There?s a wave of 70?s rock in Orebro, Sweden coz lately I have done reviews of Fuzzrock bands Truckfighters, Asteroid and Blowback but now also Orebro based Burning Saviours came to my attention. "Hundus" is in fact their 2nd release and even if this is heavy rock the early 70?s way, you can?t compare their sound with the other bands mentioned above coz Burning Saviours do not focus on fuzzrock but more into the psychedelic rock genre where bands like Iron Butterfly, Steppenwolf, Led Zeppelin and Captain Beyond comes in mind. When guest musician Mats Gawell uses his flute, my thoughts go to Jethro Tull right away and if I close my eyes - I will travel to 1972 in the blink of an eye. The album opens rather weak with "Out of sight" but gets better on the second track "Dark lady" where the band shows that they can sound just as good as their influences. Also the 7 minute long "Lilly Marion" is a nice moment on this 40 minute long album but there are a few fillers that makes me wanna push the forward button on my cd player. However, fans of 70?s rock should give these guys a chance coz it?s really an ok album!