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High Roller Records
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Фирма: High Roller Records

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Reissue of TITAN FORCE's self-titled debut-album. With a style ranging from heavy metal to melodic power metal, and adding a progressive jazzy touch and a unique vocal approach, Titan Force added a whole new dimension to the rock scene back in 1989. Record Label: High Roller Records Style: Metal

Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3252057

2 LP
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, White

Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 583359

1 LP
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Record Label: High Roller Records Style: Doom Metal

Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3393417

1 CD
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Hobbs’ Angel of Death should be a household name for every well-informed thrash metal fan. Hailing from Melbourne, Victoria, the Australian band first started out as a solo project of main man and former Tyrus-guitarist Peter Hobbs, and one can rightfully say that they belong to the pioneers of mid-Eighties’ Australian thrash metal. The two demos “Angel of Death” and “Virgin Metal Invasion from Down Under” were followed by the self-titled debut album in 1988 which thrilled thrashers on both halves of the globe; 1995 saw the release of the sophomore album “Inheritance” and sadly, in spite of the cult status they had acquired in the meantime, Hobbs’ Angel of Death dissolved soon after its release. That could have been the end of it, but… In 2002 the band got reformed, signed a four-album deal the next year and have been alive and kicking ever since; and now they finally give their brand new album to the world; and it was about time, wasn’t it? Peter Hobbs himself gives a short account of what has happened since “Inheritance” came out: “Actually it's almost 23 years since ‘Inheritance’ was recorded. I've still been writing tunes and playing though, but it really kicked off again in 2010. Where has the time gone I ask myself!!?” Apart from Peter himself, the band has a completely new line-up that has only been playing together since 2013/14. Peter talks a bit about his new comrades-in-arms: “I travel a lot touring so I come across many people. I toured Europe and found Alessio. He needed a gig in Germany and I needed a show in Italy. From that meeting we have become great friends. He is actually like a son to me now. We have travelled many miles together from our first meeting in 2013.” If one has ever wondered why it regularly takes Peter so long to record and release new stuff, the answer may lie in his perfectionism: “I've recorded the new album three times. I was my goal to give to the industry a more mature album. The previous attempts were great but I was not totally satisfied with the results so I kept at it until I knew and felt that my achievement was made, and it clearly shines through within the new album. I believe that ‘Heaven Bled’ is just as great a the earlier albums, all written and produced by myself for a wider range of musical tastes and catering for more people in all fields of metal.” Some people say that Hobbs’ Angel of Death play thrash metal in the Slayer vein while Peter himself refers to his music as “virgin metal”, an “untainted and pure form of metal”. Is this also true for “Heaven Bled”? “I'm glad you brought that question up. I played just before Slayer in Finland at Jalomettalii 2013 - a thirty year wait! I asked Kerry King the question if he felt or thought or heard that Hobbs’ was a Slayer cover band. His reply was ‘I've heard of Hobbs’ Angel of Death but no, you have your own style compared to us !!!!!!’ But it's a fact, I love Slayer!!!!!!” So, looks like this question has been answered once and for all. As said above, Peter wrote all the music for the new album and did all the arrangements himself. “I've been doing this since day one. I’ve had the songs on the new album in the works for many years, some of them I even wrote almost 30 years ago. I revamped some old riffs with the modern feel and it's paid off for the release of ‘Heaven Bled’.” Even though it seems to be a good guess, the opener “Il monstro di Firenzi” is not a contribution by bassist Alessio “Cane” Medici: “I had written this song some time ago but I was still looking for a title. A lot of my tunes are inspired by history, just like the cult song ‘Jack the Ripper’ from our debut album. Here it was the same: I did some research of where the murders where committed by the Florence monster and I actually walked around the areas and felt the ground and breathed the air and tried to put my self within the same frame of mind as these serial killers, so the song just fell into place.” “Heaven Bled” was recorded at the West Link Studio in Italy: “I had arranged to meet the engineer to get a feel of him and his studio. I walked in and saw the old school sound craft desk!!!!! I was at home and I new from seeing his equipment that Ovi could get me the sound I wanted, so I made the right choice. I'm very happy with the product, I knew exactly what I wanted and had full focus on every result.” When the debut came out Hobbs’ Angel of Death gained some early fame as “the other remarkable Australian thrash metal band besides Mortal Sin.” With the next album German Rock Hard magazine even went so far as to ask if they were “the better Slayer”. Peter’s comment on this: “Wow, I'm being called the better Slayer! I'm overwhelmed with that statement, but to be honest, it's not the first time I've heard that…everyone who knows me does know that I put my heart and soul into what I do as a professional, on the road and off the road. When touring I give it my full passion and execute the job as sincerely as I can.” Mr. Hobbs seems to be quite satisfied to see his new endeavour coming out on High Roller Records: “I’ve always had respect for companies that are trying to keep the industry alive, and High Roller Records is one of them, so I felt that we are on the same side and could work together as a team, and I'm sure we will put out some top quality in every aspect.” The album will come with a 7inch that contains a version of “Depopulation” from the “Inheritance” album, and another song called “Suicide”. Peter explains why he decided to include this little extra: “I wrote the song ‘Suicide’ many years ago and I wanted it to be on an album; it has a great 80s feel about it. ‘Depopulation’ was more or less a bonus track. One day I will re-record “Inheritance” and revamp these songs, but for now let's concentrate on one thing at a time.” He’s surely right, and the thing to concentrate on is of course the new album “Heaven Bled”: “My plan is to continue to tour world-wide and to promote this new Hobbs’ album and move it into the cult status the debut already has ...” Peter knows of course that this status would mean nothing if it wasn’t for his loyal Hobbs’ fans, thus his last words here go to them: “I’d like to thank all Hobbs’ supporters for the love and respect from people that is greatly given to me. You all have my respect in full return and I look forward seeing you all again on tour. Record Label: High Roller Records Style: Trash Metal

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Артикул: CDVP 3252291

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The sophomore full-length by Norwegian thrash/black metal outfit CONDOR. The band gets its inspiration from old school bands such as Sodom, Sepultura, Sarcofago, Kreator and especially Destruction. Record Label: High Roller Records Style: Trash Metal

Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3321131

1 CD
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Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3503994

1 LP (10")
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Vinyl, 10", EP, Limited Edition

Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3599880

1 LP
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transparent coloured crush vinyl, ltd, 425gsm heavy cardboard cover, insert, printed inner sleeve, 2 poster, mastered for vinyl by Patrick W. Engel at Temple of Disharmony, original 1985 sound Record Label: High Roller Records Style: Metal

Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3333173

1 LP
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Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3584718

1 LP
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Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3593896

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Record Label: High Roller Records Style: Metal

Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3433797

1 LP
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Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3590712

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Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3595627

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Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3595467

1 CD
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The Heritage was the first Protector album with no original member involved. Drummer Michael Hasse had left the band due to health reasons and was replaced by Marco Pape, who had earned his spurs playing in Steelhunter and Shooting Gallery. Protector’s fourth full-length album was recorded in 1993 at the TNT Studio in Gelsenkirchen, a town in the famous Ruhr-Area. It was released in the same year by Witten-based label C&C. Olly Wiebel, who had taken over both vocal and guitar duties already on the previous release, remembers that the recordings went well and smoothly. Matze Grün had already helped out during the recordings for “A Shedding of Skin” and had now joined the Protector ranks as an official member, and new drummer Marco proved to be a great choice both with regard to his drumming skills and his general work ethics. Compared to what they did on “A Shedding of Skin”, Protector had now made some adjustments to both the songwriting and the sound they were aiming for: Soundwise, the three-piece had decided to go for a purer and harder sound (to this end, Protector were supported by Tim Buktu of Massacra-fame) and the songs were meant to be faster and more furious than before. They totally met these goals, and “The Heritage” got the reactions it deserved: Protector had become even heavier, faster and more brutal than before, and both fans and press liked it a lot. Pondering what effect the album had on the band’s career, Olly Wiebel hopes that the impression “The Heritage” made on the metal scene had been both a good and a lasting one. He surely is right there, even though in 1993, Thrash Metal was heading for difficult times, while Death Metal was on the rise. That in turn provided rather good conditions for Protector, as they had traditionally been playing on the verge of both genres and are still regarded as an important instigator for Teutonic Death Metal. Also, the introduction of Olly Wiebel as the Protector vocalist had already tipped the scale a bit more to the Death Metal side of things. “The Heritage” now even amplified that inclination, also adding an experimental/progressive touch and even further developed musicianship shown off in a decent, not all-too-technical way. A reviewer on Metal Archives even called it “the most well written death metal album that I have personally ever listened to.“ If that isn’t something! And that guy may be right. Protector had matured and were totally in control of what they were doing, not only focusing on being as fast, heavy and savage as possible, but always paying attention to the purposeful use of effects, and, most important, to the composition as a whole. Protector played skillfully with the innovations the Nineties threw at them: Just listen to “Convicts on the Streets” which even treads the forbidden paths of groove metal… German “Rockhard” celebrated this ruthless piece of Thrash/Death as the album which should finally reinforce Protector’s status as an integral part of the German metal elite – but things never turn out the way you expect. After the release of “The Heritage” – perhaps due to a feeling of exhaustion – Olly, Matze and Marco decided on go on a one-year break; this break eventually turned into a two year hiatus, after which only drummer Marco found the motivation to carry on with Protector. Consequently, he gathered a new line-up and tried to keep the band rolling, but things somehow had lost their momentum: Protector released another four-track demo in 2000, but there was no new album coming from the new line-up. “The Heritage” would soon prove to be a self-fulfilling prophecy: It was the last proper album to come out before Protector vanished from the scene for a good ten years, until they had their comeback with “Reanimated Homunculus, out on High Roller in 2013. For the re-release, “The Heritage” has been remastered by Patrick W. Engel at Temple of Disharmony, and it will come with a bunch of previously unreleased pictures from the past Record Label: High Roller Records Style: Metal

Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3138110

1 LP
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Record Label: High Roller Records Style: Metal

Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3482515

2 LP/DVD
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Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3593548

1 CD
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Фирма: High Roller Records

Артикул: CDVP 3588290

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Record Label: High Roller Records Style: Metal

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Артикул: CDVP 3585004

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