Sneglefeber sends the listener out on a bone-crushing-heavy crawl on a gravel road with the stomach as the primary means of transportation. The band mixes slow slimy riffs with harsh desperate screams into a strongly addictive doom-drink. Lead-heavy rock with an added mixture of acid and horror The pegs are turned backward, the pitch reduced tremendously, and the amplifiers turned up to the max in the quartet Sneglefeber from Aarhus, Denmark. The band tunes in on the nerve of the lead-heavy blues-based rock where the bass is tuned down and dragging guitar riffs reigns. With inspiration from groups such as Neurosis and Sleep, Sneglefeber is not afraid of moving around in the more psychedelic and jamming corners of the doom and sludge-genre. The band fearlessly mixes the wild lyric expressions, known from the more traditional heavy metal, with spaced-out and melodic drone passages. Sneglefeber's debut album consists of four heavy and long tracks about everything from parasite possessions and delusions to addiction, cult-following, and misanthropy. The album is released on the newly started record label KØRFIRS RECORDS a label dedicated to Danish-produced releases in a wide range of different genres. The record is produced at Nordsø Records in 150 copies on high-quality black vinyl with a full-color cover.