While coloured vinyl editions sold out in no time, 300+ copies on black vinyl can still be purchased via our European webstore: cmdistro.de/Tiamat/BlackVinylSo, better grab it fast as also black vinyl is limited to 600 copies.
Decibel’s Chris Dick also listed “Wildhoney” in the mag’s recent doom special, aptly describing its ageless brilliance:
“”Whatever That Hurts” breaks it’s all over for me. The Floydian rhythm into the power chorus – talking
about honey tea, psilocybe larvae, and silver spoons – is unadulterated magic. Followed by “The Ar”?
Jesus! The only other vaguely ‘metal’ song was “Visionaire”. The song’s slow churn and lullaby guitar
gives chills 20 years on. Edlund was smart to hire guitarist Magnus Sahlgren and drummer Lars Sköld
for “Wildhoney”. They are master musicians and, as such, they lifted TIAMAT’s ‘forward think’ to places beyond. No more is this evident in girl-getter “Do You Dream of Me?” and the wondrous “A Pocket Sized Sun”. Both utterly and ridiculously great! If “Wildhoney” isn’t exclusively doom, well, that doesn’t matter. TIAMAT’s pinnacle achievement is a top-lister regardless of genre.”