The Devil and the Almighty Blues are back with their third offering on the Blues For The Red Sun label. Their dark take on blues-tinged rock continues to defy easy categorization while transfixing audiences around Europe. Formed in the rock n’ roll underground of Oslo, Norway in 2010, The Devil And The Almighty Blues have captured the attention of blues and rock enthusiasts from all corners of the globe. Filled with a profound love for the old heroes of the blues walking hand in hand with rock, metal, country and last but not least punk, the band now presents their third full- length album, Tre, in cooperation with Blues For The Red Sun from Tromsø, Norway. Tre will doubtless please fans of the band’s other albums, showing a perfection of their unique style of self-described “heavy, repetitive and gooey blues”. The Devil And The Almighty Blues forgo studio tricks and endless rows of guitar pedals, opting instead for the tried-and-true method of attaining maximum tone through volume. Their music is slow, heavy, melodic and raw, all without losing the almighty blues out of sight. Their new take on blues-based rock is heavy without becoming metal, slow without being doom and bluesy without being overly- simplistic.