By Dave Teeuwen
There is a disturbing trend in rock these days: the false belief that copying Van Halen, Kiss and The Cult means unbelievable fame. While the Unband and Blink 182 dabble in those ’80s-drenched black arts, Gluecifer is the unrivaled lord of the rock underworld.
Tender is the Savage is a double-disc tribute to all the favourite bands these washed up wannabes listened to in Sweden. It makes no sense to have a double-album set when the first disk is only 35 minutes long. And only 10 minutes of painful listening will have you beating your CD player for accepting the horrid disk into its electronic maw. Steer clear, I warn ye.