Sterbhaus of Stockholm proudly sports tongue-in-cheek wit and sarcastic humor together with a healthy dose of quality blackened thrash/death metal. The new album "Angels for Breakfast... And God for Lunch" was recorded at "Abyss Studios" with Tommy Tägtgren and mixed/mastered by Jonas Kjellgren and clearly shows the band completely revitalized as a quartet. The message nowadays is not only nonsense and rubbish, but rather with a underlying message. Such as the opener "Insecticide" where Sterbhaus proclaims that it is high time for a cleansing in Metal to rid it of infections such as Metalcore and their likes. Have you heard Sterbhaus before? Well, forget what you heard because your perception of the band is about to change!
Sterbhaus of Stockholm proudly sports tongue-in-cheek wit and sarcastic humor together with a healthy dose of quality blackened thrash/death metal. The new album "Angels for Breakfast... And God for Lunch" was recorded at "Abyss Studios" with Tommy Tägtgren and mixed/mastered by Jonas Kjellgren and clearly shows the band completely revitalized as a quartet. The message nowadays is not only nonsense and rubbish, but rather with a underlying message. Such as the opener "Insecticide" where Sterbhaus proclaims that it is high time for a cleansing in Metal to rid it of infections such as Metalcore and their likes. Have you heard Sterbhaus before? Well, forget what you heard because your perception of the band is about to change!
7320470164396

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Format: CD
Label: SOPL
Catalog: 2037263
Rel. Date: 01/09/2014
UPC: 7320470164396

Ngels for Breakfast & God for Lunch
Artist: Sterbhaus
Format: CD
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Sterbhaus of Stockholm proudly sports tongue-in-cheek wit and sarcastic humor together with a healthy dose of quality blackened thrash/death metal. The new album "Angels for Breakfast... And God for Lunch" was recorded at "Abyss Studios" with Tommy Tägtgren and mixed/mastered by Jonas Kjellgren and clearly shows the band completely revitalized as a quartet. The message nowadays is not only nonsense and rubbish, but rather with a underlying message. Such as the opener "Insecticide" where Sterbhaus proclaims that it is high time for a cleansing in Metal to rid it of infections such as Metalcore and their likes. Have you heard Sterbhaus before? Well, forget what you heard because your perception of the band is about to change!

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