Manowar

Manowar in 1980 by Eric Adams (vocals), Ross The Boss (guitar), Joey DeMaio (bass) and Carl Canedy (drums) founded in America. Carl was quick out and was replaced by Donnie Hamzik, appeared with the 1982 "Battle Hymns". The album struck a full, offered brilliant hard rock, mixed with epic elements and is still regarded as a classic. Now again joined the cast of drums, Scott Columbus was new. On "Into Glory Ride", the band presented epic, but with less bite. In addition, the album suffered from the weak sound and could not convince. "Hail To England" was stronger, hits had on board and constituted a good album. Same could be said about the 1984 also following "Sign Of The Hammer", which came along qualitatively similar, well done, but ultimately Manowar were then too much designed to Epicness held on Power. This changed with the 1987 output the "Fighting The World", the sound stylistically significant walk, but to radio friendly failed. Nevertheless, they had represented some hammers. "Kings Of Metal" became the cult album by the band par excellence. The output was much harder to work than its predecessor, and represented an absolute classic. However, after this success the band had to cope with a setback when Ross and Scott left the band. They were replaced by David Shankle and Rhino Edwards. So "The Triumph Of Steel" was recorded, which carried on where its predecessor left off. Again we had created an immortal genre classic. After the album then David and Rhino were outside, the former was replaced by Karl Logan, Scott returned to the latter. Previously Rhino had yet secured the world record for the fastest-established manually drum part. As a band, we had managed to also set another record when it replaced Deep Purple as the loudest band in the world. According to the successor "Louder Than Hell" was titled. The album was extremely strong and set thanks to some punky influences perhaps the strongest of the band at all. Unfortunately, this classic has not been recognized by the trade press, on the contrary, it is probably the most underrated Manowar work. Down it went with "Warriors Of The World" in 2002. Although it had with "Warriors Of The World United" probably the Manowar anthem par excellence on board, but there were also some hair-raising failures, so that ultimately remained no more than a mediocre album , The nadir was reached with "Gods Of War", a concept album about Odin. The album was true nothing, production was soft, condemned the songwriting unimaginative and the conception of the album with half the tracks as audio plays or instrumentals to fail. Rightly Manowar themselves were heavily criticized by their most loyal fans, and drove a failure. Now Manowar laid on bringing as many live and best-of albums to the man - a cathegory, in the only Venom can the Americans hold a candle. As we nevertheless decided to record a new album, on the back Donnie had replaced on drums Scott, the result of "The Lord Of Steel" sounded much better than its predecessor. Although sellers were in short supply and the underground production killte the feeling, but managed one a step in the right direction.

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