We’d like to thank everyone who came out to the release party last week at KGB!
Swedish guitarist bible Fuzz just reviewed the album, possibly with the best one so far, read it here!
Some more reviews of the album are also comin’ in, here’s quoting the US web magazine Dangerdog Music Reviews with 4,5 out of 5: “There’s some real butt-kicking rock songs here like Tag Along and Filler. Dig some boogie blues, with nice harp from Mr. Ronander, on Hounds of Hell. Straight up heavy rock on Tiny Joe. PS3 is not afraid of some radio-friendly accessibility, notable on So Crazy You Amaze Me, or the groovy Love Letter. The album rounds out with big guitar riffage rock on Suck Face and Full of Yourself, and the slow burn of blues rock on Saviour. Nice.” Click here for the full review!
Another early review, great one too! 4 out of 5 wrenches and the editorial staff’s favourite album of the month in the major Swedish lad-mag Slitz.
Stay tuned in the coming days for some gig announcements, including the first summer festival…
One thing we can tell you at the moment is that we will be hosting a release party on Wednesday the 15th of February, in Stockholm, at Mats’ “home turf” KGB. We’ll start around 19:00, hanging out, listening to our favorite music and also spinning the new record, to be followed by a gig at 21:00. Free admission! Welcome, y’all!
Pontus Snibb 3 is happy to finally announce all the details about the release of the long-awaited debut album, Loud Feathers, which will be released of the 15th of February 2012. The band has signed to Rootsy, the fine Malmö based label that also released Pontus’ last solo album (Admiral Street Recordings 2).
Loud Feathers consists of eleven songs, recorded mostly live in three days in May 2011 at Gig Studios in Stockholm, with Conny Wall engineering, mixing and mastering. The album also features three top-notch guests musicians: Electric Boys/Hanoi Rocks guitar hero Conny Bloom, Mustasch main man Ralf Gyllenhammar and the legendary Mats Ronander.
Here’s two videos shot by our buddy Johnny Lundqvist from our recent gig at Marie Laveau in Stockholm on the 21st of April: the Pontus Snibb 3 rendition of the Steve Miller Band tune Rock’n Me. As well as the original composition Multiple Personalities, originally found on Pontus Snibb’s solo album online gaming Admiral Street Recordings.