Week 65 – HOUNDWOLF

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My HeadBangers, welcome from Witten, Germany:  HOUNDWOLF

“Fast and Loose”

Here’s some Bio taken from their site.  It was in German originally so hopefully this is all correct.  If not my deepest apologies.

HOUNDWOLF is a heavy metal band from Witten (Ruhr area), which is dedicated to the Genre in its original rock’n’roll-driven form. The joy of playing, the songwriting and the authenticity of the statement always in the foreground. The band released after some demos on 06.10.2016 her debut EP “Fast and. Produced by Mike Misar (Label: M71) Loose ”, which contains three tracks from the upcoming album. The band consists of Milan Schloßmacher (lead vocals & guitars), Tobias Maienschein (Guitars & Backings), Daniel Teuchert (Bass & Backings) and Thomas Neuhaus (drums). The age range of the four members is between 23 and 27 years. The band has been successful for years with aggressive, fast riffs and groovy Hard rock parts to form songs with absolute catchy tunes and this to drive into the audience with conviction. The bandwidth of the Quartetts from punchy up-tempo riffs to catchy choruses and aggressive rock’n’roll to uncompromising moshparts and thus delivers Everything the Hard’n’Heavy heart desires. However, quieter ones also belong Passages and melodic hard rock ballads to the HOUNDWOLF repertoire. Despite the enormous versatility, the music of the four Witteners comes without any sound samples or backing tracks and yet remains sound unmistakable. HOUNDWOLF stands for honest and direct heavy metal, which is his at all times Roots in hard rock can be seen and always a central message:

HAIL ROCK AND ROLL

Let’s meet the band:

Guitar/Vox – Milan Schloßmacher
Guitar – Tobi Maienschein
Drums – Thomas Neuhaus
Bass – Daniel Teuchert

Just a little info on Witten:

Witten is a tiny gem in Germany’s Ruhr region, lapped by the River Ruhr and considered to be the birthplace of the Ruhr’s rich mining industry. Today, this beautiful town woos tourists with a number of unique mine-themed attractions: industrial museums, hiking trails dotted with remnants of the industry, and exciting mine tours. Let’s plan a wonderful short getaway to Witten.

The guys are banging it out:

My thoughts:

Well my HeadBangers there is something about these bands from Germany that just grabs me.  I have been told I have “the ear”.    I can tell where a band is from by listening to their music.   I know it’s weird but it’s true.   Like Finland,  the bands have a distinct sound, which is hard for me to explain to someone but I can always spot them.  The same is with Germany.   I love this band, and I cannot wait to hear more from them.

Well that’s it for this week my HeadBangers.  Join me next week for another  band and another song.   In the mean time, don’t stand to close to the fire if you can’t handle the burn…..

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