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March , 2023

 Riff Haven podcast, ep 317 features "At My Feet (Hounds of Hell)" 

March 5, 2022

Empathica Radio plays At My Feet (Hounds of Hell) on their episode 160 

Episode #171 of Deathrattle Podcast features At My Feet (Hounds of Hell)

February 27, 2023

The Ear to the Ground radio show on WXNAFM out of Nashville, Tennessee plays At My Feet (Hounds of Hell)

February 12, 2023

Radio614 plays Pushing My Way on the Cultural Popcorn show.

February 7, 2023

Pushing My Way featured on Riff Haven podcast, ep 314

January 18, 2023

Twin Moons is featured on Sound Kharma's "Short Cuts" podcast, ep 74.

January 12, 2023

Molosser Crude were invited to the Slightly Fuzzed podcast

January 9, 2023

Deathrattle Podcast included Twin Moons in their episode #166!

November 28, 2022

Empathica Radio episode 156 features Pushing My Way!


(Click on the orange link to read the full review in its natural habitat)

August 28, 2023

Doomed Nation has spread the word about Bye Bye Grace.

August 25, 2023

Silence Magazin (Das endgültige Metal-Magazin!) have reviewed Bye Bye Grace:

"Down-to-earth, honest and full of power, the duo's mighty stoner blues creates excitement."

August 25, 2023

Clown Magazine has made a shout out about Bye Bye Grace.

August 25, 2023

Turn Up the Volume Blog is first out to review the new Bye Bye Grace single.

"No arty-farty stuff here, folks. MC are alive and raw and they kick ass."

August 24, 2023

OK, this one is punched in later since we missed it when it came along. The above is not really true, because La Habitacion 235 reviewed Bye Bye Grace right on the release date. Thank you!

February 28, 2023

Mango Wave has reviewed At My Feet (Hounds of Hell) under the heading "Deconstructing Stoner Blues"´.

"The Stoner Noise Hardcore Blues bastard sound is catchy despite its progressive structure and it easily lulls the audience into a hazy state of beautiful intoxication."

February 23, 2023

Info Music has reviewed At My Feet (Hounds of Hell).

"The context is particularly rock and roll and grants a surge of hormones that will make you want to tap your feet and nod your head briskly."

February 21, 2023

Headbangers News has written about At My Feet (Hounds of Hell).

"Tones of stoner rock inspired by Black Sabbath and Lucifer and the attitude of punk rock"

February 21, 2023

If it's Too Loud has reviewed At My Feet (Hounds of Hell)!

"'At My Feet (Hounds of Hell)' is a dark, menacing song that makes you want to groove as hard as you can headbang to it. You're going to want to crank this one up and give it as many listens as you can handle."

February 21, 2023

Music for All have some good things to say about

At My Feet (Hounds of Hell).

“'At My Feet (Hounds of Hell)' definitely shakes the atmosphere and leaves the rock and roll ember in the listener's heart lit!"

February 20, 2023

TJPL News has written about At My Feet (Hounds of Hell).

"MOLOSSER CRUDE are bringing the punch back to rock. Their punk grunge sound is so authentic that it feels like it belongs in a genre all its own."

February 18, 2023

Heavystoned.eu have made some interesting observations in their review of At My Feet (Hounds of Hell).

"Tess´ drums are drums and also a rhythm guitar, Jahn´s guitar sounds like a bastard between a bass- and a baritone guitar, so this couple plays like a clockwork; it´s improvisation and skills and comprehension and hunch for what comes next, no matter from whom."

February 17, 2023

La Habitacion 235 has reviewed At My Feet (Hounds of Hell).

"The chemistry between Tess and Jahn is formidable (...) in this massive onslaught of sound from a brawny, loud rock duo ."

February 17, 2023

Hard Rock Info features a to-the-point review of At My Feet (Hounds of Hell).

"It's a litlle odd somehow. It's more noisey and loud, and even more raw and dirty as well."

February 17, 2023

Monster Riff reviews At My Feet (Hounds of Hell) along with a premiere of the live-in-the-studio video.

"A wild, unpredictable, and catchy tune"

January 23, 2023

Monster Riff has a review/shout out for free Bandcamp codes for Twin Moons. This blog is well worth checking out even if you already have the single!

"There’s a certain primal energy that propels each and every Delta Blues- and Desert Rock-inspired song forward."

January 22, 2023

Twin Moons is included on Sunday's Heavy Tunes! Go there for more of the good stuff!

"𝙒𝙚𝙡𝙘𝙤𝙢𝙚 𝙩𝙤 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙧𝙤𝙪𝙜𝙝, 𝙝𝙤𝙩-𝙨𝙤𝙞𝙡𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙡𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙤𝙛 𝙥𝙨𝙮𝙘𝙝𝙚𝙙𝙚𝙡𝙞𝙘 𝙙𝙧𝙤𝙣𝙚, 𝙗𝙤𝙤𝙩𝙮-𝙨𝙪𝙘𝙠𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝟳𝟬'𝙨 𝙙𝙚𝙡𝙩𝙖 𝙗𝙡𝙪𝙚𝙨 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙖𝙙𝙙𝙞𝙘𝙩𝙞𝙫𝙚 𝙢𝙚𝙡𝙤𝙙𝙞𝙘 𝙫𝙤𝙞𝙘𝙚-𝙨𝙢𝙤𝙩𝙝𝙚𝙧𝙞𝙣𝙜"

January 18, 2023

Sound Kharma features Twin Moons  on their blog and on their "Short Cuts" video podcast!

January 14, 2023

Reliquias de Mostaza has published a red-hot review of Twin Moons under the heading "Molosser (fucking) Crude ... dude". Nothing for those who prefer watered-down write-ups, but a splendid read for everyone else!

"This song is live as fuck and is a living being, created out of a long tradition of killer music"

January 13, 2023

If It's Too Loud has reviewed Twin Moons

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Dark Strudel, January 13, 2023

Twin Moons, the Crude Molosser

I have a number of reasons to dislike this. I will explain them and you know how the format goes I will finish by gushing with praise. Fuck me, 2023 is turning into a good year, already I have THREE songs that in normal years would be fighting to be my song of the year.

Molosser I have liked before. I think one of the first reviews I did after I gave up on photocopying my fanzine and trying to sell it in venues and I went to the world of the internet, was Molosser. I have been clinically dead twice since then. Possibly it happened. It was early. I loved the tenderness and the violence of their music. Seductive and dangerous. It is easy to drop pairs of words together in English and make yourself sound clever. Artful and innocent. Tuneful and dissonant. They wereall those things. I also remember saying that I wanted to hear a whole new album exploring their ideas and their direction. So I have a reason to dislike Molosser Crude, because this is precisely the band not following through in the way that I, the listener demanded.

But that is what real artists do. Fuck me, my opinion is worth nothing.

I have another reason. I dislike cliches. I dislike repeating things that have gone before that were mightier, fuller, more novel, more inspired. Music is not like carpentry. We do not simply get better at it with every year. Music leaps. It reboots. It reignites. Could Molosser Crude be a cliche? Well we have beautifully detuned guitars, doing the work of three instruments in one. We have beat-perfect drumming that relives so many of the very best grunge moments of the last 15 years. We have vocals that burn and soar. Haven't we heard this before? Isn't this just a two-person version of many bands that walked the same pavement?

I don't think it is. There may be elements of homage. Of love for a form. But this is original.

The songwriting, the story, the interplay are still there in Molosser Crude. They are repackaged in a form that is probably more instant and approachable in a highly competitive space. Perhaps people that hear this will wonder and will come to adore the subtlety of their acoustic work. But that does not matter because this song is absolutely brilliant on every level by itself.

If I think of this band as a new band I have never heard before, I love this.

That is enough. Molosser Crude owe us nothing. They have made a song that is beautifully structured, sounds incredible, bursts with humanity, captures the imagination and is infused with tradition in a genre without being a slave to it.


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January 12, 2023

NenesButler Presents have a short and sweet review of Twin Moons.

"... finest pure raw energy Stoner Rock aus dem hohen Norden"

January 12, 2023

Molosser Crude were invited to the Slightly Fuzzed podcast to look at some really ... interesting record covers and guess which were real and which were "fuzzed". Many laughs! 

January 11, 2023

Here's a special treat - Mark Erickson of East Portland Blog stumbled across Molosser Crude on Bandcamp, liked what he heard and wrote the nicest review!

"Smokin’ hot! Forget the genre-just snap your fingers and snap your neck."

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Joyzine UK, January 11, 2023

Molosser Crude - Twin Moons

Recently, going through Joyzine submissions, nothing has really drawn my attention too much, much of it was just fine, but nothing struck me down. A few emails got neglected for a few weeks, then a spare moment came along. It started the same way, but then for the first time in a while, I opened a link and straight away I was drawn in. This wasMolosser Crudeand the single ‘Twin Moons’.

The track has a fantastic dirty, bluesy bass line that gets stuck in your head as soon as you hear it. Then to top it off, drummer and singer Tess comes in, with gorgeous, powerful vocals that complete this belter of a track. It’s hard to believe that ‘Twin Moons’ is created by a duo rather than a larger piece band.

The band are from Sweden, and are an electric offshoot of acoustic band Molosser. The ‘crude’ part of their name is a good way to describe their electric incarnation. The set up is simple, a duo who manage to fill their room with their sound, two guitar amps, a bass amp and e-drums that get bashed just as hard as ‘real’ drums. They’ve named their sound as ‘hardcore stoner blues’

Whatever label you want to give them, I’m definitely loving what I’ve heard so far and excited to hear more from this vibrant new band. Molosser/ Molosser Crude, are the first of my bands to watch this year, as I’m sure we are going to be hearing much more from them.

- Review by Hayley Foster da Silva

"I’m definitely loving what I’ve heard so far and excited to hear more from this vibrant new band"

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January 11, 2023

La Habitacion 235 has published a nice review of Twin Moons!

January 11, 2023

The Tinnitist feature Twin Moons on their "Songs to waky you up" video mixtape.

January 11, 2023

Swedish Rocknytt feature the Twin Moons video on their website!

January 10, 2023

The Obelisk has both premiered and reviewed the new video, Twin Moons. The Obelisk is a must-read, not just for this!

“Twin Moons” bodes well and is a banger to boot.

January 09, 2023

Hard Rock Info is first out to review Twin Moons.

"It's mean and ugly, but not in a bad way. If you want it raw and dirty, then this could be something for you."

January 9, 2023

Deathrattle Podcast included the new single, Twin Moons,  in their episode #166! Go there for that and lots of other heavy stuff!

December 7, 2022

Info Music has reviewed Pushing My Way:

"With songs of this quality, we are curious to discover the continuation of the adventures of Molosser CRUDE."

November 14, 2022

Hard Rock Info has published a review of Pushing My Way that gets it all said in a few hard-hitting sentences.

"This is really raw and dirty, as well as hard and heavy, yet bluesy and energetic. Really cool stuff that you have to hear."

November 7, 2022

Indie Chronique has published an uplifting review of Pushing My Way. It's in French, but Google Translate actually work pretty fine on this one.

"We who needed a boost to get through the week, we found the track that will be its soundtrack."

October 23, 2022

Monster Riffs highlight the Pushing My Way video as

"What We Love This Week"

October 9, 2022

Outlaws of the Sun feature a nice piece about Molosser Crude in their splendid blog about all kinds of hard and heavy music.

October 6, 2022

Reliquias de Mostaza is the successor of the venerable fuck-you-I'll-write-whatever-I-please Mustard Relics blog, and we are extremely proud to announce that it features a MASSIVE interview with Molosser Crude. As the Mustard Man himself puts it:

"Between being blown the fuck away with Bye Bye Grace along with that one-pager, it somehow became a Mission from God to Interview the Band..."

The piece also includes a review of Tess and Jahn that we, though blushing, can't help but quote:

"On top of slaying in the music department, these two remind me that the human race does have some good left in it."

 Do read the interview! 

October 4, 2022

Os Garrotos de Liverpoool include Pushing My Way in their recommendations

October 3, 2022

Mango Wave treats us with a yummy review of Pushing My Way. Get a bite of it here, follow the orange link for a full, fruity experience.

"From the Mississippi Delta to the Scandinavian tundra with a little detour over the Sahara,Molosser Crude have brought us the heavy sound we need for the next winter. 9/10 Mangoes"

October 3, 2022

Headbangers News reviews Pusing My Way - in Portuguese, since it's a Brazillian site, but here's a snippet of what Google Translate gave us (follow the orange link to read the rest):

"A dark and unique sound atmosphere."

October 3, 2022

Hot Rock has published a very short but to-the-point review of Pushing My Way. We quote it in its entirety:

"One word: Excellent"

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heavystoned.eu, October 1, 2022

Molosser Crude - Pushing my Way

The usual Swedish stone-grinding power stations were those Volvo knick-dumpers which work on huge constructions, keeping their path through no matter what kind of ground and landscape, crushing all the layers of soil and stone below their huge wheels. So this the musical transfer of the sheer power of Volvo knick-dumpers. Groovy, heavy and melodic with a fantastic powerful female voice which is quite rarein the Stoner community. Six minutes of unpredictable good music. A tasty appetizer for their upcoming shows and their new record.

"Six minutes of unpredictable good music."

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October 1, 2022

Sinusoidal Music has reviewed Pushing My Way

Molosser CRUDE has surely made a song that sounds so incredible and raw.

September 30, 2022

Pushing My way is featured on the front page of Nenesbutler Presents

September 23, 2022

The Tinnitist has shared the "Pushing My Way" video on their Weekend mixtape, "Songs that are not to be missed". Thank you!

September 14, 2022

Izzy the Gent has written about Molosser CRUDE. Since it's a short, sweet story and located on Instagram we'll print the whole shebang:

Molosser is always evolving, always pushing their creativity. Changing up like a southpaw, we are hit with a left hook as Tess gets behind the drums. Her drumming is emotional. One feels the hits, the subtle pauses between beats. It's truly exemplary.
Her vocals have always reminded me of Alice In Chains. Now with the addition of live drums and a single distorted guitar, they carve themselves another lane.
Molosser Crude is to me a mix of The White Stripes, Alice In Chains and a little Alanis Morissette.

Tune in and find out. Follow@molosser_crude

July 20, 2022

Roadie Metal has reviewed Molosser CRUDE's Bye Bye Grace.

"The song, dense Stoner Rock with good weight and good melodies, shows the duo's potential to present great future works."

June 15, 2022

Heavy Connector features Molosser CRUDE's Bye Bye Grace as video of the day!

June 13, 2022

Nene's Butler Presents has an outstanding feature on Molosser CRUDE and Bye Bye Grace, complete with an interview!

"'Bye Bye Grace' sounds in this 'Molosser CRUDE Version' extraordinarily brilliant and creates a powerful psychedelic mood"

June 10, 2022

Blues Bunny has reviewed Molosser CRUDE's Bye Bye Grace .

"Primitive perhaps but "Bye Bye Grace" is worthy of a listen at maximum volume."

June 9, 2022

The Tinnitist has included Molosser CRUDE's video of Bye Bye Grace on the  Songs That Are An Embarrassment Of Riches video mixtape! 

"Close your eyes and click on any one of these tracks; odds are you’ll pick a winner. In fact, if you can’t find at least 20 new songs to put into heavy rotation on your own playlist, you might want to reconsider your life choices."