightly remastered version, with new artwork and a bonus video track.
»Taste It!« is rerelesed because it's a way too good album to be kept as a secret for a few hardcore fans.
»When you receive a release like this you can't drool just enough; no matter how many superlatives I can muster to throw at it - you still won't understand just how fresh and joyous a listening experience this is! I think to compare this group's sound to somebody else would serve as injustice; you could easily pick out elements of other bands sounds, which are present here, but as a collective entity what Dogbreath produce is the kind of originality, without tune-sacrificing, you probably thought was dead in modern music..maybe prehistoric for the Blues..
- Darren Howells, Blues Matters, UK
«They rock much harder and groove far deeper than any band from Solleftea Sweden has a right too. But then you realize....Oh Yeah! Solleftea is a sister city to Madison Mississippi and it all makes sense! Their album is the best 34 minutes i've spent in a very long time. Mere words cannot do it justice. Only volume can.''
- Rick Saunders, Deep Blues, US
1. I Don't Know
2. Fuck It Up!
3. Gotta Go
4. Hold Me
5. Taste It!
8. Sets Me Free
9. God Damn Liar
10. You're to Blame!
11. I Know