Death Metal meets Hard Rock on the new Debauchery vs. Blood God album! Welcome to the world of Blood Gods! Debauchery has always been unique. Those who couldn't or wouldn't accept and understand it, were kindly asked to **** off. There's one thing the band offers for everyone who's still there: Death Metal straight in your face! Blood God is the Heavy Metal/Hard Rock offshoot of Debauchery. Judas Priest, Accept, Iron Maiden, Motörhead, AC/DC - these bands were the reason why the Blood Gods started playing music. Blood God have a Debauchery feel to them, but everything's still a bit more different: a little bit more Heavy Metal and a lot more Rock 'n' Roll!
Intertwined amond punk, hard rock, heavy metal or, as Lemmy himself has claimed, in the most classic rock n'roll, Motorhead has created a unique and recognizable sound right from the start. Motorhead is a true original band. Like The Ramones or AC / DC, they have created a sub-genre by themselves. The Many Faces Of Motorhead is a new volume in the successful and fascinating series The Many Faces, which digs into the inner world of Motorhead, highlighting their roots, their side projects, his rarest recordings and his legacy. The Many Faces of Motorhead is an entertaining 3XCD album, a wild ride through the existence of one of the most significant bands of the world of rock & roll.
Out of all the zillions of Motörhead compilations released over the years, 2005's Essential Noize: The Very Best Of may just be the best one yet. And the reason is quite simple – it covers the best tracks from 1978 through 1984, which just about every single Motörhead fan agrees is their strongest period. At the time this material first arrived, many rock fans and metal heads were left scratching their heads in bewilderment, as few groups managed to combine the energy of punk with the power of metal as Lemmy and company did. By the early 21st century, it became quite clear that Motörhead were bona fide trailblazers, influencing countless bands (Metallica, Soundgarden, etc.) and singlehandedly inventing thrash metal. All you need is Essential Noize for the proof…
…In September 1993, WGAF Records re-released the original 1980s track on CD-single, cassette single, 12" vinyl picture sleeve and picture disc versions, the song was coupled with "Louie Louie", "Dirty Love", and "Ace of Spades (The CCN Remix)". This single peaked at No. 23 in the UK charts.