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For anyone who loves hard-rock ‘70s style, Krokus are the band to be checking out. Their riffs are pure boogie and power chords, with more than a tip of the hat towards Bon Scott-era AC/DC. The cover of the Steppenwolf classic “Born to Be Wild” flows in perfect procession from the pumping grind of “Hoodoo Woman” and the solid, amp-fueled perfection of “Rock ‘n Roll Handshake.” The guitar solos are vintage. The rhythms are rock solid. This Swiss hard-rock group may never again perform in the arenas, but they’re ready to tear the clubs apart. There isn’t a weak track here. Singer Marc Storace sings with the same passion that makes “In My Blood” a literal truth. “Dirty Street,” “Keep Me Rollin” and “Shot of Love” could convince anyone it’s 1977-78 if you withhold the actual copyright date. “Firestar” picks up the pace to end things on an even harder note. Chuck Berry never altered his attack. Why should these guys? Classic rock is classic rock.

Customer Reviews

Good album

Good album here, people say it sounds like AC/DC because it does, and first of all AC/DC was first 1973-Present day, Krokus 1974-Present day. i beleive 1973 is older, so krokus sounds like AC/DC, nice try though

great album

I wish people would stop comparing them to AC/DC, they were around before AC/DC!! They just sounded similar and AC/DC put out way better albums. Hoodoo is classic Krokus and very well written album. Born to be Wild is the only song that isn't good. I hate that song anyway, just as about as much as Mustang Sally... Krokus has always put out quality albums and this is no exception..

Krokus is Back!

Singer Marc Storace has one of the best voices in Rock, peroid! It is good to see the older (more original) lineup back together again!


Formed: 1974 in Solothurn, Switzerland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Switzerland's most successful hard rock band, Krokus enjoyed international popularity in the 1980s and onward for their aggressive, straightforward variety of European metal. Hailing from the Swiss city of Solothurn, Krokus was formed in 1974 by guitarist Tommy Kiefer and percussionist Chris Von Rohr. Initially performing an eclectic and artful brand of prog rock, Krokus released their first album in 1976, with the founders joined by guitarist Hansi Droz and bassist Remo Spadino. Krokus' second album,...
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