...Lurar ut dig på prärien definitely falls on the stoner side of the doom scale, but that's a good thing here. The album only contains 3 tracks but it clocks in just over 33 minutes in total. That should give you an idea how deep these Swedes delve into the psychedelic side of things. The overall sound reminds me of The Munsters theme song, if everyone was on acid and Herman slaughtered the entire family at the end of each episode. I really can't think of an apt band comparison, because this sounds like nothing I've ever heard before. Perhaps you could say Salem's Pot is like a heavier, more malevolent Uncle Acid. It's like a combo of the 60s and 70s, which is pretty cool in my book. These guys sound like they are dooming out in Mod-era London, a few years before Sabbath wrote the book on doom.
The guitars and bass are predictably fuzzed out throughout the record, but the tone and tempo never drag, even considering the extra long songs. The vocals are heavily processed, but one can still make out the lyrics, which deal largely with agony and despair. The vocalist really nails the part here, sounding like he's pleading for his life with every shriek and wail. The extra instrumentation - organs and such - are what give the album it's unique feel. I listened to this album three times in a row in the car and it seemed like I was listening to 90 minutes of new music, and it still creeped me out the third time through. Via the magic of internet translation, I found out that ...Lurar ut dig på prärien translates to "fooling you out on the prarie", which makes absolutely zero sense and only adds to the weirdo vibe.
...Lurar ut dig på prärien comes out on April 29, 2014 on EasyRider Records. I can't recommend this album highly enough if you are looking for the psychedelic soundtrack to your nightmares.