Down-n’-dirty blues rock with a distinctly Scandinavian twist: Woodland crank it up on their CGR sophomore LP Bad Days In Disguise and deliver nine tracks of fuzzy goodness. Woodland made their debut on the scene in 2011, further tipping the scales towards Trondheim as Norway’s rock n’ roll capital city. While the core of their sound is rooted in blues, the five-piece band (featuring Spidergawd bassist Hallvard Gaardløs) adds subtle complexity in the ways of melody, rhythm and clever production. Bad Days In Disguise sees the band moving further from their origins towards a heavier, harder-rocking sound that sometimes reminds of the Black Keys or even Rival Sons. Instead of leaning heavily on the blues, the band wades through the past decades of rock heritage from the swinging 60’s to the explosion of 70’s hard rock and the dirty, unruly garage revival of the 00’s - all the while keeping the trademark melodic overtones so characteristic of the Scandinavian scene. Bad Days in Disguise is available on yellow/black marbled vinyl including CD from Crispin Glover Records and distributed in Europe exclusively by Stickman Records.