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Twenty One (21)

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Album Review

As its title suggests, 21 is the 21st studio album by German heavy metal veterans Rage. Revolving around topics such as mass murder, suicide, and serial killers, the songs are heavier than the group's previous output: throughout the record's 11 tracks, the band focuses on brutal riffs and Victor Smolski's impressive fretwork, while on songs such as "Serial Killer" and "Feel My Pain," frontman Peavy Wagner even incorporates death metal grunts. Just like its predecessor, 2010's Strings to a Web, 21 entered the German album charts at number 27. The album is also available as a limited digibook edition, which includes the 12-track bonus CD Live in Tokyo.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

The German heavy metal outfit, Rage, originally formed in the early '80s, and although the group has issued albums on a steady basis ever since, lead singer/bassist Peter "Peavey" Wagner is the only original member still in attendance. First known as Avenger, the group issued a pair of recordings (Prayer of Steel and Depraved to Black) before switching their name to Rage, to avoid confusion with a British band of the same name. 1986's Reign of Fear signaled the group's first album to be released...
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