Tiny German label but with a couple of real gems, possibly tied to the Eastwood Musik Studio in Spenge. Also credited as "Metalvoice" on the first and last release.
|HGM-269-11/6||Fortuner||Two Sides Of The Metal||LP||1986||Stylish but ultimately forgettable melodic Metal, especially if you have a tendency to forget Metal of the stylish and melodic brand.|
|E.M.S.-403-11/7||Unicorn||The Legend Returns||MLP||1987||Seldom did a German band sound so 'US'. Damn near perfect Steel stuck in the middle of early Heir Apparent and any Overlorde of your choice.
|E.M.S. 447-11/8||Feline Melinda||The Felines Await Your||MLP||1988||The notorious back sleeve line-up pic and corny album title does absolutely zero justice to this little pearl of original Speed/Power Metal. Once again Italy delivers! The Corroseum recommends the bendy "Easy Blood" as your mix-tape sample of choice.|
|E.M.S. 479-11/9||Shanghai||Yesterday's Tomorrow||LP||1989||On abouts the third spin you'll get over the funny vocals (that's 'funny', not all-out sour or annoying mind you) and realize this is actually quite bril', catchy, fist-in-the-air Heavy Metal. Reminds me of Scandinavian acts like Alien Force, Ironcross or even Heavy Load on occation. Sort of.|
|H5358||Shot Gun Wedding||Break Your Soul||CD||1993||Not Metal. Mainstream Hard Rock.|