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Rock'n Roll Children

Sturm und Drang

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Great Album!

This is possibly one of the few consistantly brilliant albums I've heard in a long time!
Sturm und Drang seem to specialise in Metal anthems that would be right at home in a large stadium, but also sound great blasting out from your speakers.
There are definate influences in there from Sonata Arctica and their music has a sound not dissimilar from fellow countryman Ari Koivunen.
If you love Power Metal, Speed Metal and Power Ballads, then this one should be right up your street!
Now I'm just waiting with baited breath for Apple to add their other album, 'Learning to Rock', so I can buy that as well.

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Vaasa, Finland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Sturm und Drang is a successful Finnish heavy metal band. The group was formed in 2004 by two friends, André Linman (guitar and vocals) and Henrik Kurkiala (bass and background vocals), after a Judas Priest concert. They soon added three other players to the band — Jesper Wahlroos (keyboards), Calle Fahllund (drums), and Alexander Ivars (guitar) — and started publicly playing both original and cover songs soon thereafter. The bandmembers, all 13 and 14 years old at...
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