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Schizo Cicatriz Black
The Italian Extreme Metal band Schizo has their come back with Cicatriz Black, partly resurrecting their former line-up. After problems with labels and line-up formation the original guitarist S. B. has returned. The new album Cicatriz Black sounds convincing because of a proper production and because of a genre mixture: Black Metal, ... more/mehr

2007-04-13

Schlafes Bruder Heute war Gott nicht hier
Schlafes Bruder – you might ask yourselves who´s behind this. The answer is pretty easy – once members of E Nomine, now they are Schlafes Bruder: Fritz Garner and Kris Weller. The two got together and created this concept album about crusades. In their songs, they´re telling the stories of different crusaders´ fates, whilst combining ... more/mehr

2013-05-07

Schleprock Learning To Fall
To commemorate the late guitarist Jeff Graham, "People Like You" have created a retrospect of the band's history in the form of a CD. So it's not really a surprise that it came out sounding a bit so-so. Collectors will certainly be satisfied with this record, since it does contain a few demos and previously unreleased ... more/mehr

2005-10-17

Schmorf NONAME
If Primus and System of a Down had a baby with some random Thrash Metal band and the movie “A Clockwork Orange“, the little fellow would most likely be called Schmorf. The Finnish sextet has a certain way of “smiling violence“ to their sound, which, however, is never going into extremes that would tear a wholesome picture apart. ... more/mehr

2012-02-07

Schneewittchen Keine Sekunde Schweigen
"Keine Sekunde Schweigen", the title song of the same-named CD by the German duo Schneewittchen, starts thoughtfully rebellious and a little angry, as if a pinch from the former Nina Hagen-punk would meet the cabaret-like sounds of Kurt Weill. A powerful song - once heard it barely gets out of your ear. Like a musical woodcut ... more/mehr

2012-07-18



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