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Release date: 23 April 2014
Style: Thrash metal


7.8 | 27 votes


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01. Hellhound
02. Triggered
03. Undead Dogs
04. Into The Dark
05. Sacred Sorrows
06. Process Of Projection
07. Fading Realities
08. Liars
09. Redemption Of The Shattered
10. Whet The Knife
11. Delusion
12. One Step Ahead Of Death
13. This Dirt


Sabina Classen - vocals
Peter "Pete" Geltat - guitars, backing vocals, lead vocals track 13
Gerd Lücking - drums
Thomas Neitsch - bass, backing vocals, lead vocals track 13

Additional musicians:
Chris Staubach - additional vocals

Additional info
Produced by Thomas Neitsch.

23 April - Scandinavia
25 April - Germany
28 April - Europe
29 April - North America

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D.T. Metal

You can't teach an old dog new tricks. But, if your dog's name is Holy Moses, you really don't need to.

published 04.04.2014 | Comments (11)

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M C Vice - 31.01.2014 at 10:00  
Rating: 7 Damn, it comes out after my birthday.
Cynic Metalhead - 31.01.2014 at 15:48  
  Look forward to.

Last album was good enough. Preeminently it was mixed bag.
Angel N. - 05.04.2014 at 11:50  
  Oh wait ! This is going to be released in 23rd of April and D.T wrote a review on it ? How is it even possible ?
Troy Killjoy - 05.04.2014 at 20:09  
Written by Angel N. on 05.04.2014 at 11:50
Oh wait ! This is going to be released in 23rd of April and D.T wrote a review on it ? How is it even possible ?

Official reviewers usually get releases well before the release date.
raveneffect - 28.04.2014 at 12:32  
Rating: 8 Theres a big leap from their latest releases to this one. I find this new agression to be more fitting to their sound, with influences from Hardcore and Death Metal merging almost perfectly into Modern Thrash. Maybe the 15-year-old-Old-School-Thrasher-me would hate this but as a vivid observer of the evolution of this genre, I find this daring move to be a bold one. Kudos to them.

One Step Ahead of Death, dat riff!
M C Vice - 15.05.2014 at 05:32  
Rating: 7 Not much in the way of writing credits for Classen. She used to be the main lyricist.
Guib - 19.06.2014 at 04:00  
Rating: 8 Well that is a nice surprise Holy Moses... Good job ! Why do I keep being surprised this year.

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