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Godt album!

Jeg er personligt helt vild med dette album. Der er lidt af det hele: musikken til dem, som godt kan lide det lidt vildere Volbeat, samt musik til dem som nyder tonerne af det lidt mere afdæmpede og harmoniske. Kan helt klart anbefales! Hør bl.a. Pearl Hart og Dead But Rising.

Super!

En super lækkert album! Held og lykke i USA :-)

Stærkt album meeen

Kanon album med alle Volbeats aspekter, Hardcore, Western, POP! bl.a.
Et album som fortæller lidt om hvordan et band kan lade sig påvirker af pop generationen, synd! Men drengene har dog igen bevist de stadig har noget seltillid, og krudt i fingrene Fedt! Fedt cover!

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Copenhagen, Denmark

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Volbeat, a Danish metal band begun by former Dominus leader Michael Poulsen in October of 2001, became a dominant force not only in Danish metal, but in Danish rock as a whole, charting albums and singles on a regular basis. Poulsen's earlier group, Dominus, was a giant in Danish metal, releasing four albums in ten years, and making a lasting impression on the scene. Poulsen felt it was time to start over, and his concept of giving straight-up heavy metal a more trad rock flourish (Poulsen was a...
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