I agree about "Heavy Rocker" - its an amazing metal track. The whole album has a weird crossover thing going between metallic punk and straight metal though. Since I like a fair amount of punk I enjoy those songs, but I can see how a metalhead NOT into punk would not be crazy about something like "B-Brains" or "Pinned To My Eyelids".DaN wrote:The album sorta pends between the HR/"nwodhm" of OY905 and the punk of Pinned On My Eyelids. I'd like to see Heavy Rocker and Tame Me added to that MySpace page asap. The best and heaviest 2 tracks imo
Now that's some treasure - hope you can find it. And playing Karlshamn?! Was there anyone present apart from bands, roadies and their friends?Stark wrote:We (Overdrive) did a gig with Brats in Karlshamn, Sweden, just after King D had joined the band in 1981. The line-up featured King D - vocals, Hank Sherman and Carsten on guitar, Yenz on bass and Monro on drums. They played none of the songs from the album, only stuff that became M fate songs. I'm still trying to get the video from the show from the guy that filmed it. I had it, but lost it years ago which is a fucking shame I know.
I've still got some photos and the gig poster.
It was?! I've been there a couple of times lately and it's looked everything but. Then again, the most unlikely places may very well be metal havens.mordred wrote:Actually Karlshamn was quite some metal town in the 80's.great_knuthulhu wrote:Now that's some treasure - hope you can find it. And playing Karlshamn?! Was there anyone present apart from bands, roadies and their friends?
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