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Album Review

While their previous effort, GlaubeLiebeHoffnung, barely cracked the charts (number 89) in 2010, Betontod's fifth studio album, Antirockstars, demonstrated the growing popularity of the Westphalian rock band by debuting at number 28. The record features 13 punk rock songs with some nods toward heavy metal ("Steh Auf" has a Judas Priest-inspired riff; "Wenn der Sturm Beginnt" features Iron Maiden-like double guitar lines), with melodies, vocals, and lyrics reminiscent of bands like Böhse Onkelz or a heavier version of Die Toten Hosen.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Ever present on the live German punk circuit since the early '90s, Betontod are comprised of frontman Oliver Meister, guitarists Frank Vohwinkel and Mario Schmelz, bassist Adam Dera, and drummer Maik Feldmann. Originally named Extrem and then Sniffin' Kills, the band formed in Rheinberg in 1990 but took nine years to release its debut album, Hier Kommt Arger. Stoppt Uns Wenn Ihr Könnt! and Schwarzes Blut followed in 2001 and 2006, respectively, but it wasn't until 2010's Glaubeliebehoffnung that...
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