• Depressive Age - Symbols for the Blue Times
  • Depressive Age - First Depression, Lying in Wait
  • Grave Digger - Symphony of Death
  • Doctor Butcher - Doctor Butcher
  • Ancillotti - Hell on Earth
  • Bud Tribe - Roll the Bone
  • Memory Garden - Forever + Tides
  • Strana Officina  - Officina dei Sogni - Tribute
  • La Janara - Tenebra

DEPRESSIVE AGE
"Symbols for the Blue Times"

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  • HILLS OF THE THRILLS
    WORLD IN VEINS
  • GARBAGE CANYONS
    HUT
    SUBWAY TREE
    PORT GRAVEYARD
  • WE HATE HAPPY ENDS
  • FRIEND WITHIN
  • NEPTUNE ROARS
  • SORRY, Mr. PAIN
  • KOTZE!
  • RUSTY CELLS
  • MOTHER SALVATION
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"Klassikeralbum nachzuhören ist. Pures Herzblut scheint da aus den Boxen zu fließen."
— Vampstera
 
 
 
DEPRESSIVE AGE, DEPRESSIVE AGE LYING IN WAIT, BLACKBEARD, JOLLY ROGER
2 BROWN LP, limited to 100 copies : 29,00 € (2nd October) 
2 LP : 26,90 € (2nd October) 
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I primi anni dei Depressive Age sul finire degli '80 (noti come Blackout) furono piuttosto difficili, anche per gli standard più duri del rock & roll. Il gruppo della Germania dell'Est provo' un'audace fuga oltre il confine nel 1987, ma il cantante Jan Lubitzki fu catturato e ando' in prigione per un anno, prima di unirsi nell' Ovest ai suoi compagni di band, i chitarristi Jochen Klemp e Jingo Grigoleit, il bassista Tim Schallenberg ed il batterista Norbert Drescher. Nel 1992 pubblicano lo straordinario progressive-metal album "First Depression", seguito nel 1993 da "Lying in Wait" e nel 1994 da "Symbols for the Blue Times", tutti su G.U.N. Soprattutto l'ultimo si sposta maggiormente su un suono piu' originale e audace. Prima dell'ultimo disco "Electric Scum" (1996) il chitarrista Grigoleit lascia la band. Quindi, purtroppo, abbreviano il loro nome in D-Age e lentamente scompaiono dalle scene. Gentilmente concesso in licenza da Sony Music, disponibile per la prima volta in formato vinile.
Depressive Age's early years in the late '80s (known as Blackout) were quite hard, even for rock & roll's toughest standards. The East German group made a daring escape across the border in 1987, but lead singer Jan Lubitzki was caught and went in jail for a year, before joining his bandmates, guitarists Jochen Klemp and Jingo Grigoleit, bassist Tim Schallenberg, and drummer Norbert Drescher, in the West. In 1992, the progressive metal ensemble released their debut, amazing album, "First Depression", followed in 1993 by "Lying in Wait" and in 1994 by "Symbols for the Blue Times", all on G.U.N. label. Especially last album moved more into original and audacious sound. Before their last recording "Electric Scum" (1996) guitarist Grigoleit left the band. Then, sadly, they shortenend their name to D-Age and slowly disappeared. Kindly licensed by Sony Music, available for the very first time on vinyl format.
 
 
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