Thulsa Doom’s third release - one of the great hard rock records from Norway - is available again. Building on their first two records and eschewing neither the humor nor the riffs that made the band a quick staple of the Scandinavian stoner rock scene, ...And Then Take You To A Place Where Jars Are Kept was first unleashed in 2003. Not only popular with the stoners, the record earned two Norwegian Grammy nominations and is widely recognized as one of the country’s great rock records. Bjarte Lund Rolland of Kvelertak says: “If the ‘Seats...’ album is Norway’s take on ‘Blues for the Red Sun’, then ‘...Jars’ is the equivalent to ‘Songs for the Deaf’: this masterpiece does the same job of lifting stoner rock out of the blues-doom-jam-hell the genre became at a certain point. Less stoner, more rock, less riff parodies and more SONGS, all made with finesse and a swagger that stands up to anything ever released in Norway. ‘...Jars’ is fully formed, all the songs are classics, the dynamics and variations makes this album one of very few in Norwegian rock that stands for a fabulous listen from start to finish. It’s my favorite album in the Thulsa-canon, the soundtrack to my early days, vorspiel-killer, tour-bus-blaster, and it has been the inspiration to start many a band, including Kvelertak”. Duplex Records has reissued ...And Then Take You To A Place Where Jars Are Kept and remastered it for this special occasion.