Herman Frank - Right In The Guts (2012) (AFM Records Reissue 2016)
Year : 2012 (AFM Records Reissue 2016)
Style : Heavy Metal
Country : Germany
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 352 mb
Herman Frank (born 1959 in Erlangen, Germany) is a heavy metal guitarist from Germany best known for his work with Accept and Victory. In 2009, he released his first solo album called Loyal to None. Frank has also recorded with Hazzard, Sinner, Moon'Doc, Saeko, Thomsen and Poison Sun. As a record producer and engineer, he has worked for Saxon, Rose Tattoo, Crown of Creation, Molly Hatchet, gutworm, and several others.In 2009, he released his first solo album called Loyal to None. Frank has also recorded with Hazzard, Sinner, Moon'Doc, Saeko, Thomsen and Poison Sun. As a record producer and engineer, he has worked for Saxon, Rose Tattoo, Crown of Creation, Molly Hatchet and several others. Musical Careeredit: With Acceptedit: Herman Frank joined Accept in 1982 shortly before the release of their album Restless and Wild. He replaced guitarist Jan Koemmet, who had been hired for Jörg Fischer but had left the band before the recording sessions. Frank himself departed after the release of the following (and the band's most successful) album, Balls to the Wall, in 1983. When Accept reunited for festival appearances in 2005, it was with Herman Frank in the spot alongside constant presence Wolf Hoffmann. He was involved in the band's recent reunion and appears on their 2010 album Blood of the Nations, their first album in 14 years, and its 2012 follow-up Stalingrad.
Former ACCEPT guitarist Herman Frank has inked a deal with AFM Records. His new solo disc will be released later this year. Also planned are reissues of Frank's first two solo albums, 2009's "Loyal To None" and 2012's "Right In The Guts".Herman Frank’s first album Loyal to None was one of the best metal albums of any genre of the last few years, and it was going to be a tough job to surpass it. I had my doubts as to whether the project would continue at all after Jioti Parcharidis left the vocals spot wide open, so epochal was his performance on that album, but it turns out Herman Frank has soldiered on with At Vance vocalist Rick Altzi for his sophomore album Right in the Guts, which is not so much an album title as it is a description of what’s about to happen to you when you press ‘Play.’This is easily within a hair as good as Loyal to None. It’s a little bit less kinetic and energized, but only in comparison to its predecessor – where the first album was a wild bonanza of shredding guitars, searing, epic riffs and insane screaming vocals, this one is toned down to a more traditional German-style power metal album in the mold of Paragon, Running Wild and Primal Fear, albeit refined in light of the genre’s 30 year history as well as Frank’s 30 years of experience.Altzi isn’t Jioti Parcharidis, either, and his performance isn’t as unhinged as Parcharidis was on that album. He has a good voice, though, with a solid husky mid-range and a cool, professional tone, and only suffers from not being Parcharidis. Frank really has a knack for getting the best out of these singers. So really, the only complaints about this come from the fact that it isn’t genre transcending like Loyal to None. It’s more genre defining, which is just one small notch below that. On Right in the Guts you get a host of big, stomping riffs and anthemic sing-along choruses the way only the Germans can do it. The production is loud and clear and heavy as an anvil. Pretty much every song kills, and though it could be trimmed down to 9 or 10 songs instead of 13, it’s still a blast to listen to. Killer tracks like “Roaring Thunder,” the anthemic title track, the epic “King’s Call” and the speedfest of “Waiting” blaze through the speakers like miniature hurricanes, all of them.If you love heavy metal in the German style, Right in the Guts is a prime choice. Herman Frank is a treasure of heavy metal and does everything good about the genre in his own inimitable style. Go listen to this or be forever a poser.
Peter Pichl Bass
Herman Frank Guitars
Rick Altzi Vocals
Michael Wolpers Drums
Christos Mamalitsidis Guitars
01. Roaring Thunder (03:32)
02. Right In Your Guts (04:27)
03. Ivory Gate (03:48)
04. Vengeance (04:42)
05. Starlight (03:42)
06. Falling To Pieces (04:32)
07. Raise Your Hand (03:57)
08. Waiting (03:49)
09. Hell Isn't Far (03:48)
10. Kings Call (04:01)
11. Lights Are Out (04:15)
12. Black Star (04:34)
13. So They Run (04:43)
14. Princess (04:22) (Bonus Track)
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