Germany's premier Middle Age-Metal-band is back with "Verehrt und angespien"!
Did they manage to reach "Weckt die Toten" or even surpass it? The answer can only be: YES!
The mixture is even more refined than before and the Middle Age amalgamates with stainless steel to an alloy of highest class!…
"Verehrt und angespien" for sure has a very special position and has to be viewed as one of the most important and best albums of the year 1999!
CD available through the mail for free from MTV, including enhanced features and an action guide explaining how to defuse violent situations teens might go through. A collection consists of music tracks and "Sound Bite" tracks, which are non-music tracks from various artists. Tracks 14 to 16 consist of nothing but 8 seconds of silence.
Brett Dean (born 1961 in Brisbane, Australia) is beginning to be a much talked about name in the music world. Long established as a fine violist (he was a violist with the Berlin Philharmonic for fifteen years) both as an ensemble member and soloist, Dean is spending more time composing these days than playing.