Its the dawn of the long awaited sequel to The Untamed''s debut album, "Eerie Stories" (Heptown Rec. ï03), which established the three headed twang monster as one of Denmark''s most exciting combos both on wax and at the live venues in Northern Europe. Sequels are usually weaker than the original, but "Strange Unknown" improves on already documented truimphs and conquests as the thirteen rock''n''roll nitro parasites eat their way into your defenseless skull. The Untamed are seasoned creatures of the Copenhagen rock''n''roll and punkrock scene (The Burnouts, Hellvis Deadly, Jetsons etc.) but age sure hasnït mellowed our funloving fiends. Nope, the sound is meaner, rawer and more carnivorous, literally, just listen to the first single "The Cannibal King", a track so fierce Reverend Horton-Heat would''ve sold his soul and sideburns to write an equal. Marco Burro''s scorching guitar tears new assholes in the ozone layer, yet his singing and hollering has never sounded more superior and catchy. His wife Helle Hellcat''s piledriving bass erupts in volcanic explosions, and Jakob''s rabid caveman voodoo drums perfectly completes this lethal rhythm section. This is a postcard from the grave to the followers of Link Wray and The Cramps, get ready to do the savage jungle hop with The Untamed - its a hot dawn for the strange unknown, yes, THE CAT IS BACK!!!