Stalingrad is the 13th studio album by German heavy metal band Accept, which was released on 6 April 2012, by the independent German record label Nuclear Blast Records. It is their second album since their 2009 reunion, and like its predecessor, Blood of the Nations (2010), was produced by Andy Sneap. Critical reception of the album has been largely favorable.
Stalingrad (2) – Abandonment. Label: Scene Police – spd021. The sample contained in the end of B2 is taken from an interview conducted by Tommy Evans, Saddat Malik and a member of Stalingrad, with a group of ten Albian Kosova refugees living in a town in North England. The title itself is stolen from a film. Pressing info: 100 solid-bronze 100 solid white with black splatter (this) 200 clear khaki with black splatter 200 solid-darkbrown 400 black.
Abandonment is a real good hardcore album and if your in the mood for that then this is one of my top pics. Also the vocalist is really bad ass, considering he was wearing a mickey mouse sweater while screaming on stage. So they definitely get props from me for looking hardcore in a mickey mouse sweater. I will give this album a 17/20. I recommend this record to any etalcore fans.
Авторы текста и музыки. Peter Baltes, Wolf Hoffmann, Mark Tornillo. Believe Music (от лица компании "Nuclear Blast"); ARESA, BMI - Broadcast Music In. Abramus Digital, ASCAP, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, LatinAutor, BMG Rights Management" и другие авторские общества (7). Ещё. Свернуть.
Album Name Stalingrad. Type EP. Data de lançamento 2005. Labels Julie Records. Estilo de MúsicaPunk-Rock. Membros têm este álbum0. 1. Surtout Pas S'en Mêler.
The venerable German outfit's 13th studio album, and second with vocalist Mark Tornillo, who does an awfully convincing Udo Dirkschneider impression when he hits the high registers, builds on the surprise success of 2010's Blood of the Nations with another solid set of muscular, no frills metal songs that are sure to send longtime fans into a flag waving frenzy.
In the end, Hitler really had no choice but to abandon the 6th Army at Stalingrad. At that time, Stalin was undertaking two enormous thrusts, one called Operation Uranus and the other called Operation Mars. General Zhukov was managing both . In the end, Hitler really had no choice but to abandon the 6th Army at Stalingrad.
Stalingrad, Accept’s 13th studio album came to confirm that the band’s newfound success isn’t at all accidental. Musically, the album carries on from where it’s precursor left us. Focusing their lyrical ideas around the theme of war and most specifically, the epic battle of Stalingrad, Accept continues to offer us music of high quality, by using their trademark raw sound we all loved in their previous album. The ten compositions of Stalingrad, are aggressive and fierce, indicating a focused band that knows exactly how to write effective material, strong enough to send us hanging in raptures
|B1||Coil Live In London 2000|
|B2||Sunrise - [Song Of Two Humans]|
- Pressed By – GZ Digital Media
- Interviewer – Saddat Malik (tracks: B2), Tommy Evans (tracks: B2)
- Mixed By – Rob Heaton*
NotesRecorded in the summer of 2000 ina recording studio. Distributed in the US by Stickfigure.
The sample contained in the end of B2 is taken from an interview conducted by Tommy Evans, Saddat Malik and a member of Stalingrad, with a group of ten Albian Kosova refugees living in a town in North England. The title itself is stolen from a film.
100 solid white with black splatter (this)
200 clear khaki with black splatter
Engraved: "scenepolice will eat your babies"
|spd021||Stalingrad||Abandonment (10")||Scene Police||spd021||Germany||2000|
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|spd021||Stalingrad||Abandonment (10", Ltd, Bro)||Scene Police||spd021||Germany||2000|