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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 20 Aug 2015, 10:47

Metal Church - Metal Church (1984) (Japan Remastered Edition 2013)

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Year : 1984 (Japan Remastered Edition 2013)
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal , Thrash Metal
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 133 mb


Bio:

Born out of the West Coast Metal scene of the 80's, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre. After signing a deal with Elektra records, they released two critically acclaimed albums. Their self-titled release "Metal Church" postured the band as one of the pioneers of the thrash/metal scene. The All Music Guide had this to say about the debut: "The band's incredibly tight musicianship is a highlight all on it's own. This album remains an overlooked classic of straight-ahead American-bred heavy metal." With the heavy metal scene starting to rise in the U.S., Metal Church set out on a very successful tour with label mates Metallica.Next came "The Dark," the fury of its opening track, "Ton of Bricks" was championed as one of the premier metal releases of the 80's. The Dark also led to one of a few lineup changes with the departure of vocalist David Wayne. However, more success was yet to come. With the addition of former Heretic vocalist Mike Howe, and Metallica guitar tech extraordinaire John Marshall, the riffing became heavier and the subject matter deeper. They tackled political and social issues of the day with the releases of "Blessing In Disguise" and "The Human Factor." At a time when heavy metal bands moved from the underground and became part of the hair band/pop fad, Metal Church stayed true to their roots.During the mid 90's, the members of Metal Church headed in their own directions. Kurdt Vanderhoof worked on his namesake project, Vanderhoof, while Kirk Arrington was playing on various sessions including a recording with Sir Mix-A-Lot. 1999 led to a well-received reunion of the original Metal Church lineup with the release of "Masterpeace". The band went back to their classic sound and played several festivals overseas.2004 saw them back with new vocalist, Ronny Munroe, whose style has been described as "Rob Halford meets Dio", as well as Jay Reynolds (Malice) on guitar and Steve Unger on bass. With a new record "The Weight of the World" and some new blood, heavy metal legends Metal Church picked up where their aptly titled last release "Masterpeace" left off.In 2006, twenty years after their cult album "The Dark", Metal Church presented their brand new release, "A Light In The Dark", forging a creative arch that skillfully links the band's past with the present. Ten new tracks, (plus a new version of the classic "Watch The Children Pray", a tribute to original frontman David Wayne), document the development of a band that, despite all innovation, has never denied it's typical trademarks. The current lineup consists of Kurdt Vanderhoof, Ronny Munroe, Jay Reynolds, Steve Unger and new addition Jeff Plate on drums. "Jeff is an incredibly dynamic and professional drummer," Vanderhoof points out. "He has propelled us to a musical level that surprised even ourselves." Plate has replaced Kirk Arrington, who left the group for health reasons, and proves a real stroke of luck on "A Light In The Dark".In 2008, guitarist Jay Reynolds was replaced by Rottweiler guitar player Rick Van Zandt. This Present Wasteland, Metal Church's ninth release, is a return to their roots and contains some of their strongest material to date.In October 2012, the band announced resumption of activity around a lineup featuring Vanderhoof, Munroe, Unger, Reynolds (soon replaced by Van Zandt), and Plate. Their first performances came the following January during the 70,000 Tons of Metal event, a heavy metal cruise. During one of these two shows, the band played their debut album, Metal Church, in its entirety.Shortly thereafter, Vanderhoof told Music Life Radio that Metal Church has been working on a new album. In order to promote their new album, the band will be playing festivals in the summer of 2013.

Album:

Remastered Japan version.This is Metal Church's debut, and it's a damn nice one! It features several brilliant thrash moments accompanied by a quite fine production. David Wayne's vocals are also very cool on here, just like they are on The Dark. This is just another reason why Metal Church is right up there with Slayer, Vio-lence, Kreator, you name it. They should easily be in the top 10 thrash bands ever.Whatever traditional/power metal influences were still retained in the band's sound in 1985 are absent from the album's beginning, as this is pure, untainted thrash metal at it's finest. A brief, creepy spoken-word clean intro leads into the crushing riffage of "Beyond the Black," an unrelenting, undeniably heavy track that's as bleak as it is catchy. David Wayne's vocals are considerably better than on the band's demos: here his shrill, wicked falsetto soars over the guitars like a carpet bombing. This approach continues into the eponymous "Metal Church," a thrasher with a tempo so deliciously sinister that it'd have no trouble dropping the jaws of the uninitiated. Again, Wayne's vocals are over the top and unbelievable, carrying the pace set by the riff-wielding tag team of Kurdt Vanderhoof and Craig Wells and high-speed percussion wunderkind Kirk Arrington. Kirk really gets to strut his stuff on the next track, instrumental pounder "Merciless Onslaught." What about Duke Erickson on bass you might ask? Well if he hasn't had the opportunity to impress thus far (he has, as his bass has a significant presence even among the dueling guitars), he'll do it in the classic power ballad "Gods of Wrath." His fills are almighty, as is David Wayne's ability to alternate between his raspier vocals with a surprisingly clean melodic tone for the verses. Note that at this point in the album, there's already been a ton of sweet guitar solo moments, most notoriously the back-and-forth section in the title track.Side two begins with the very Iron Maiden-ish "Hitman," with some great harmonies and an unexpectedly brutal riff in the bridge. "In the Blood" keeps this spirit alive, but takes the speed down to a mid-paced stomp, similar to the relationship between the first two tracks. "(My Favorite) Nightmare" is another quick one, with some particularly unique drumming by Mr. Arrington. "Battalions" closes things off in triumphant fashion, with classic power metal riffage, an amazingly catchy chorus, and some of the best lyrics on the album. "We form tonight! We kill tonight!" Headbanging is obligatory here. But the madness doesn't end there. The final track on the album is a cover of the Deep Purple classic "Highway Star," sped up and thrashed out with an insane vocal interpretation by Wayne. Unfortunately, the boys make up their own solos, rather than utilizing the Jon Lord/Ritchie Blackmore ones. Originally, this disappointed me enough to lower the album's score a bit, but I brought it back up after acquiring a version with the rare bonus track "Big Guns." This song fucking rules: too goddamn heavy to be power metal but with vocal melodies too melodic and skyscraping to be typical of thrash. I highly recommend hunting this song down, it's worth it completely.There's not even the semblance of a weak moment on this masterpiece. This is one of the truly indispensible heavy metal albums, at least needing to be heard if not owned. If one were to truly find fault in it, one would be required to seriously reconsider their entire stance on heavy music. Don't write this off as absent fanboyism: this is legitimately great and I'm trying my best to express it. So check this bad boy out, and save your disappointment for the new Metallica album.

Line-Up:

David Wayne (R.I.P. 2005) vocals - See also: ex-Heathen, ex-Intrinsic, ex-Metal Church, ex-Reverend, ex-Bastardsun
Kurdt Vanderhoof Guitars (1980-1987, 1998-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Presto Ballet, ex-Vanderhoof, ex-Hall Aflame, ex-The Lewd
Duke Erickson Bass
Kirk Arrington Percussion, Drums - See also: ex-Garden Of Eden, ex-Vanderhoof
Craig Wells Guitars - See also: ex-Wayne

Tracklist:

01. Beyond the Black 06:20
02. Metal Church 05:03
03. Merciless Onslaught 02:56 instrumental
04. Gods of Wrath 06:41
05. Hitman 04:36
06. In the Blood 03:31
07. (My Favorite) Nightmare 03:11
08. Battalions 04:55
09. Highway Star (Deep Purple cover) 04:37

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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 24 Aug 2015, 15:30

Metal Church - The Dark (1986) (Japan Remastered Edition 2013)

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Year : 1986 (Japan Remastered Edition 2013)
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal , Thrash Metal
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans + Video
Size : 133 mb


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Born out of the West Coast Metal scene of the 80's, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre. After signing a deal with Elektra records, they released two critically acclaimed albums. Their self-titled release "Metal Church" postured the band as one of the pioneers of the thrash/metal scene. The All Music Guide had this to say about the debut: "The band's incredibly tight musicianship is a highlight all on it's own. This album remains an overlooked classic of straight-ahead American-bred heavy metal." With the heavy metal scene starting to rise in the U.S., Metal Church set out on a very successful tour with label mates Metallica.Next came "The Dark," the fury of its opening track, "Ton of Bricks" was championed as one of the premier metal releases of the 80's. The Dark also led to one of a few lineup changes with the departure of vocalist David Wayne. However, more success was yet to come. With the addition of former Heretic vocalist Mike Howe, and Metallica guitar tech extraordinaire John Marshall, the riffing became heavier and the subject matter deeper. They tackled political and social issues of the day with the releases of "Blessing In Disguise" and "The Human Factor." At a time when heavy metal bands moved from the underground and became part of the hair band/pop fad, Metal Church stayed true to their roots.During the mid 90's, the members of Metal Church headed in their own directions. Kurdt Vanderhoof worked on his namesake project, Vanderhoof, while Kirk Arrington was playing on various sessions including a recording with Sir Mix-A-Lot. 1999 led to a well-received reunion of the original Metal Church lineup with the release of "Masterpeace". The band went back to their classic sound and played several festivals overseas.2004 saw them back with new vocalist, Ronny Munroe, whose style has been described as "Rob Halford meets Dio", as well as Jay Reynolds (Malice) on guitar and Steve Unger on bass. With a new record "The Weight of the World" and some new blood, heavy metal legends Metal Church picked up where their aptly titled last release "Masterpeace" left off.In 2006, twenty years after their cult album "The Dark", Metal Church presented their brand new release, "A Light In The Dark", forging a creative arch that skillfully links the band's past with the present. Ten new tracks, (plus a new version of the classic "Watch The Children Pray", a tribute to original frontman David Wayne), document the development of a band that, despite all innovation, has never denied it's typical trademarks. The current lineup consists of Kurdt Vanderhoof, Ronny Munroe, Jay Reynolds, Steve Unger and new addition Jeff Plate on drums. "Jeff is an incredibly dynamic and professional drummer," Vanderhoof points out. "He has propelled us to a musical level that surprised even ourselves." Plate has replaced Kirk Arrington, who left the group for health reasons, and proves a real stroke of luck on "A Light In The Dark".In 2008, guitarist Jay Reynolds was replaced by Rottweiler guitar player Rick Van Zandt. This Present Wasteland, Metal Church's ninth release, is a return to their roots and contains some of their strongest material to date.In October 2012, the band announced resumption of activity around a lineup featuring Vanderhoof, Munroe, Unger, Reynolds (soon replaced by Van Zandt), and Plate. Their first performances came the following January during the 70,000 Tons of Metal event, a heavy metal cruise. During one of these two shows, the band played their debut album, Metal Church, in its entirety.Shortly thereafter, Vanderhoof told Music Life Radio that Metal Church has been working on a new album. In order to promote their new album, the band will be playing festivals in the summer of 2013.

Album:

This album is the follow-up to the self titled Metal Church but this one didn't quite kick my ass as hard as the debut. The Dark has some spit and polish to it, sacrificing the rawness of the debut for a more streamlined, somewhat "radio-friendly" recording. Don't get me wrong, this album is good but I think Metal Church could do it better.Unlike the first one, the production on this one, the sound, was not up to par. The songs themselves are killer, no doubt. However, the sound level was low, not as clear as the first, which makes you have to hit the bass boost on the your amp, and have the volume knob higher up the dial than most CD's.Kurdt and Craig show that they can write incredible riffs and licks in songs like ''Watch The Children Pray'' and ''Over My Dead Body'' but I'm not impressed with solos. I appreciate slow and simple solos, but usually when Kurdt and Craig do their leads, I'm not majorly impressed. David Wayne had a one of a kind voice that no could emulate. Mike Howe and Ronny Munroe did great jobs, but I think David fit Metal Church the best. I actually think the vocals are probably one the best parts of the album. David can do just about everything from singing clean in ''Watch The Children Pray'', to doing amazing high pitched screams throughout the album. The lyrics are also pretty good, mostly revolve around violence, sanity, war and fear.So in the end, I'll be honest. The debut is much better and I give him a much better grade. But still The Dark is the album that I recommend to any metal fan. This album captures creepy and dark themes (''Burial At Sea''), as well as true thrashers like ''Ton of Bricks'' and it also has a great ballad (''Watch The Children Pray''). After several days of listening you'll love it. If not, try to buy the debut and enjoy it.

Line-Up:

David Wayne (R.I.P. 2005) - vocals - See also: ex-Heathen, ex-Intrinsic, ex-Metal Church, ex-Reverend, ex-Bastardsun
Kurdt Vanderhoof - Guitars (1980-1987, 1998-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Presto Ballet, ex-Vanderhoof, ex-Hall Aflame, ex-The Lewd
Duke Erickson - Bass
Craig Wells - Guitars - See also: ex-Wayne
Kirk Arrington - Percussion, Drums - See also: ex-Garden Of Eden, ex-Vanderhoof

Tracklist:

01. Ton of Bricks 03:00
02. Start the Fire 03:50
03. Method to Your Madness 04:52
04. Watch the Children Pray 05:57
05. Over My Dead Body 03:26
06. The Dark 04:11
07. Psycho 03:32
08. Line of Death 04:42
09. Burial at Sea 04:58
10. Western Alliance

+ Video "Watch The Children Pray" (Official Video)


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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 20 Okt 2015, 06:28

Metal Church - Blessing In Disguise (1989) (Japan Remastered Edition 2013)

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Year : 1989 (Japan Remastered Edition 2013)
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal , Thrash Metal
Country : USA
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 167 mb


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Born out of the West Coast Metal scene of the 80's, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre. After signing a deal with Elektra records, they released two critically acclaimed albums. Their self-titled release "Metal Church" postured the band as one of the pioneers of the thrash/metal scene. The All Music Guide had this to say about the debut: "The band's incredibly tight musicianship is a highlight all on it's own. This album remains an overlooked classic of straight-ahead American-bred heavy metal." With the heavy metal scene starting to rise in the U.S., Metal Church set out on a very successful tour with label mates Metallica.Next came "The Dark," the fury of its opening track, "Ton of Bricks" was championed as one of the premier metal releases of the 80's. The Dark also led to one of a few lineup changes with the departure of vocalist David Wayne. However, more success was yet to come. With the addition of former Heretic vocalist Mike Howe, and Metallica guitar tech extraordinaire John Marshall, the riffing became heavier and the subject matter deeper. They tackled political and social issues of the day with the releases of "Blessing In Disguise" and "The Human Factor." At a time when heavy metal bands moved from the underground and became part of the hair band/pop fad, Metal Church stayed true to their roots.During the mid 90's, the members of Metal Church headed in their own directions. Kurdt Vanderhoof worked on his namesake project, Vanderhoof, while Kirk Arrington was playing on various sessions including a recording with Sir Mix-A-Lot. 1999 led to a well-received reunion of the original Metal Church lineup with the release of "Masterpeace". The band went back to their classic sound and played several festivals overseas.2004 saw them back with new vocalist, Ronny Munroe, whose style has been described as "Rob Halford meets Dio", as well as Jay Reynolds (Malice) on guitar and Steve Unger on bass. With a new record "The Weight of the World" and some new blood, heavy metal legends Metal Church picked up where their aptly titled last release "Masterpeace" left off.In 2006, twenty years after their cult album "The Dark", Metal Church presented their brand new release, "A Light In The Dark", forging a creative arch that skillfully links the band's past with the present. Ten new tracks, (plus a new version of the classic "Watch The Children Pray", a tribute to original frontman David Wayne), document the development of a band that, despite all innovation, has never denied it's typical trademarks. The current lineup consists of Kurdt Vanderhoof, Ronny Munroe, Jay Reynolds, Steve Unger and new addition Jeff Plate on drums. "Jeff is an incredibly dynamic and professional drummer," Vanderhoof points out. "He has propelled us to a musical level that surprised even ourselves." Plate has replaced Kirk Arrington, who left the group for health reasons, and proves a real stroke of luck on "A Light In The Dark".In 2008, guitarist Jay Reynolds was replaced by Rottweiler guitar player Rick Van Zandt. This Present Wasteland, Metal Church's ninth release, is a return to their roots and contains some of their strongest material to date.In October 2012, the band announced resumption of activity around a lineup featuring Vanderhoof, Munroe, Unger, Reynolds (soon replaced by Van Zandt), and Plate. Their first performances came the following January during the 70,000 Tons of Metal event, a heavy metal cruise. During one of these two shows, the band played their debut album, Metal Church, in its entirety.Shortly thereafter, Vanderhoof told Music Life Radio that Metal Church has been working on a new album. In order to promote their new album, the band will be playing festivals in the summer of 2013.

Album:

Blessing in Disguise is the third studio album by American heavy metal band Metal Church, released on February 7, 1989.It was the band's final release on Elektra Records. This was the first album not to feature the vocals of David Wayne, due to his departure to form the band Reverend. This release featured new vocalist Mike Howe (ex-Heretic) and guitarist John Marshall, who took over Kurdt Vanderhoof's position. Kurdt Vanderhoof had produced Heretic's final album Breaking Point previously. It seems that is how Mike Howe came to the attention of Metal Church. Ironically, David Wayne's new project was made up of the remaining members of Heretic.Former Flotsam and Jetsam bassist Michael Spencer has stated that Blessing in Disguise was supposed to be the title of the band's second album before settling with its current name No Place for Disgrace. After Spencer left Flotsam and Jetsam, Michael Alago (the A&R of Elektra) let Metal Church use Blessing in Disguise as the name of their third album, which was released nine months after No Place for Disgrace.Reviews for Blessing in Disguise have been mostly positive. Allmusic's Jason Anderson awards the album four stars out of five, and states: "Perhaps the finest Metal Church release, Blessing in Disguise offers some of the best material in the group's long career."Blessing in Disguise entered the Billboard 200 chart on April 8, 1989, two months after its release. The album itself peaked at number 75 (the band's highest chart position to date) and remained on the chart for 15 weeks.Metal Church spent most of 1989 and 1990 touring behind Blessing in Disguise.They embarked a U.S. tour in the spring of 1989 with Meliah Rage, and supported W.A.S.P. on their Headless Children tour. Metal Church played one show in Germany in October 1989 with Fates Warning and Toranaga, and opened for Saxon in Europe in April 1990. They were also a "surprise guest" for Metallica's May 11, 1990 show at The Marquee in London.

Line-Up:

Mike Howe - Vocals (1988-1995, 2015-present) See also: ex-Heretic, ex-Snair
John Marshall - guitar
Craig Wells - guitar (Ex-Wayne)
Duke Erickson - bass guitar
Kirk Arrington - drums

Tracklist:

01. Fake Healer 05:55
02. Rest in Pieces (April 15, 1912) 06:38
03. Of Unsound Mind 04:44
04. Anthem to the Estranged 09:31
05. Badlands 07:21
06. The Spell Can't Be Broken 06:46
07. It's a Secret 03:47 instrumental
08. Cannot Tell a Lie 04:17
09. The Powers That Be 05:22


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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 16 Dec 2022, 11:32

Metal Church - Generation Nothing (Digipak Edition) (2013)

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Year : 2013
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal , Thrash Metal
Country : USA
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 125 mb


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Born out of the West Coast Metal scene of the 80's, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre. After signing a deal with Elektra records, they released two critically acclaimed albums. Their self-titled release "Metal Church" postured the band as one of the pioneers of the thrash/metal scene. The All Music Guide had this to say about the debut: "The band's incredibly tight musicianship is a highlight all on it's own. This album remains an overlooked classic of straight-ahead American-bred heavy metal." With the heavy metal scene starting to rise in the U.S., Metal Church set out on a very successful tour with label mates Metallica.Next came "The Dark," the fury of its opening track, "Ton of Bricks" was championed as one of the premier metal releases of the 80's. The Dark also led to one of a few lineup changes with the departure of vocalist David Wayne. However, more success was yet to come. With the addition of former Heretic vocalist Mike Howe, and Metallica guitar tech extraordinaire John Marshall, the riffing became heavier and the subject matter deeper. They tackled political and social issues of the day with the releases of "Blessing In Disguise" and "The Human Factor." At a time when heavy metal bands moved from the underground and became part of the hair band/pop fad, Metal Church stayed true to their roots.During the mid 90's, the members of Metal Church headed in their own directions. Kurdt Vanderhoof worked on his namesake project, Vanderhoof, while Kirk Arrington was playing on various sessions including a recording with Sir Mix-A-Lot. 1999 led to a well-received reunion of the original Metal Church lineup with the release of "Masterpeace". The band went back to their classic sound and played several festivals overseas.2004 saw them back with new vocalist, Ronny Munroe, whose style has been described as "Rob Halford meets Dio", as well as Jay Reynolds (Malice) on guitar and Steve Unger on bass. With a new record "The Weight of the World" and some new blood, heavy metal legends Metal Church picked up where their aptly titled last release "Masterpeace" left off.In 2006, twenty years after their cult album "The Dark", Metal Church presented their brand new release, "A Light In The Dark", forging a creative arch that skillfully links the band's past with the present. Ten new tracks, (plus a new version of the classic "Watch The Children Pray", a tribute to original frontman David Wayne), document the development of a band that, despite all innovation, has never denied it's typical trademarks. The current lineup consists of Kurdt Vanderhoof, Ronny Munroe, Jay Reynolds, Steve Unger and new addition Jeff Plate on drums. "Jeff is an incredibly dynamic and professional drummer," Vanderhoof points out. "He has propelled us to a musical level that surprised even ourselves." Plate has replaced Kirk Arrington, who left the group for health reasons, and proves a real stroke of luck on "A Light In The Dark".In 2008, guitarist Jay Reynolds was replaced by Rottweiler guitar player Rick Van Zandt. This Present Wasteland, Metal Church's ninth release, is a return to their roots and contains some of their strongest material to date.In October 2012, the band announced resumption of activity around a lineup featuring Vanderhoof, Munroe, Unger, Reynolds (soon replaced by Van Zandt), and Plate. Their first performances came the following January during the 70,000 Tons of Metal event, a heavy metal cruise. During one of these two shows, the band played their debut album, Metal Church, in its entirety.Shortly thereafter, Vanderhoof told Music Life Radio that Metal Church has been working on a new album. In order to promote their new album, the band will be playing festivals in the summer of 2013.

Album:

I recently caught up with METAL CHURCH vocalist Ronny Munroe at the Rock Harvest II benefit festival on the outskirts of Baltimore. Munroe was in town as a special guest of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania's GHOST OF WAR where they banded together for a mini-set of METAL CHURCH classics and "Pierced by the Maiden" from Ronny's second solo album, "Lords of the Edge". I found Munroe to be congenial and excited to have another run with METAL CHURCH, as he discussed the reformation of the band following their four-year pause."We both knew that one day was going to be the right time and that was for Kurdt (Vanderhoof) to decide. He called me one day and said 'I think it's time. What do you think?' So I said 'I'm in, let's do it.' Now we have a second shot at this, especially for me, coming back. This is unfinished business with METAL CHURCH. When we do end, we need to end on a better note than we did (before)...because how we put it out there was that it was the industry (prompting the band's hiatus),but we really disappointed the fans. So this time around, we waited until we felt the time was right. It's a blessing, I'll say that, just to be able to come back and do this again and to have a chance for the fans to want this again. That's always a blessing".For a band that's suffered more than its fair share of adversities, Ronny Munroe has endured as one of METAL CHURCH's constants since he joined up for 2004's "The Weight of the World". Having to live under the shadow of the late David Wayne and to lesser degrees, former vocalist Mike Howe, Munroe has handled the mike for METAL CHURCH with grace.Meanwhile, the relentless Kurdt Vanderhoof (who spent downtime from METAL CHURCH with Munroe in the power prog unit PRESTO BALLET before Munroe was called over to TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA) has been bleeding his skull to restore honor to this band. Though he cites "Generation Nothing" as a return to the band's eighties roots (namely "The Dark"),that's a slight misnomer. "Generation Nothing", like its predecessors "The Weight of the World", "A Light in the Dark" and "This Present Wasteland", is reflective of the band's new order that came with Ronny Munroe. Frankly, there's not a damned thing wrong with that as long as you're not expecting "Beyond the Black" or even "Psycho".As a lyrical contributor to METAL CHURCH's next-gen, power-modified style of songwriting, Munroe is credited as a co-lyricist on "Jump the Gun" and "Suiciety" from "Generation Nothing" while singlehandedly penning "Hits Keep Comin'" and "The Media Horse". Otherwise, the new album is a riff monster courtesy of Vanderhoof, Rick Van Zandt and Steve Unger, while Ronny Munroe toughens up his pipes in most spots, letting them loose with broader ranges on "Suiciety" and the nine-minute epic "Noises in the Wall".Munroe pulled off a convincing David Wayne impersonation at Rock Harvest II with a ripping cover of "Ton of Bricks" and on "Generation Nothing", Munroe mirrors just enough fragments of his predecessor throughout the brisk "Scream" (one of the fastest METAL CHURCH cuts they've recorded under Munroe's tenure) and "Dead City" to bring longtime listeners to a comfy place. On the steady opening number "Bulletproof", Munroe rings closer to what he's done in the past for METAL CHURCH, yet there's a bit more fang between him and the band here, which is likely where Kurdt Vanderhoof lays his claim to rekindling the old days. Nevertheless, the spotlight remains upon Munroe doing what he does, only he carries more of an edge this time.The scoffing title track "Generation Nothing" may pine for the days of rad, but it's still a headstrong beast of a cut with chuffing chords and clambering kick drums from Jeff Plate. Much of "Generation Nothing", however, sticks to a straightforward power metal drive with heaps of resounding guitar intros and dense plods, using "Close to the Bone", "Jump the Gun" and "Hits Keep Comin'" as examples.Vanderhoof and Van Zandt are stellar in the solo sections of "Dead City", "Suiciety" and "The Media Horse". As extensive as "Noises in the Wall" is, veteran listeners will hang in there just fine, particularly as Vanderhoof, Van Zandt and Unger plow through a terrific homage to the NWOBHM at the end, leading to the final clangs of Jeff Plate's crash cymbals."Generation Nothing" is a product of its time separate of the fiercer "Metal Church", "The Dark" and especially "Blessing in Disguise", the latter of which Kurdt Vanderhoof was only a contributing guitarist and is otherwise relegated to long-past members. This album, like its immediate precursors, carries a distinction pocked outside of METAL CHURCH's best-known period, but it does so with respectable pride and polish. "Generation Nothing" boasts a personal best METAL CHURCH outing for Ronny Munroe, while the band as a whole plays tight lines all the way through. Thus this album is an agreeable career extension for METAL CHURCH, even if we're unlikely to hear anything new as frantic as "Merciless Onslaught" and "Battalions" or as volatile as "Gods of Wrath".At least Munroe can peel the paint whipping up "Gods of Wrath" onstage, as the Rock Harvest II attendees learned.

Line-Up:

Ronny Munroe - Vocals (2003-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Ronny Munroe, ex-Paladin, ex-FireWölfe, ex-Presto Ballet, ex-Rottweiller, ex-Brutal Godz, ex-Far Cry, ex-Glamm Slamm, ex-Lillian Axe, ex-Sea of Souls
Kurdt Vanderhoof - Guitars (1980-1987, 1998-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Presto Ballet, ex-Vanderhoof, ex-Hall Aflame, ex-The Lewd
Steve Unger - Bass (2004-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Where Angels Suffer, ex-Chris Caffery
Rick van Zandt - Guitars (2008-2009, 2012-present) - See also: ex-Rottweiller
Jeff Plate - Drums (2006-2009, 2012-present) - See also: John West, Machines of Grace, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Savatage, ex-Wicked Witch, ex-Chris Caffery, ex-Doctor Butcher

Tracklist:

01. Bullet Proof
02. Dead City
03. Generation Nothing 05:05
04. Noises in the Wall
05. Jump the Gun
06. Suiciety
07. Scream 04:24
08. Hits Keep Comin'
09. Close to the Bone
10. The Media Horse


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Metal Church - Generation Nothing (Japan Edition) (2014)

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Year : 2013 (Japan Edition 2014)
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal , Thrash Metal
Country : USA
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 167 mb


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Born out of the West Coast Metal scene of the 80's, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre. After signing a deal with Elektra records, they released two critically acclaimed albums. Their self-titled release "Metal Church" postured the band as one of the pioneers of the thrash/metal scene. The All Music Guide had this to say about the debut: "The band's incredibly tight musicianship is a highlight all on it's own. This album remains an overlooked classic of straight-ahead American-bred heavy metal." With the heavy metal scene starting to rise in the U.S., Metal Church set out on a very successful tour with label mates Metallica.Next came "The Dark," the fury of its opening track, "Ton of Bricks" was championed as one of the premier metal releases of the 80's. The Dark also led to one of a few lineup changes with the departure of vocalist David Wayne. However, more success was yet to come. With the addition of former Heretic vocalist Mike Howe, and Metallica guitar tech extraordinaire John Marshall, the riffing became heavier and the subject matter deeper. They tackled political and social issues of the day with the releases of "Blessing In Disguise" and "The Human Factor." At a time when heavy metal bands moved from the underground and became part of the hair band/pop fad, Metal Church stayed true to their roots.During the mid 90's, the members of Metal Church headed in their own directions. Kurdt Vanderhoof worked on his namesake project, Vanderhoof, while Kirk Arrington was playing on various sessions including a recording with Sir Mix-A-Lot. 1999 led to a well-received reunion of the original Metal Church lineup with the release of "Masterpeace". The band went back to their classic sound and played several festivals overseas.2004 saw them back with new vocalist, Ronny Munroe, whose style has been described as "Rob Halford meets Dio", as well as Jay Reynolds (Malice) on guitar and Steve Unger on bass. With a new record "The Weight of the World" and some new blood, heavy metal legends Metal Church picked up where their aptly titled last release "Masterpeace" left off.In 2006, twenty years after their cult album "The Dark", Metal Church presented their brand new release, "A Light In The Dark", forging a creative arch that skillfully links the band's past with the present. Ten new tracks, (plus a new version of the classic "Watch The Children Pray", a tribute to original frontman David Wayne), document the development of a band that, despite all innovation, has never denied it's typical trademarks. The current lineup consists of Kurdt Vanderhoof, Ronny Munroe, Jay Reynolds, Steve Unger and new addition Jeff Plate on drums. "Jeff is an incredibly dynamic and professional drummer," Vanderhoof points out. "He has propelled us to a musical level that surprised even ourselves." Plate has replaced Kirk Arrington, who left the group for health reasons, and proves a real stroke of luck on "A Light In The Dark".In 2008, guitarist Jay Reynolds was replaced by Rottweiler guitar player Rick Van Zandt. This Present Wasteland, Metal Church's ninth release, is a return to their roots and contains some of their strongest material to date.In October 2012, the band announced resumption of activity around a lineup featuring Vanderhoof, Munroe, Unger, Reynolds (soon replaced by Van Zandt), and Plate. Their first performances came the following January during the 70,000 Tons of Metal event, a heavy metal cruise. During one of these two shows, the band played their debut album, Metal Church, in its entirety.Shortly thereafter, Vanderhoof told Music Life Radio that Metal Church has been working on a new album. In order to promote their new album, the band will be playing festivals in the summer of 2013.

Album:

I recently caught up with METAL CHURCH vocalist Ronny Munroe at the Rock Harvest II benefit festival on the outskirts of Baltimore. Munroe was in town as a special guest of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania's GHOST OF WAR where they banded together for a mini-set of METAL CHURCH classics and "Pierced by the Maiden" from Ronny's second solo album, "Lords of the Edge". I found Munroe to be congenial and excited to have another run with METAL CHURCH, as he discussed the reformation of the band following their four-year pause."We both knew that one day was going to be the right time and that was for Kurdt (Vanderhoof) to decide. He called me one day and said 'I think it's time. What do you think?' So I said 'I'm in, let's do it.' Now we have a second shot at this, especially for me, coming back. This is unfinished business with METAL CHURCH. When we do end, we need to end on a better note than we did (before)...because how we put it out there was that it was the industry (prompting the band's hiatus),but we really disappointed the fans. So this time around, we waited until we felt the time was right. It's a blessing, I'll say that, just to be able to come back and do this again and to have a chance for the fans to want this again. That's always a blessing".For a band that's suffered more than its fair share of adversities, Ronny Munroe has endured as one of METAL CHURCH's constants since he joined up for 2004's "The Weight of the World". Having to live under the shadow of the late David Wayne and to lesser degrees, former vocalist Mike Howe, Munroe has handled the mike for METAL CHURCH with grace.Meanwhile, the relentless Kurdt Vanderhoof (who spent downtime from METAL CHURCH with Munroe in the power prog unit PRESTO BALLET before Munroe was called over to TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA) has been bleeding his skull to restore honor to this band. Though he cites "Generation Nothing" as a return to the band's eighties roots (namely "The Dark"),that's a slight misnomer. "Generation Nothing", like its predecessors "The Weight of the World", "A Light in the Dark" and "This Present Wasteland", is reflective of the band's new order that came with Ronny Munroe. Frankly, there's not a damned thing wrong with that as long as you're not expecting "Beyond the Black" or even "Psycho".As a lyrical contributor to METAL CHURCH's next-gen, power-modified style of songwriting, Munroe is credited as a co-lyricist on "Jump the Gun" and "Suiciety" from "Generation Nothing" while singlehandedly penning "Hits Keep Comin'" and "The Media Horse". Otherwise, the new album is a riff monster courtesy of Vanderhoof, Rick Van Zandt and Steve Unger, while Ronny Munroe toughens up his pipes in most spots, letting them loose with broader ranges on "Suiciety" and the nine-minute epic "Noises in the Wall".Munroe pulled off a convincing David Wayne impersonation at Rock Harvest II with a ripping cover of "Ton of Bricks" and on "Generation Nothing", Munroe mirrors just enough fragments of his predecessor throughout the brisk "Scream" (one of the fastest METAL CHURCH cuts they've recorded under Munroe's tenure) and "Dead City" to bring longtime listeners to a comfy place. On the steady opening number "Bulletproof", Munroe rings closer to what he's done in the past for METAL CHURCH, yet there's a bit more fang between him and the band here, which is likely where Kurdt Vanderhoof lays his claim to rekindling the old days. Nevertheless, the spotlight remains upon Munroe doing what he does, only he carries more of an edge this time.The scoffing title track "Generation Nothing" may pine for the days of rad, but it's still a headstrong beast of a cut with chuffing chords and clambering kick drums from Jeff Plate. Much of "Generation Nothing", however, sticks to a straightforward power metal drive with heaps of resounding guitar intros and dense plods, using "Close to the Bone", "Jump the Gun" and "Hits Keep Comin'" as examples.Vanderhoof and Van Zandt are stellar in the solo sections of "Dead City", "Suiciety" and "The Media Horse". As extensive as "Noises in the Wall" is, veteran listeners will hang in there just fine, particularly as Vanderhoof, Van Zandt and Unger plow through a terrific homage to the NWOBHM at the end, leading to the final clangs of Jeff Plate's crash cymbals."Generation Nothing" is a product of its time separate of the fiercer "Metal Church", "The Dark" and especially "Blessing in Disguise", the latter of which Kurdt Vanderhoof was only a contributing guitarist and is otherwise relegated to long-past members. This album, like its immediate precursors, carries a distinction pocked outside of METAL CHURCH's best-known period, but it does so with respectable pride and polish. "Generation Nothing" boasts a personal best METAL CHURCH outing for Ronny Munroe, while the band as a whole plays tight lines all the way through. Thus this album is an agreeable career extension for METAL CHURCH, even if we're unlikely to hear anything new as frantic as "Merciless Onslaught" and "Battalions" or as volatile as "Gods of Wrath".At least Munroe can peel the paint whipping up "Gods of Wrath" onstage, as the Rock Harvest II attendees learned.

Line-Up:

Ronny Munroe - Vocals (2003-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Ronny Munroe, ex-Paladin, ex-FireWölfe, ex-Presto Ballet, ex-Rottweiller, ex-Brutal Godz, ex-Far Cry, ex-Glamm Slamm, ex-Lillian Axe, ex-Sea of Souls
Kurdt Vanderhoof - Guitars (1980-1987, 1998-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Presto Ballet, ex-Vanderhoof, ex-Hall Aflame, ex-The Lewd
Steve Unger - Bass (2004-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Where Angels Suffer, ex-Chris Caffery
Rick van Zandt - Guitars (2008-2009, 2012-present) - See also: ex-Rottweiller
Jeff Plate - Drums (2006-2009, 2012-present) - See also: John West, Machines of Grace, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Savatage, ex-Wicked Witch, ex-Chris Caffery, ex-Doctor Butcher

Tracklist:

01. Bullet Proof
02. Dead City
03. Generation Nothing 05:05
04. Noises in the Wall
05. Jump the Gun
06. Suiciety
07. Scream 04:24
08. Hits Keep Comin'
09. Close to the Bone
10. The Media Horse
11. Remain Silent (Japan Bonus Track)


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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 16 Dec 2022, 11:34

Metal Church - XI (2CD) (Deluxe Edition) (2016)

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Year : 2016
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal , Hard Rock
Country : USA
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans + Video
Size : 167 mb


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Born out of the West Coast Metal scene of the 80's, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre. After signing a deal with Elektra records, they released two critically acclaimed albums. Their self-titled release "Metal Church" postured the band as one of the pioneers of the thrash/metal scene. The All Music Guide had this to say about the debut: "The band's incredibly tight musicianship is a highlight all on it's own. This album remains an overlooked classic of straight-ahead American-bred heavy metal." With the heavy metal scene starting to rise in the U.S., Metal Church set out on a very successful tour with label mates Metallica.Next came "The Dark," the fury of its opening track, "Ton of Bricks" was championed as one of the premier metal releases of the 80's. The Dark also led to one of a few lineup changes with the departure of vocalist David Wayne. However, more success was yet to come. With the addition of former Heretic vocalist Mike Howe, and Metallica guitar tech extraordinaire John Marshall, the riffing became heavier and the subject matter deeper. They tackled political and social issues of the day with the releases of "Blessing In Disguise" and "The Human Factor." At a time when heavy metal bands moved from the underground and became part of the hair band/pop fad, Metal Church stayed true to their roots.During the mid 90's, the members of Metal Church headed in their own directions. Kurdt Vanderhoof worked on his namesake project, Vanderhoof, while Kirk Arrington was playing on various sessions including a recording with Sir Mix-A-Lot. 1999 led to a well-received reunion of the original Metal Church lineup with the release of "Masterpeace". The band went back to their classic sound and played several festivals overseas.2004 saw them back with new vocalist, Ronny Munroe, whose style has been described as "Rob Halford meets Dio", as well as Jay Reynolds (Malice) on guitar and Steve Unger on bass. With a new record "The Weight of the World" and some new blood, heavy metal legends Metal Church picked up where their aptly titled last release "Masterpeace" left off.In 2006, twenty years after their cult album "The Dark", Metal Church presented their brand new release, "A Light In The Dark", forging a creative arch that skillfully links the band's past with the present. Ten new tracks, (plus a new version of the classic "Watch The Children Pray", a tribute to original frontman David Wayne), document the development of a band that, despite all innovation, has never denied it's typical trademarks. The current lineup consists of Kurdt Vanderhoof, Ronny Munroe, Jay Reynolds, Steve Unger and new addition Jeff Plate on drums. "Jeff is an incredibly dynamic and professional drummer," Vanderhoof points out. "He has propelled us to a musical level that surprised even ourselves." Plate has replaced Kirk Arrington, who left the group for health reasons, and proves a real stroke of luck on "A Light In The Dark".In 2008, guitarist Jay Reynolds was replaced by Rottweiler guitar player Rick Van Zandt. This Present Wasteland, Metal Church's ninth release, is a return to their roots and contains some of their strongest material to date.In October 2012, the band announced resumption of activity around a lineup featuring Vanderhoof, Munroe, Unger, Reynolds (soon replaced by Van Zandt), and Plate. Their first performances came the following January during the 70,000 Tons of Metal event, a heavy metal cruise. During one of these two shows, the band played their debut album, Metal Church, in its entirety.Shortly thereafter, Vanderhoof told Music Life Radio that Metal Church has been working on a new album. In order to promote their new album, the band will be playing festivals in the summer of 2013.

Album:

Titans METAL CHURCH return with their new album, "XI", slated for release on March 25 via Rat Pak Records. Produced by Kurdt Vanderhoof and co-produced by Chris "The Wizard" Collier, the band's eleventh studio release also marks the return of legendary vocalist and frontman Mike Howe.The reunion between Mike and METAL CHURCH was put in motion in July of 2014 when Mike started working with Kurdt Vanderhoof on a side project he was forming with Nigel Glockler from SAXON. Through these initial conversations, Kurdt convinced Mike to ultimately return to METAL CHURCH. The idea was to see if they could recapture some of the magic from the three albums METAL CHURCH released in the late '80s: "The Human Factor", "Blessing In Disguise" and "Hanging In The Balance". Out of those sessions, "XI" was born and captures the sound that made the band fan-favorites in the '80's and mixes it with a new, invigorated sound for 2016."Sometimes I still can't believe it myself," says Vanderhoof. "No one would have ever thought Mike would return after his departure almost two decades ago."Adds Howe: "At first, I struggled with the decision to come back, but after hearing the riffs that Kurdt was writing, I just couldn't resist. The music called to me and I wanted to be part of it!"METAL CHURCH has also released an official music video for the debut single from "XI", a song called "No Tomorrow". The clip was filmed in the Satsop Nuclear Facility, an abandoned nuclear power plant in Elma, Washington, with Seattle filmmaker and documentarian Jamie Burton Chamberlin (of Black Dahlia Films), who previously worked with DUFF MACKAGAN'S LOADED on "The Taking" series.Rat Pak Records has entered into a licensing agreement with Nuclear Blast for distribution of "XI" in all territories outside of North America, South America and Japan."We here at Rat Pak Records were very excited to receive a licensing request from Markus Staiger and his amazing team at Nuclear Blast Europe to release this new METAL CHURCH [album] into their international territories, ultimately ensuring that this album will reach every corner of the globe," states Rat Pak Records president Joe O'Brien.Staiger adds: "We are happy and proud to welcome METAL CHURCH, an absolute metal legend, to the Nuclear Blast Europe family! When the self-titled debut album was released in 1984, it was a revelation to me — that this was how heavy metal had to sound like — with killer riffs and plenty of speed!"We will do our utmost to help re-establish METAL CHURCH here in Europe and get them back where they belong — in the 'Champions League' once again!"King Records will oversee the new METAL CHURCH release throughout Japan."We are very excited to be releasing the new album by METAL CHURCH," adds "Ryo" Saito of King Records.

Line-Up:

Mike Howe - Vocals (1988-1994, 2015-present) - See also: ex-Heretic, ex-Snair
Kurdt Vanderhoof - Guitars (1982-1987, 1998-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Presto Ballet, ex-Vanderhoof, ex-Hall Aflame, ex-The Lewd
Steve Unger - Bass (2004-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Where Angels Suffer, ex-Chris Caffery, ex-Temple of Brutality (live)
Rick van Zandt - Guitars (2008-2009, 2012-present) - See also: ex-Rottweiller
Jeff Plate - Drums (2006-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Savatage, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, John West, ex-Machines of Grace, ex-Wicked Witch, ex-Chris Caffery, ex-Doctor Butcher

Tracklist:

01. Reset 03:54
02. Killing Your Time 05:06
03. No Tomorrow 05:08
04. Signal Path 07:12
05. Sky Falls In 07:01
06. Needle and Suture 04:38
07. Shadow 04:08
08. Blow Your Mind 06:28
09. Soul Eating Machine 04:41
10. It Waits 05:15
11. Suffer Fools 04:54
12. Fan the Fire (Bonus Track)

Bonus CD:

01. The Coward
02. Blister Fist
03. God Hit
04. The Enemy Mind
05. Signal Path (radio edit)
06. Badlands
07. Shadow (demo version)
08. No Tomorrow (alt mix)

+ Video "No Tomorrow" (Official Video)


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Metal Church - Classic Live (2017)

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Year : 2017
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal , Hard Rock
Country : USA
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans + Video
Size : 167 mb


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Born out of the West Coast Metal scene of the 80's, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre. After signing a deal with Elektra records, they released two critically acclaimed albums. Their self-titled release "Metal Church" postured the band as one of the pioneers of the thrash/metal scene. The All Music Guide had this to say about the debut: "The band's incredibly tight musicianship is a highlight all on it's own. This album remains an overlooked classic of straight-ahead American-bred heavy metal." With the heavy metal scene starting to rise in the U.S., Metal Church set out on a very successful tour with label mates Metallica.Next came "The Dark," the fury of its opening track, "Ton of Bricks" was championed as one of the premier metal releases of the 80's. The Dark also led to one of a few lineup changes with the departure of vocalist David Wayne. However, more success was yet to come. With the addition of former Heretic vocalist Mike Howe, and Metallica guitar tech extraordinaire John Marshall, the riffing became heavier and the subject matter deeper. They tackled political and social issues of the day with the releases of "Blessing In Disguise" and "The Human Factor." At a time when heavy metal bands moved from the underground and became part of the hair band/pop fad, Metal Church stayed true to their roots.During the mid 90's, the members of Metal Church headed in their own directions. Kurdt Vanderhoof worked on his namesake project, Vanderhoof, while Kirk Arrington was playing on various sessions including a recording with Sir Mix-A-Lot. 1999 led to a well-received reunion of the original Metal Church lineup with the release of "Masterpeace". The band went back to their classic sound and played several festivals overseas.2004 saw them back with new vocalist, Ronny Munroe, whose style has been described as "Rob Halford meets Dio", as well as Jay Reynolds (Malice) on guitar and Steve Unger on bass. With a new record "The Weight of the World" and some new blood, heavy metal legends Metal Church picked up where their aptly titled last release "Masterpeace" left off.In 2006, twenty years after their cult album "The Dark", Metal Church presented their brand new release, "A Light In The Dark", forging a creative arch that skillfully links the band's past with the present. Ten new tracks, (plus a new version of the classic "Watch The Children Pray", a tribute to original frontman David Wayne), document the development of a band that, despite all innovation, has never denied it's typical trademarks. The current lineup consists of Kurdt Vanderhoof, Ronny Munroe, Jay Reynolds, Steve Unger and new addition Jeff Plate on drums. "Jeff is an incredibly dynamic and professional drummer," Vanderhoof points out. "He has propelled us to a musical level that surprised even ourselves." Plate has replaced Kirk Arrington, who left the group for health reasons, and proves a real stroke of luck on "A Light In The Dark".In 2008, guitarist Jay Reynolds was replaced by Rottweiler guitar player Rick Van Zandt. This Present Wasteland, Metal Church's ninth release, is a return to their roots and contains some of their strongest material to date.In October 2012, the band announced resumption of activity around a lineup featuring Vanderhoof, Munroe, Unger, Reynolds (soon replaced by Van Zandt), and Plate. Their first performances came the following January during the 70,000 Tons of Metal event, a heavy metal cruise. During one of these two shows, the band played their debut album, Metal Church, in its entirety.Shortly thereafter, Vanderhoof told Music Life Radio that Metal Church has been working on a new album. In order to promote their new album, the band will be playing festivals in the summer of 2013.

Album:

Titans METAL CHURCH return with their new album, "XI", slated for release on March 25 via Rat Pak Records. Produced by Kurdt Vanderhoof and co-produced by Chris "The Wizard" Collier, the band's eleventh studio release also marks the return of legendary vocalist and frontman Mike Howe.The reunion between Mike and METAL CHURCH was put in motion in July of 2014 when Mike started working with Kurdt Vanderhoof on a side project he was forming with Nigel Glockler from SAXON. Through these initial conversations, Kurdt convinced Mike to ultimately return to METAL CHURCH. The idea was to see if they could recapture some of the magic from the three albums METAL CHURCH released in the late '80s: "The Human Factor", "Blessing In Disguise" and "Hanging In The Balance". Out of those sessions, "XI" was born and captures the sound that made the band fan-favorites in the '80's and mixes it with a new, invigorated sound for 2016."Sometimes I still can't believe it myself," says Vanderhoof. "No one would have ever thought Mike would return after his departure almost two decades ago."Adds Howe: "At first, I struggled with the decision to come back, but after hearing the riffs that Kurdt was writing, I just couldn't resist. The music called to me and I wanted to be part of it!"METAL CHURCH has also released an official music video for the debut single from "XI", a song called "No Tomorrow". The clip was filmed in the Satsop Nuclear Facility, an abandoned nuclear power plant in Elma, Washington, with Seattle filmmaker and documentarian Jamie Burton Chamberlin (of Black Dahlia Films), who previously worked with DUFF MACKAGAN'S LOADED on "The Taking" series.Rat Pak Records has entered into a licensing agreement with Nuclear Blast for distribution of "XI" in all territories outside of North America, South America and Japan."We here at Rat Pak Records were very excited to receive a licensing request from Markus Staiger and his amazing team at Nuclear Blast Europe to release this new METAL CHURCH [album] into their international territories, ultimately ensuring that this album will reach every corner of the globe," states Rat Pak Records president Joe O'Brien.Staiger adds: "We are happy and proud to welcome METAL CHURCH, an absolute metal legend, to the Nuclear Blast Europe family! When the self-titled debut album was released in 1984, it was a revelation to me — that this was how heavy metal had to sound like — with killer riffs and plenty of speed!"We will do our utmost to help re-establish METAL CHURCH here in Europe and get them back where they belong — in the 'Champions League' once again!"King Records will oversee the new METAL CHURCH release throughout Japan."We are very excited to be releasing the new album by METAL CHURCH," adds "Ryo" Saito of King Records.

Line-Up:

Mike Howe - Vocals (1988-1994, 2015-present) - See also: ex-Heretic, ex-Snair
Kurdt Vanderhoof - Guitars (1982-1987, 1998-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Presto Ballet, ex-Vanderhoof, ex-Hall Aflame, ex-The Lewd
Rick van Zandt - Guitars (2008-2009, 2012-present) - See also: ex-Rottweiller
Steve Unger - Bass (2004-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Where Angels Suffer, ex-Chris Caffery, ex-Temple of Brutality (live)
Jeff Plate - Drums (2006-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Savatage, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, John West, ex-Machines of Grace, ex-Wicked Witch, ex-Chris Caffery, ex-Doctor Butcher

Tracklist:

01. Beyond the Black
02. Date with Poverty
03. Gods of a Second Chance
04. In Mourning
05. Watch the Children Pray
06. Start the Fire
07. No Friend of Mine
08. Badlands
09. The Human Factor
10. Fake Healer (Bonus Studio Track)

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Metal Church - Damned If You Do (2CD) (Japan Limited Edition) (2018)

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Year : 2018 (Japan Limited Edition)
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal , Hard Rock
Country : USA
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans + Video
Size : 167 mb


Bio:

Born out of the West Coast Metal scene of the 80's, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre. After signing a deal with Elektra records, they released two critically acclaimed albums. Their self-titled release "Metal Church" postured the band as one of the pioneers of the thrash/metal scene. The All Music Guide had this to say about the debut: "The band's incredibly tight musicianship is a highlight all on it's own. This album remains an overlooked classic of straight-ahead American-bred heavy metal." With the heavy metal scene starting to rise in the U.S., Metal Church set out on a very successful tour with label mates Metallica.Next came "The Dark," the fury of its opening track, "Ton of Bricks" was championed as one of the premier metal releases of the 80's. The Dark also led to one of a few lineup changes with the departure of vocalist David Wayne. However, more success was yet to come. With the addition of former Heretic vocalist Mike Howe, and Metallica guitar tech extraordinaire John Marshall, the riffing became heavier and the subject matter deeper. They tackled political and social issues of the day with the releases of "Blessing In Disguise" and "The Human Factor." At a time when heavy metal bands moved from the underground and became part of the hair band/pop fad, Metal Church stayed true to their roots.During the mid 90's, the members of Metal Church headed in their own directions. Kurdt Vanderhoof worked on his namesake project, Vanderhoof, while Kirk Arrington was playing on various sessions including a recording with Sir Mix-A-Lot. 1999 led to a well-received reunion of the original Metal Church lineup with the release of "Masterpeace". The band went back to their classic sound and played several festivals overseas.2004 saw them back with new vocalist, Ronny Munroe, whose style has been described as "Rob Halford meets Dio", as well as Jay Reynolds (Malice) on guitar and Steve Unger on bass. With a new record "The Weight of the World" and some new blood, heavy metal legends Metal Church picked up where their aptly titled last release "Masterpeace" left off.In 2006, twenty years after their cult album "The Dark", Metal Church presented their brand new release, "A Light In The Dark", forging a creative arch that skillfully links the band's past with the present. Ten new tracks, (plus a new version of the classic "Watch The Children Pray", a tribute to original frontman David Wayne), document the development of a band that, despite all innovation, has never denied it's typical trademarks. The current lineup consists of Kurdt Vanderhoof, Ronny Munroe, Jay Reynolds, Steve Unger and new addition Jeff Plate on drums. "Jeff is an incredibly dynamic and professional drummer," Vanderhoof points out. "He has propelled us to a musical level that surprised even ourselves." Plate has replaced Kirk Arrington, who left the group for health reasons, and proves a real stroke of luck on "A Light In The Dark".In 2008, guitarist Jay Reynolds was replaced by Rottweiler guitar player Rick Van Zandt. This Present Wasteland, Metal Church's ninth release, is a return to their roots and contains some of their strongest material to date.In October 2012, the band announced resumption of activity around a lineup featuring Vanderhoof, Munroe, Unger, Reynolds (soon replaced by Van Zandt), and Plate. Their first performances came the following January during the 70,000 Tons of Metal event, a heavy metal cruise. During one of these two shows, the band played their debut album, Metal Church, in its entirety.Shortly thereafter, Vanderhoof told Music Life Radio that Metal Church has been working on a new album. In order to promote their new album, the band will be playing festivals in the summer of 2013.

Album:

Metal Church will release their 12th full-length studio album, "Damned If You Do", via Nuclear Blast Records. The latest release is the follow-up to their highly successful 2016 album "XI", which saw the return of legendary frontman Mike Howe. "Damned If You Do" is a cross between the band's iconic "Blessing In Disguise" and "The Human Factor". This new offering features ten fully-charged, classic metal influenced songs that showcase the sound that has garnered the band a solid fan base for over 3 decades.Metal Church is one of the most revered and classic heavy metal acts of the 1980’s, when they put out arguably some of the best traditional metal albums to date, the homonym juggernaut in 1984 and the orgasmic follow-up ‘The Dark’ (1986), all under the undeniably marvelous vocals of David Wayne (R.I.P.). Closing service for a while, the preachers came back in 2012 to release the so-so ‘Generation Nothing’ (2013), but it is with Father Mike Howe back on the helm for the second time since he left in the middle of the 1990’s that they celebrate their mass number 12, ‘Damned If You Do’.The quasi-thrash instrumental, the harsher vocal lines and the ability to write sexy riffs were always part of the band’s style of play, which was somewhat toned down in their 21st century comeback. With ‘XI’ (2016), Kurdt Vanderhoof managed to rescue that aura and provide us with a good taste of the good old Metal Church and further solidifies this in the new album by adding more mature songwriting and slicker playing.Howe’s pipes are as ridiculous as ever and he proves it right from the start with the title track. A great beginning to the record, it flows smoothly with good energy – especially in the main riff and the chorus – and virtuous instrumental, adding a cool spice to what we are used to see with the California natives.Follow-ups “The Black Things” and “By the Numbers” continue with the solid rhythm, this time around with a somewhat evil aura that is uncommon for the band. The constant riffing by Vanderhoof and Rick van Zandt and Howe’s aggressive vocals are what make these special, even when Stet Howland’s drums feel muffled at times and the bass lines by Steve Unger are almost inexistent, courtesy of bad production work. The riff machine never stops, though, and both tracks are masterfully constructed to be blood-pumping, full of attitude anthems.Even the weaker songs here have a little bit of charm, these being the mid-tempo “Revolution Underway” and the Accept-esque “Monkey Finger”. While the first serves as the most “epic” track here by displaying a sense of urgency, almost melodic and melancholic, the second reminds us of the hard/heavy acts of the 1980’s by being more cadenced and with little flair or prolific passages. These are fine, don’t get me wrong, but they’re just not on par with the rest of the tunes in the album.The smooth flow and the thrashy vibe continue in the mid portion with energetic moments like “Guillotine” and “Rot Away”. Galloping riffs are the weapon of choice for the former, which then changes pace in the second verse slowly building again, while the latter is just some straight up, no frills heavy metal tune that strikes like a punch in the liver; two selected moments that are likely to make you grab that leather jacket you keep stored in the closet in case some kick ass music comes around and you want to pump it up to the max volume to blow your stupid neighbor’s ears off.“Into the Fold” is also a winner and, similarly to “The Black Things”, shows a darker side of Metal Church. It’s one of the most powerful and savage tracks in the album when it doesn’t suffer from muffled sound, a problem which plagues the entire effort. “The War Electric”, a good but ultimately forgettable track, closes the album. It would fare better if not for the song that it follows, which is one of the best Metal Church tracks, period.“Out of Balance” destroys, obliterates and completely puts to shame every other song released by Metal Church since, I don’t know, ‘Hanging in the Balance’ (1993). It has so much firepower, it’s so badass that even the shitty production is not enough to diminish its superiority. It’s a steamroller with ace guitar work and one of the best moments of Howe’s legacy since his return.The production and mixing could be better, as the sound often times is muffled and only Howe’s vocals stand out, leaving all instruments in the background, consequently hurting the final product. The overall sound is so good, though, that the bad production itself is put in the background, so this is nothing to be fret about.‘Damned If You Do’ has an old-school vibe that reminds us of the same Metal Church we heard in the early 90’s and even some glimpses of the 80’s. It stands somewhere between classic albums like ‘Hanging in the Balance’ and ‘Blessing in Disguise’ (1989) and their modern works like ‘XI’ and ‘A Light in the Dark’ (2006). With Vanderhoof and Howe at their finest and the other members equally doing a great job, it’s clear that this church will prosper with competent preaching for a long time; o come, all ye faithful, as it is Sunday morning in the metal world.

Line-Up:

Kurdt Vanderhoof - Guitars (1982-1987, 1998-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Presto Ballet, ex-Vanderhoof, ex-Hall Aflame, ex-The Lewd
Mike Howe - Vocals (1988-1994, 2015-present) - See also: ex-Heretic, ex-Snair
Steve Unger - Bass (2004-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Where Angels Suffer, ex-Chris Caffery, ex-Temple of Brutality (live)
Rick van Zandt - Guitars (2008-2009, 2012-present) - See also: ex-Rottweiller
Stet Howland - drums

Tracklist:

CD1: Damned If You Do

01. Damned If You Do
02. The Black Things
03. By The Numbers
04. Revolution Underway
05. Guillotine
06. Rot Away
07. Into The Fold
08. Monkey Finger
09. Out Of Balance
10. The War Electric

CD2: Classic Live

01. Beyond The Black (Live' 2016)
02. Date With Poverty (Live' 2016)
03. Gods Of A Second Chance (Live' 2016)
04. In Mourning (Live' 2016)
05. Watch The Children Pray (Live' 2016)
06. Start The Fire (Live' 2016)
07. No Friend Of Mine (Live' 2016)
08. Badlands (Live' 2016)
09. Human Factor (Live' 2016)
10. Fake Healer (Duet with Todd La Torre' Studio vers.)
11. Badlands (2015' Studio vers.)

+ Video "By The Numbers" (Official Video)


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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 16 Dec 2022, 11:39

Metal Church - From The Vault (2020)

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Year : 2020
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal , Hard Rock
Country : USA
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 189 mb


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Born out of the West Coast Metal scene of the 80's, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre. After signing a deal with Elektra records, they released two critically acclaimed albums. Their self-titled release "Metal Church" postured the band as one of the pioneers of the thrash/metal scene. The All Music Guide had this to say about the debut: "The band's incredibly tight musicianship is a highlight all on it's own. This album remains an overlooked classic of straight-ahead American-bred heavy metal." With the heavy metal scene starting to rise in the U.S., Metal Church set out on a very successful tour with label mates Metallica.Next came "The Dark," the fury of its opening track, "Ton of Bricks" was championed as one of the premier metal releases of the 80's. The Dark also led to one of a few lineup changes with the departure of vocalist David Wayne. However, more success was yet to come. With the addition of former Heretic vocalist Mike Howe, and Metallica guitar tech extraordinaire John Marshall, the riffing became heavier and the subject matter deeper. They tackled political and social issues of the day with the releases of "Blessing In Disguise" and "The Human Factor." At a time when heavy metal bands moved from the underground and became part of the hair band/pop fad, Metal Church stayed true to their roots.During the mid 90's, the members of Metal Church headed in their own directions. Kurdt Vanderhoof worked on his namesake project, Vanderhoof, while Kirk Arrington was playing on various sessions including a recording with Sir Mix-A-Lot. 1999 led to a well-received reunion of the original Metal Church lineup with the release of "Masterpeace". The band went back to their classic sound and played several festivals overseas.2004 saw them back with new vocalist, Ronny Munroe, whose style has been described as "Rob Halford meets Dio", as well as Jay Reynolds (Malice) on guitar and Steve Unger on bass. With a new record "The Weight of the World" and some new blood, heavy metal legends Metal Church picked up where their aptly titled last release "Masterpeace" left off.In 2006, twenty years after their cult album "The Dark", Metal Church presented their brand new release, "A Light In The Dark", forging a creative arch that skillfully links the band's past with the present. Ten new tracks, (plus a new version of the classic "Watch The Children Pray", a tribute to original frontman David Wayne), document the development of a band that, despite all innovation, has never denied it's typical trademarks. The current lineup consists of Kurdt Vanderhoof, Ronny Munroe, Jay Reynolds, Steve Unger and new addition Jeff Plate on drums. "Jeff is an incredibly dynamic and professional drummer," Vanderhoof points out. "He has propelled us to a musical level that surprised even ourselves." Plate has replaced Kirk Arrington, who left the group for health reasons, and proves a real stroke of luck on "A Light In The Dark".In 2008, guitarist Jay Reynolds was replaced by Rottweiler guitar player Rick Van Zandt. This Present Wasteland, Metal Church's ninth release, is a return to their roots and contains some of their strongest material to date.In October 2012, the band announced resumption of activity around a lineup featuring Vanderhoof, Munroe, Unger, Reynolds (soon replaced by Van Zandt), and Plate. Their first performances came the following January during the 70,000 Tons of Metal event, a heavy metal cruise. During one of these two shows, the band played their debut album, Metal Church, in its entirety.Shortly thereafter, Vanderhoof told Music Life Radio that Metal Church has been working on a new album. In order to promote their new album, the band will be playing festivals in the summer of 2013.

Album:

Throughout the historical timeline of heavy metal, the 1980s is and will always be a hallmark decade spawning countless artists, many of whom are still active today. Metal Church is one such band that has maintained a fairly consistent stream of output since their debut album in 1984. Many line-up changes have disrupted their timeline but they seem to be stable for now, having had the same roster for the past two albums. Metal Church currently consists of Steve Unger on bass, Stet Howland on drums, Rick Van Zandt on guitar, Kurdt Vanderhoof on guitar and Mike Howe on vocals who rejoined the band in 2015 after an almost 25-year hiatus.With their upcoming release set to drop, Metal Church continues to prove that they have the rock ’n roll chops to deliver material that’s modern with a classic metal edge. With Howe providing the lead role and main vocals, Metal Church has regained the sound they made their own as he sounds pretty much exactly the same as he did 25 years ago.‘From the Vault’ will be the band’s 13th official release containing four new tracks, “Dead on the Vine”, “For No Reason”, “Conductor” and “Above the Madness”. All four of these are super high-energy tracks. “Dead on the Vine” has a driving drum beat and an extended guitar solo but entwined within the chorus are small guitar solo-type sequences that sound slightly muddy. “For No Reason” has the same basic make-up but has a very unique off-tempo chorus that sets this one apart. This song really showcases Howe’s vocal quality as compared to his previous work. “Conductor” proves to fit as many words into a four-minute song as possible. But, it works. It has a decidedly atmospheric breakdown that leads into a solo accentuated by the repeated chorus. “Above the Madness” is the longest of the new tracks, clocking in at 5:41. This song also has an extended solo that seems to be passed between the two guitarists.The following five tracks are B-sides from the “Damned if I Do” sessions, their last studio release. “Mind Thief”, “Tell Lie Vision”, “False Flag”, all follow in the same vein as their predecessors. High-energy, catchy choruses, extended guitar solos. “Insta Mental”, logically enough, is, in fact, an instrumental track. There was a time when almost all hard rock albums had at least one all-instrumental track. It’s hard to say when artists stopped doing this. “Insta Mental” is a solid track and super fun to listen to. All bands should really consider doing an instrumental track as they spotlight the combined talent and musicianship of their respective members. Plus it’s a natural opportunity for ego solos during live performances. The last of the B-side tracks is “432 Hz”, another instrumental that is far different than the one before it. Starting out with an acoustic sequence, it stays fairly subdued throughout the almost four-minute running time.The next three tracks are covers of previously released tunes by other artists. “Please Don’t Judas Me” is an inordinately long Nazareth cover with a running time of 6:52. It is a solid rendition of the Nazareth original but it does get a little tiring after a while. “Green-Eyed Lady” is a Sugarloaf cover from 1970 and is the best cover of the three. It’s an equally long song but the overall composition is much more entertaining than “Judas”. “Black Betty” is a song that is credited to the legendary blues artist Leadbelly but was made famous by Ram Jam in 1977. Howe’s vocals don’t quite seem to fit the vibe of the song and lend an almost cacophonic air.The next two songs are reworks from Metal Church’s previous release, “Blessing in Disguise” from back in 1989. “Fake Healer” was re-recorded with the help of Todd La Torre (Queensryche) and features his vocals quite prominently. “Badlands”, one of MC’s most commercially successful singles, was also reworked with mixed results. It combines Howe’s original vocals from the classic 1989 recording with new vocals woven in although it’s hard to tell since he sounds exactly the same. It’s also mixed differently so it sounds very subtly different than the original. It’s a little odd when an aspect of the original song is no longer there but you’re still looking for it.With this release, Metal Church continues to prove its worth in the metal industry. The new tracks, combined with the covers and reworks of their previously recorded tracks, perpetuates the new era of Metal Church which will, hopefully, continue into the future.

Line-Up:

Kurdt Vanderhoof - Guitars (1982-1987, 1998-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Presto Ballet, ex-Vanderhoof, ex-Hall Aflame, ex-The Lewd
Mike Howe - Vocals (1988-1994, 2015-present) - See also: ex-Heretic, ex-Snair
Steve Unger - Bass (2004-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Where Angels Suffer, ex-Chris Caffery, ex-Temple of Brutality (live)
Rick van Zandt - Guitars (2008-2009, 2012-present) - See also: ex-Rottweiller
Stet Howland - drums

Tracklist:

01. Dead On The Vine
02. For No Reason
03. Conductor [redux]
04. Above The Madness
05. Mind Thief
06. Tell Lie Vision
07. False Flag
08. Insta Mental
09. 432hz
10. Please Don't Judas Me [Nazareth cover]
11. Green Eyed Lady [Sugarloaf cover]
12. Black Betty [Ram Jam cover]
13. Agent Green [Live in Japan]
14. Anthem To The Estranged [Live in Japan]
15. Killing Your Time [Wizard mix][digital and comic CD bonus]
16. Needle & Suture [Metal mix][digital and comic CD bonus]
17. The Enemy Mind ["XI" bonus track][digital download bonus]
18. The Coward [digital download bonus]


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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 16 Dec 2022, 11:40

Metal Church - The Best Of Mike Howe 2016-2021 (2022)

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Year : 2022
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal , Hard Rock
Country : USA
Audio : 320 kbps + front
Size : 104 mb


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Born out of the West Coast Metal scene of the 80's, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre. After signing a deal with Elektra records, they released two critically acclaimed albums. Their self-titled release "Metal Church" postured the band as one of the pioneers of the thrash/metal scene. The All Music Guide had this to say about the debut: "The band's incredibly tight musicianship is a highlight all on it's own. This album remains an overlooked classic of straight-ahead American-bred heavy metal." With the heavy metal scene starting to rise in the U.S., Metal Church set out on a very successful tour with label mates Metallica.Next came "The Dark," the fury of its opening track, "Ton of Bricks" was championed as one of the premier metal releases of the 80's. The Dark also led to one of a few lineup changes with the departure of vocalist David Wayne. However, more success was yet to come. With the addition of former Heretic vocalist Mike Howe, and Metallica guitar tech extraordinaire John Marshall, the riffing became heavier and the subject matter deeper. They tackled political and social issues of the day with the releases of "Blessing In Disguise" and "The Human Factor." At a time when heavy metal bands moved from the underground and became part of the hair band/pop fad, Metal Church stayed true to their roots.During the mid 90's, the members of Metal Church headed in their own directions. Kurdt Vanderhoof worked on his namesake project, Vanderhoof, while Kirk Arrington was playing on various sessions including a recording with Sir Mix-A-Lot. 1999 led to a well-received reunion of the original Metal Church lineup with the release of "Masterpeace". The band went back to their classic sound and played several festivals overseas.2004 saw them back with new vocalist, Ronny Munroe, whose style has been described as "Rob Halford meets Dio", as well as Jay Reynolds (Malice) on guitar and Steve Unger on bass. With a new record "The Weight of the World" and some new blood, heavy metal legends Metal Church picked up where their aptly titled last release "Masterpeace" left off.In 2006, twenty years after their cult album "The Dark", Metal Church presented their brand new release, "A Light In The Dark", forging a creative arch that skillfully links the band's past with the present. Ten new tracks, (plus a new version of the classic "Watch The Children Pray", a tribute to original frontman David Wayne), document the development of a band that, despite all innovation, has never denied it's typical trademarks. The current lineup consists of Kurdt Vanderhoof, Ronny Munroe, Jay Reynolds, Steve Unger and new addition Jeff Plate on drums. "Jeff is an incredibly dynamic and professional drummer," Vanderhoof points out. "He has propelled us to a musical level that surprised even ourselves." Plate has replaced Kirk Arrington, who left the group for health reasons, and proves a real stroke of luck on "A Light In The Dark".In 2008, guitarist Jay Reynolds was replaced by Rottweiler guitar player Rick Van Zandt. This Present Wasteland, Metal Church's ninth release, is a return to their roots and contains some of their strongest material to date.In October 2012, the band announced resumption of activity around a lineup featuring Vanderhoof, Munroe, Unger, Reynolds (soon replaced by Van Zandt), and Plate. Their first performances came the following January during the 70,000 Tons of Metal event, a heavy metal cruise. During one of these two shows, the band played their debut album, Metal Church, in its entirety.Shortly thereafter, Vanderhoof told Music Life Radio that Metal Church has been working on a new album. In order to promote their new album, the band will be playing festivals in the summer of 2013.

Album:

Compiliation focusing on the late great vocalist for Metal Church. Featuers one unreleased bonus track "Never Grow Old".

Line-Up:

Mike Howe - Vocals (1988-1994, 2015-present) - See also: ex-Heretic, ex-Snair
Kurdt Vanderhoof - Guitars (1982-1987, 1998-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Presto Ballet, ex-Vanderhoof, ex-Hall Aflame, ex-The Lewd
Steve Unger - Bass (2004-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Where Angels Suffer, ex-Chris Caffery, ex-Temple of Brutality (live)
Rick van Zandt - Guitars (2008-2009, 2012-present) - See also: ex-Rottweiller
Stet Howland - Drums (2017-present) - See also: Killing Machine, ex-Temple of Brutality, 10,000 Views, ex-Belladonna, ex-Impellitteri, ex-Violent Storm, ex-W.A.S.P., ex-Stream, ex-Blackfoot, ex-Chet Thompson, ex-Four by Fate, ex-Lita Ford, ex-Where Angels Suffer

Tracklist:

01. Reset
02. Killing Your Time
03. No Tomorrow
04. Needle & Suture
05. Damned If You Do
06. By the Numbers
07. Dead on the Vine
08. For No Reason
09. The War Electric
10. Never Grow Old (Bonus Track)


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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 24 Máj 2023, 15:48

Metal Church - Congregation Of Annihilation (2023)

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Year : 2023
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 125 mb


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Born out of the West Coast Metal scene of the 80's, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre. After signing a deal with Elektra records, they released two critically acclaimed albums. Their self-titled release "Metal Church" postured the band as one of the pioneers of the thrash/metal scene. The All Music Guide had this to say about the debut: "The band's incredibly tight musicianship is a highlight all on it's own. This album remains an overlooked classic of straight-ahead American-bred heavy metal." With the heavy metal scene starting to rise in the U.S., Metal Church set out on a very successful tour with label mates Metallica.Next came "The Dark," the fury of its opening track, "Ton of Bricks" was championed as one of the premier metal releases of the 80's. The Dark also led to one of a few lineup changes with the departure of vocalist David Wayne. However, more success was yet to come. With the addition of former Heretic vocalist Mike Howe, and Metallica guitar tech extraordinaire John Marshall, the riffing became heavier and the subject matter deeper. They tackled political and social issues of the day with the releases of "Blessing In Disguise" and "The Human Factor." At a time when heavy metal bands moved from the underground and became part of the hair band/pop fad, Metal Church stayed true to their roots.During the mid 90's, the members of Metal Church headed in their own directions. Kurdt Vanderhoof worked on his namesake project, Vanderhoof, while Kirk Arrington was playing on various sessions including a recording with Sir Mix-A-Lot. 1999 led to a well-received reunion of the original Metal Church lineup with the release of "Masterpeace". The band went back to their classic sound and played several festivals overseas.2004 saw them back with new vocalist, Ronny Munroe, whose style has been described as "Rob Halford meets Dio", as well as Jay Reynolds (Malice) on guitar and Steve Unger on bass. With a new record "The Weight of the World" and some new blood, heavy metal legends Metal Church picked up where their aptly titled last release "Masterpeace" left off.In 2006, twenty years after their cult album "The Dark", Metal Church presented their brand new release, "A Light In The Dark", forging a creative arch that skillfully links the band's past with the present. Ten new tracks, (plus a new version of the classic "Watch The Children Pray", a tribute to original frontman David Wayne), document the development of a band that, despite all innovation, has never denied it's typical trademarks. The current lineup consists of Kurdt Vanderhoof, Ronny Munroe, Jay Reynolds, Steve Unger and new addition Jeff Plate on drums. "Jeff is an incredibly dynamic and professional drummer," Vanderhoof points out. "He has propelled us to a musical level that surprised even ourselves." Plate has replaced Kirk Arrington, who left the group for health reasons, and proves a real stroke of luck on "A Light In The Dark".In 2008, guitarist Jay Reynolds was replaced by Rottweiler guitar player Rick Van Zandt. This Present Wasteland, Metal Church's ninth release, is a return to their roots and contains some of their strongest material to date.In October 2012, the band announced resumption of activity around a lineup featuring Vanderhoof, Munroe, Unger, Reynolds (soon replaced by Van Zandt), and Plate. Their first performances came the following January during the 70,000 Tons of Metal event, a heavy metal cruise. During one of these two shows, the band played their debut album, Metal Church, in its entirety.Shortly thereafter, Vanderhoof told Music Life Radio that Metal Church has been working on a new album. In order to promote their new album, the band will be playing festivals in the summer of 2013.

Album:

The new album marks the first release since the tragic death of legendary front man Mike Howe who passed in July of 2021. It also marks the first album with new vocalist Marc Lopes (Ross the Boss / Let Us Prey) who came on board in the summer of 2022 and features the current lineup of founding guitarist Kurdt Vanderhoof, guitarist Rick Van Zandt, bassist Steve Unger and drummer Stet Howland. The new songs are a return to the band’s musical roots harkening back to the vibes of the self-titled first album and The Dark.

Line-Up:

Marc Lopes - Vocals (2023-present) - See also: Let Us Prey, Ross the Boss, ex-Hellspeak, ex-Sleeping Giant, ex-Trigger Effect, Dark Day Sunday, Kobra Kai, ex-Meliah Rage, ex-Hammersmyth
Kurdt Vanderhoof - Guitars (1982-1987, 1998-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Presto Ballet, ex-Vanderhoof, ex-Hall Aflame, ex-The Lewd
Steve Unger - Bass (2004-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Where Angels Suffer, ex-Chris Caffery, ex-Temple of Brutality (live)
Rick van Zandt - Guitars (2008-2009, 2012-present) - See also: ex-Rottweiller
Stet Howland - Drums (2017-present) - See also: Killing Machine, ex-Temple of Brutality, 10,000 Views, ex-Belladonna, ex-Impellitteri, ex-Violent Storm, ex-W.A.S.P., ex-Stream, ex-Blackfoot, ex-Chet Thompson, ex-Four by Fate, ex-Lita Ford, ex-Where Angels Suffer

Tracklist:

01. Another Judgement Day 03:37
02. Congregation of Annihilation 04:24
03. Pick a God and Prey 04:39 Show lyrics
04. Children of the Lie 05:48
05. Me the Nothing 05:33
06. Making Monsters 05:29 Show lyrics
07. Say a Prayer with 7 Bullets 03:35
08. These Violent Thrills 03:46
09. All That We Destroy 04:11
10. My Favorite Sin 04:24 (Bonus Track)
11. Laughter 03:44 (Bonus Track)
12. Salvation 03:44 (US Bonus Track)


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Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 15 Jún 2023, 06:18

Metal Church - The Elektra Years 1984-1989 (3CD) (2020)

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Year : 2020 (Box Set Edition)
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + scans
Size : 353 mb


Bio:

Born out of the West Coast Metal scene of the 80's, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre. After signing a deal with Elektra records, they released two critically acclaimed albums. Their self-titled release "Metal Church" postured the band as one of the pioneers of the thrash/metal scene. The All Music Guide had this to say about the debut: "The band's incredibly tight musicianship is a highlight all on it's own. This album remains an overlooked classic of straight-ahead American-bred heavy metal." With the heavy metal scene starting to rise in the U.S., Metal Church set out on a very successful tour with label mates Metallica.Next came "The Dark," the fury of its opening track, "Ton of Bricks" was championed as one of the premier metal releases of the 80's. The Dark also led to one of a few lineup changes with the departure of vocalist David Wayne. However, more success was yet to come. With the addition of former Heretic vocalist Mike Howe, and Metallica guitar tech extraordinaire John Marshall, the riffing became heavier and the subject matter deeper. They tackled political and social issues of the day with the releases of "Blessing In Disguise" and "The Human Factor." At a time when heavy metal bands moved from the underground and became part of the hair band/pop fad, Metal Church stayed true to their roots.During the mid 90's, the members of Metal Church headed in their own directions. Kurdt Vanderhoof worked on his namesake project, Vanderhoof, while Kirk Arrington was playing on various sessions including a recording with Sir Mix-A-Lot. 1999 led to a well-received reunion of the original Metal Church lineup with the release of "Masterpeace". The band went back to their classic sound and played several festivals overseas.2004 saw them back with new vocalist, Ronny Munroe, whose style has been described as "Rob Halford meets Dio", as well as Jay Reynolds (Malice) on guitar and Steve Unger on bass. With a new record "The Weight of the World" and some new blood, heavy metal legends Metal Church picked up where their aptly titled last release "Masterpeace" left off.In 2006, twenty years after their cult album "The Dark", Metal Church presented their brand new release, "A Light In The Dark", forging a creative arch that skillfully links the band's past with the present. Ten new tracks, (plus a new version of the classic "Watch The Children Pray", a tribute to original frontman David Wayne), document the development of a band that, despite all innovation, has never denied it's typical trademarks. The current lineup consists of Kurdt Vanderhoof, Ronny Munroe, Jay Reynolds, Steve Unger and new addition Jeff Plate on drums. "Jeff is an incredibly dynamic and professional drummer," Vanderhoof points out. "He has propelled us to a musical level that surprised even ourselves." Plate has replaced Kirk Arrington, who left the group for health reasons, and proves a real stroke of luck on "A Light In The Dark".In 2008, guitarist Jay Reynolds was replaced by Rottweiler guitar player Rick Van Zandt. This Present Wasteland, Metal Church's ninth release, is a return to their roots and contains some of their strongest material to date.In October 2012, the band announced resumption of activity around a lineup featuring Vanderhoof, Munroe, Unger, Reynolds (soon replaced by Van Zandt), and Plate. Their first performances came the following January during the 70,000 Tons of Metal event, a heavy metal cruise. During one of these two shows, the band played their debut album, Metal Church, in its entirety.Shortly thereafter, Vanderhoof told Music Life Radio that Metal Church has been working on a new album. In order to promote their new album, the band will be playing festivals in the summer of 2013.

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METAL CHURCH are one of the few thrash metal bands outside of the so called Big 4 (Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer and Anthrax) that is critically revered and loved by fans and it’s pretty easy to see why. A pioneer band in the genre without a doubt.As requested, here’s Cherry Red Records / Hear No Evil 3xCD Remastered Gatefold Digisleeve “The Elektra Years 1984-1989“ pulling together METAL CHURCH most acclaimed LP’s, their first 3 albums from the ’80s with Elektra Records, including bonus tracks.‘Metal Church’ (1984), ‘The Dark’ (1986) and ‘Blessing in Disguise’ (1989) are not only incredible sounding (thanks to the remaster) but still musically relevant today. They’re a fine example of mid to late ’80s thrash.The production of the 1st album may not be greatest in history, but the music is raw as hell thanks to the 3 tracks from their Four Hymns demo tape but also the cover of Deep Purple’s ‘Highway Star’. This was the introduction of Metal Church to the masses. Even though they had shifted 70,000 copies before signing to Elektra.CD 2 on this release featured Metal Church‘s classic album ‘The Dark’ which had better production value handled with Mark Dodson, known for his work with Ozzy Osbourne, Judas Priest and Ugly Kid Joe. The album made a significant dent on the Billboard Top 100 charts, aided by the video for ‘Watch The Children Pray’ plus the single ‘Start The Fire’.There’s some amazing kick ass tracks on this CD like ‘Watch The Children Pray’ (also included as bonus in its remixed version), ‘Start The Fire’ with its rangy swagger and amazing chorus, the horror movie ode extraordinaire title track, the killer ‘Ton of Bricks’, and more.The final CD on this collection is the critically acclaimed ‘Blessing In Disguise’. This is regarded as Metal Church‘s defining album. Changing vocalists was a challenge to get over, new guy Mike Howe clearly having less of an immediate sonic impact than David Wayne, yet adding another dimension to the band.Once again better production than the previous and also slightly heavier (yes, it’s possible). An absolute blinder of an album.

Line-Up:

David Wayne (R.I.P. 2005) – Vocals
Mike Howe (R.I.P. 2021) – Vocals
Kurdt Vanderhoof - Guitars (1982-1987, 1998-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Presto Ballet, ex-Vanderhoof, ex-Hall Aflame, ex-The Lewd
Craig Wells – Guitars
John Marshall – Guitars
Duke Erickson – Bass
Kirk Arrington (R.I.P. 2023) – Drums, Percussion

Tracklist:

CD1: Metal Church (1984)

01. Beyond the Black
02. Metal Church
03. Merciless Onslaught
04. Gods of Wrath
05. Hitman
06. In the Blood
07. (My Favorite) Nightmare
08. Battalions
09. Highway Star

CD2: The Dark (1986)

01. Ton of Bricks
02. Start the Fire
03. Method to My Madness
04. Watch the Children Pray
05. Over My Dead Body
06. The Dark
07. Psycho
08. Line of Death
09. Burial at Sea
10. Western Alliance
11. Watch the Children Play (Vocal Edit) (Bonus Track)

CD3: Blessing in Disguise (1989)

01. Fake Healer
02. Rest In Pieces (April 15, 1912)
03. Badlands
04. Of Unsound Mind
05. Anthem to the Estranged
06. The Spell Can’t Be Broken
07. It’s a Secret
08. Cannot Tell a Lie
09. The Powers That Be
10. Badlands (Edit) [Radio mix] (Bonus Track)
11. Fake Healer (Edit) [Radio mix] (Bonus Track)


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Re: Metal Church (USA)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 25 Okt 2023, 10:27

Metal Church - Congregation Of Annihilation (Japan Edition) (2023)

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Year : 2023 (Japan Edition)
Style : Heavy Metal , Power Metal
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 118 mb


Bio:

Born out of the West Coast Metal scene of the 80's, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre. After signing a deal with Elektra records, they released two critically acclaimed albums. Their self-titled release "Metal Church" postured the band as one of the pioneers of the thrash/metal scene. The All Music Guide had this to say about the debut: "The band's incredibly tight musicianship is a highlight all on it's own. This album remains an overlooked classic of straight-ahead American-bred heavy metal." With the heavy metal scene starting to rise in the U.S., Metal Church set out on a very successful tour with label mates Metallica.Next came "The Dark," the fury of its opening track, "Ton of Bricks" was championed as one of the premier metal releases of the 80's. The Dark also led to one of a few lineup changes with the departure of vocalist David Wayne. However, more success was yet to come. With the addition of former Heretic vocalist Mike Howe, and Metallica guitar tech extraordinaire John Marshall, the riffing became heavier and the subject matter deeper. They tackled political and social issues of the day with the releases of "Blessing In Disguise" and "The Human Factor." At a time when heavy metal bands moved from the underground and became part of the hair band/pop fad, Metal Church stayed true to their roots.During the mid 90's, the members of Metal Church headed in their own directions. Kurdt Vanderhoof worked on his namesake project, Vanderhoof, while Kirk Arrington was playing on various sessions including a recording with Sir Mix-A-Lot. 1999 led to a well-received reunion of the original Metal Church lineup with the release of "Masterpeace". The band went back to their classic sound and played several festivals overseas.2004 saw them back with new vocalist, Ronny Munroe, whose style has been described as "Rob Halford meets Dio", as well as Jay Reynolds (Malice) on guitar and Steve Unger on bass. With a new record "The Weight of the World" and some new blood, heavy metal legends Metal Church picked up where their aptly titled last release "Masterpeace" left off.In 2006, twenty years after their cult album "The Dark", Metal Church presented their brand new release, "A Light In The Dark", forging a creative arch that skillfully links the band's past with the present. Ten new tracks, (plus a new version of the classic "Watch The Children Pray", a tribute to original frontman David Wayne), document the development of a band that, despite all innovation, has never denied it's typical trademarks. The current lineup consists of Kurdt Vanderhoof, Ronny Munroe, Jay Reynolds, Steve Unger and new addition Jeff Plate on drums. "Jeff is an incredibly dynamic and professional drummer," Vanderhoof points out. "He has propelled us to a musical level that surprised even ourselves." Plate has replaced Kirk Arrington, who left the group for health reasons, and proves a real stroke of luck on "A Light In The Dark".In 2008, guitarist Jay Reynolds was replaced by Rottweiler guitar player Rick Van Zandt. This Present Wasteland, Metal Church's ninth release, is a return to their roots and contains some of their strongest material to date.In October 2012, the band announced resumption of activity around a lineup featuring Vanderhoof, Munroe, Unger, Reynolds (soon replaced by Van Zandt), and Plate. Their first performances came the following January during the 70,000 Tons of Metal event, a heavy metal cruise. During one of these two shows, the band played their debut album, Metal Church, in its entirety.Shortly thereafter, Vanderhoof told Music Life Radio that Metal Church has been working on a new album. In order to promote their new album, the band will be playing festivals in the summer of 2013.

Album:

The new album marks the first release since the tragic death of legendary front man Mike Howe who passed in July of 2021. It also marks the first album with new vocalist Marc Lopes (Ross the Boss / Let Us Prey) who came on board in the summer of 2022 and features the current lineup of founding guitarist Kurdt Vanderhoof, guitarist Rick Van Zandt, bassist Steve Unger and drummer Stet Howland. The new songs are a return to the band’s musical roots harkening back to the vibes of the self-titled first album and The Dark.

Line-Up:

Marc Lopes - Vocals (2023-present) - See also: Let Us Prey, Ross the Boss, ex-Hellspeak, ex-Sleeping Giant, ex-Trigger Effect, Dark Day Sunday, Kobra Kai, ex-Meliah Rage, ex-Hammersmyth
Kurdt Vanderhoof - Guitars (1982-1987, 1998-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Presto Ballet, ex-Vanderhoof, ex-Hall Aflame, ex-The Lewd
Steve Unger - Bass (2004-2009, 2012-present) - See also: Where Angels Suffer, ex-Chris Caffery, ex-Temple of Brutality (live)
Rick van Zandt - Guitars (2008-2009, 2012-present) - See also: ex-Rottweiller
Stet Howland - Drums (2017-present) - See also: Killing Machine, ex-Temple of Brutality, 10,000 Views, ex-Belladonna, ex-Impellitteri, ex-Violent Storm, ex-W.A.S.P., ex-Stream, ex-Blackfoot, ex-Chet Thompson, ex-Four by Fate, ex-Lita Ford, ex-Where Angels Suffer

Tracklist:

01. Another Judgement Day 03:37
02. Congregation of Annihilation 04:24
03. Pick a God and Prey 04:39 Show lyrics
04. Children of the Lie 05:48
05. Me the Nothing 05:33
06. Making Monsters 05:29 Show lyrics
07. Say a Prayer with 7 Bullets 03:35
08. These Violent Thrills 03:46
09. All That We Destroy 04:11
10. My Favorite Sin 04:24 (Bonus Track)
11. The Dreams (That Don't Come True) (Japan Bonus Track)


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