Time for some Punk between all the Metal stuff. Soifass released a new album „Hypokrit“ after roughly six years of silence and the split-up in 2007 and reunion one year later. Streetpunk/rock and Co seems to be quite fashionable lately (Frei.Wild and Co), so the album has been released just at the right time!
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Inevitable Collapse In The Presence Of Conviction
Three years after their last release „Confrontation” SOILENT GREEN are now back with their complex mix of Grindcore, Death Metal, Doom, Sludge and Southern-Rock- influences.
And this was to expect of SOILENT GREEN… This new output fits into their complex and unconventional back catalogue. The guys are also active in bands like ... more/mehr
Stabbing The Drama
Well, if In Flames has become to experimental for your taste, you might switch to their countrymen Soilwork. „Stabbing The Drama“ sounds dynamic, extremely aggressive and guarantees uncompromising head banging pleasure. Highlights like „The Crestfallen", with its explosive guitar riffs, and the very modern sounding „Nerve“, ... more/mehr
The Living Infinite
For quite some time, I tried to find something great on the new Soilwork album. Time after time I gave my best, I tried to understand the songs, find the choruses and to remember the melodies. After almost 2 weeks of continuously listening to it, I have to conclude: I am really disappointed. Where are the great melodies, the memorable ... more/mehr
In the way we´re used to Soko Friedhof show with “Jesussaft” that there is a reason why their songs are played in the clubs all the time. It may be known that mastermind David A. Line from the Untoten is working here. In the usual lyrical way sex (“Jesussaft”), suicide (“An einem Tag wie diesem”) and love (“Die Liebe kann schrei´n”) ... more/mehr
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