EXXPLORER – “Vengeance Rides An Angry Horse” coming 21st of October 2011

Exxplorer - Vengeance Rides An Angry Horse

Exxplorer – “Vengeance Rides An Angry Horse”

The release date (outside of USA) of the great comebackalbum “Vengeance Rides An Angry Horse” of US legend EXXPLORER is the 21st of October 2011.

Who doesn’t know them? The legendary, in 1982 formed US Metal-band EXXPLORER with their gifted front man Lennie Rizzo, who have released a legendary album through Black Dragon Records called „Symphonies Of Steel“ in 1984. Songs like for example “Run For Tomorrow” and “City Streets” are a good prime example for melodic, but also powerful US Metal. Although they had released two more albums in the mid of the 90s, they did’t have the success of the debut. Although they had released two more albums in the mid of the 90s, they did’t have the success on the debut of their last album “Coldblackugly” from 1996 – also because of the exit of Lennie just before – even totally. After that the band split up and stayed inactive for over 10 years.

After 15 years without a new album but also some concerts in Europe (Headbangers Open Air and Keep It True in 2009), the band from New Jersey (incl. Lennie) is back with their new album called “Vengeance Rides An Angry Horse”. We’re very proud, that we have the honour to release this album through our label! They haven’t lost anything of their magic sound from the old days: The whole 55 minutes on this brand new album melodic, US-styled Power Metal rules. Songs like the catchy opener “Gypsy”, the groovy-straight track “Freight Train To Hell” or “Chasing The High” show up, that because of the reunion in the old line-up also the spirit of these days is back. In here, heaviness and melodic is building a strong union!

For US Metal-fans this is an absolute, inevitable must-have! EXXPLORER are back with a vengeance!

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