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Steel of Swabia
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||Date: November 17, 2008 at 23:56|
|Not too bad. The album gets off to a killer start with the first track and then kind of fades off a bit, although 'Out in the Rain' is also a strong track. I picture this as a mixture of Ashphalt Ballet, Guns N' Roses crossed with PC69 and Edguy. Odd mix, yes, but it's hard to pinpoint these guys. Good debut, and a promising start. But there's a lot better out there.
||Date: November 19, 2008 at 18:18|
|Hi,Geoff, hello everybody, in my mind this album is one of the best releases come out this year.It includes melodies as well as heavy guitardriven songs and just one thing often missed: heartblood. And when you realize that these boys just between 15 and 17 years old you must compare this stuff with the music published by other acts when they`re in this age. I presume the most of these songs can`t reach the "Steel of Swabia"-level.
||Date: August 10, 2009 at 0:17|
|this is an very good debut album,these boys are teenager and they know how to rock your ass off
||Date: October 23, 2009 at 13:42|
|This is very good,some song is so catchy with the main riff that rocks!Recommended cd!
||Date: January 13, 2011 at 13:51|
|A heavy-hitting hard rock punch right in the kisser. The crunchy guitars, big hooks, and punchy power chords explode from the speakers like...well, like dynamite. With their metallic-yet-melodic approach to the genre, they come across as Asphalt Ballet crossed with The Almighty mixed with the standard German hard rock style. Good stuff, and if not quite a classic, at least you won't be using it for a coaster either.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: July 5, 2013 at 20:26|
|A release,i'm more or less with Geoff's comment...a mix of edgy glam/hard rock/melodic metal(Edguy came to my mind as well)..."Let's Get Freaky"(catchy),"Out In The Rain","My Religion","Only The Good Die Young","Welcome To The Jungle"( ) & "Lie For Me"(a good rocking mid tempo) are in my book for sure...80/100
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