德力量金:Primal Fear《24CD》1998-2020/FLAC/BD

Primal Fear是一支德国力量金属乐队,由Ralf Scheepers(人声,前Gamma Ray)和Mat Sinner(低音和人声,Sinner)于1997年成立。辛纳(Schiners)和席珀(Scheepers)组成乐队之后,席珀(Scheepers)并没有被聘请为犹大牧师(Rob Juds Priest)的罗伯•哈尔福德(Rob Halford)的替补。

乐队历史

Primal Fear由歌手Ralf Scheepers和Mat Sinner于1997年10月成立。在乐队成立之前,Scheepers和Sinner在重金属领域一直是常数。Ralf Scheepers在Tyran Pace乐队,FBI乐队和国际知名的Gamma Ray乐队演唱。在与Judas Priest的翻唱乐队Just Priest进行演出后,Mat Sinner和Tom Naumann共同提出了这个想法,成立了Primal Fear。他们在1997年底与Nuclear Blast Records签了唱片合约。他们的首张专辑Primal Fear于1998年2月发行,并进入了48位德国LP排行榜,从而使其成为德国金属首张专辑中排行榜最高的唱片之一。同年,他们与金属退伍军人一起巡回演出狂奔和HammerFall。

1999年7月,发行了第二张专辑Jaws of Death。吉他手汤姆·瑙曼(Tom Naumann)发行后不久,由于健康问题离开了乐队。在欧洲,巴西和日本的巡回演出中,他被亚历克斯·贝罗德(Alex Beyrodt)取代。2000年1月,Henny Wolter正式加入乐队。2001年初,发行了第三张专辑《核火》。在随后的世界巡回演唱中,乐队首次在美国演出,并应邀参加了金属熔炉节和密尔沃基金属节。

下一张专辑黑太阳发布于2002年4月29日,并在55处进入德国LP图表哈尔福德 -Guitarist迈克·克斯西亚克贡献了吉他独奏歌曲“恐惧”和“大决战”。接下来与乐队Rage一起进行的两次头条新闻巡回演出的亮点是在伦敦Scala的演出。同年,亨尼·沃尔特(Henny Wolter)离开乐队,由返回的汤姆·瑙曼(Tom Naumann)取代。有了这个阵容,乐队再次巡回了巴西,结束了黑太阳之旅。在2003年4月,乐队与参加“金属众神之旅”一起罗布·哈尔福德,约和其他一些乐队,并在美国和加拿大巡回演出。在巡回赛中,鼓手克劳斯·斯珀林(Klaus Sperling)被兰迪·布莱克(Randy Black)取代。巡演后,兰迪永久加入乐队。

2004年2月,发行了第五张专辑《Devil’s Ground》,并进入了67位的德国LP排行榜。同年4月,乐队开始了另一次世界巡回演唱,乐队在欧洲,日本,美国和南美进行了巡回演出,其中包括乐队的最大单曲“ Metal Is Forever”。巡回演出后,乐队立即在温哥华和斯图加特录制了第六张专辑“ 七封海豹”。它于2005年秋季由Mike Frazer在温哥华混合发行。为了推广该专辑,乐队与Power Metal乐队Helloween一起进行了欧洲和日本巡回演出。

2006年7月,乐队出人意料地离开了Nuclear Blast Records,并与Frontiers Records签订了长期合同。作为“分手礼物”,Nuclear Blast发行了精选的《Metal is Forever》。

2007年2月,在下一张专辑《新宗教》的录音中,乐队经过长时间的讨论后决定决定乐队的未来,亨尼·沃尔特(Henny Wolter)将以第二吉他手的身份返回,而汤姆·瑙曼(Tom Naumann)将离开乐队。专辑是在制作人Mat Sinner和工程师兼联合制作人Charlie Bauerfeind的指导下完成的,并由Roland Prent在比利时的Galaxy Studios中进行了混音。它于2007年9月发行,并进入60位的德国LP排行榜。作为美国售罄的ProgPower USA(PPUSA)VIII音乐节的联名,他们开始了新宗教之旅。之后,他们与UDO一起在欧洲巡回演出。由于乐队成立10周年,他们于2008年1月继续巡回演出,并再次在欧洲巡回演出。

2008年3月上旬,乐队宣布长期吉他手Stefan Leibing离开乐队,因为他想花更多时间陪伴家人和他的生意。在以后的发行和巡回演出中,他将被一位出色的瑞典吉他巫师Magnus Karlsson取代,他已经为New Religion专辑贡献了2张吉他独奏。在2008年12月,乐队进入House of Music Studios,录制了他们的下一张专辑16.6。他们说:“音乐包含了我们首张专辑的很多氛围”,并且“一张新的Primal Fear专辑总是包含一些新的音乐挑战,真正的惊喜”。专辑分别于5月22日在欧洲和6月9日在美国发行。歌曲《六次死亡》(16.6)的视频在5月8日在乐队的官方MySpace频道上首播。专辑在德语中排名第46位,在瑞典语中排名第52位,在日本专辑榜中排名第28位。乐队开始了他们在南美,北美,加拿大,欧洲和日本的最长巡回演唱会,以推广他们的新专辑。在巡回演出的每一站都录制了新的现场CD和DVD。2010年,乐队在北美巡演中花费了最长的时间,随后在2010年9月至11月又进行了一次欧洲巡回演出。

2011年7月8日,乐队宣布了他们的下一张专辑Unbreakable。专辑于2012年1月20日发行。乐队在2012年全年进行了广泛巡回演出,以支持专辑“ Metal Nation”的巡回演出,其中欧洲巡回演出包括在意大利,德国,巴西,智利,阿根廷和玻利维亚的约会。乐队在2013年还参加了几场演出。

2013年5月20日,乐队的官方网站宣布他们将于第二天开始录制下一张专辑。 10月4日,Primal Fear宣布了他们的新专辑Delivering the Black。它于2014年1月24日由Frontiers Records发行。

2014年8月11日,由于鼓手Randy Black与Ralf Scheepers之间的“不可调和的差异”,乐队与乐队分开了。他的最后一次露面是在德国的夏日微风节上。他的离任于8月16日生效。2015年6月13日,乐队宣布前UDO鼓手Francesco Jovino将与返回的吉他手Tom Naumann一起取代他。

2016年1月22日,乐队发行了他们的第11张录音室专辑Rulebreaker。

2017年11月,Primal Fear进入录音室,开始其第十二张专辑Apocalypse的工作,该专辑于2018年8月10日发行。

2020年4月3日,Primal Fear宣布了他们的第13张录音室专辑Metal Commando的标题,并于2020年7月17日发行。名为“ Along Came the Devil”的单曲发行了,以支持即将发行的专辑。 2020年5月15日。

抒情主题

《原始恐惧》的抒情主题通常是一个非常有争议的问题。尽管《原始恐惧》作品的主要抒情动机是金属,科幻小说和幻想,但人们通常认为它是隐喻的。乐队的抒情主题通常投射出科幻小说的图像,但也可能涉及宗教,政府主题等。

一个例子就是黑太阳。它可以解释为有关太空探索任务的概念专辑。一群宇航员访问了一个从未见过的新行星(“黑太阳”)。与他们一起,他们有一个可以看到未来的机组人员(“魔眼”),最终他们在重新进入地球大气层的过程中被炸开了(“残骸”)。他们(工作人员)在’Armageddon’中与之交谈的人(或事物)被乐队的歌迷广泛认为是专辑封面上的猛禽。尽管有些人可能将《黑太阳》中的歌曲解释为包含了前面提到的主题(如“恐惧”中所见;这是一首有关政治与战争之间关系的歌曲),但由于作者没有一个人,因此无法真正确定真正谈到了歌词的真实含义,

类型

与原始恐惧相关的主要流派是能量金属,尽管音乐中通常包括传统重金属,,击金属和1970年代欧洲硬石的某些元素。

主流成功

Primal Fear取得了最大的成功,并且大多数图表条目都出现在其2012年发行版Unbreakable中。专辑于2012年1月20日登陆,其专辑榜分别来自德国(第31号),瑞典(第48号),芬兰(第50号),日本(第27号),奥地利(第74号),瑞士(第27号)。 51岁)和荷兰(前200名),并且在乐队历史上第一次出现在美国Billboard Heatseekers排行榜上,排名第44位。

Primal Fear is a German power metal band formed in 1997 by Ralf Scheepers (vocals, ex-Gamma Ray) and Mat Sinner (bass and vocals, Sinner). Sinner and Scheepers formed the band after Scheepers was not hired as Rob Halford’s replacement in Judas Priest.

Band history

Primal Fear was founded in October 1997 by singer Ralf Scheepers and Mat Sinner. Scheepers and Sinner have been constants in the heavy metal scene before the band was founded. Ralf Scheepers sang in the bands Tyran Pace, F.B.I. and the internationally successful band Gamma Ray. After a gig with his Judas Priest cover band Just Priest in which Mat Sinner and Tom Naumann helped out the idea arose to found Primal Fear. They signed a record deal with Nuclear Blast Records in late 1997. Their debut album Primal Fear was released in February 1998 and entered the German LP charts at place 48 thus making it one of the highest chart entries of a debut album in German metal. The same year they toured with metal veterans Running Wild and HammerFall.

In July 1999, the 2nd album Jaws of Death was released. Shortly after its release guitarist Tom Naumann left the band due to health problems. During the tour through Europe, Brazil and Japan he was replaced by Alex Beyrodt. In January 2000, Henny Wolter joined the band as a permanent replacement. In early 2001, the third album Nuclear Fire was released. At the following world tour the band played in the US for the first time and were guests at the Metal Meltdown Festival and the Milwaukee Metalfest.

The next album Black Sun was released on April 29, 2002 and entered the German LP charts at place 55. Halford-Guitarist Mike Chlasciak contributed the guitar solos for the songs “Fear” and “Armageddon”. The highlight of the following double-headliner tour with fellow band Rage was a gig at the Scala in London. The same year Henny Wolter left the band and was replaced by the returning Tom Naumann. With this line-up the band again toured through Brazil and ended the Black Sun tour. In April–May 2003, the band participated in the “Metal Gods” tour together with Rob Halford, Testament and a few other bands and toured through the US and Canada. During the Tour drummer Klaus Sperling was replaced by Randy Black. After the tour, Randy joined the band permanently.

In February 2004, the 5th album Devil’s Ground was released and entered the German LP charts at place 67. April of the same year the band started another world tour in which the band toured through Europe, Japan, the US and South America including one of the band’s biggest hits “Metal Is Forever”. Directly after the tour the band recorded their 6th album Seven Seals in Vancouver and Stuttgart. It was released in Fall of 2005 mixed by Mike Frazer in Vancouver. To promote the album the band went on Europe and Japan tour together with fellow Power Metal band Helloween.

In July 2006, the band surprisingly left Nuclear Blast Records and signed a long-term contract with Frontiers Records. As a “parting gift” Nuclear Blast released the best of compilation Metal is Forever.

In February 2007, during the recordings for the next album New Religion the band decided after long discussions about the future of the band that Henny Wolter would return as 2nd guitarist and Tom Naumann would leave the band. The album was finished under the direction of producer Mat Sinner and engineer and co-producer Charlie Bauerfeind and was mixed by Roland Prent in the Galaxy Studios in Belgium. It was released in September 2007 and entered the German LP charts at place 60. They started their New Religion tour as co-headliner of the sold out ProgPower USA (PPUSA) VIII festival in Atlanta, US. Afterwards they toured together with U.D.O. through Europe. They continued the tour in January 2008 due to the band’s 10th birthday and once again toured through Europe.

Early March 2008, the band announced that longtime guitarist Stefan Leibing had left the band because he wanted to spend more time with his family and his business. On future releases and tours he would be replaced by an excellent Swedish guitar wizard Magnus Karlsson, who already contributed 2 guitar solos for the New Religion album. In December 2008 the band entered the House of Music Studios to record their next album 16.6. They said that “the music includes a lot of the vibe of our very first albums” and that “a new Primal Fear album always contained some new musical challenges, real surprises”. The Album was released on May 22 in Europe and June 9 in the US. The Video for the song Six Time Dead (16.6) has premiered on May 8 on the band’s official MySpace channel. The Album reached No.46 on the German, No.52 in Swedish and No.28 in the Japanese album charts. The band started their longest tour ever in South America, North America, Canada, Europe and Japan to promote their new album. A new live CD and DVD was recorded during every leg on the tour. In 2010 the band spent their longest time on the road in North America tour, followed by another European Tour in September–November 2010.

On 8 July 2011, the band announced their next album Unbreakable. The album was released on January 20, 2012. The band toured extensively throughout 2012 in support of the album on the “Metal Nation” tour, of which the European leg included dates in Italy, Germany, Brazil, Chile, Argentina and Bolivia among others. The band also played several more shows in 2013.

On 20 May 2013, it was announced on the band’s official website that they would begin recording their next album the following day. On 4 October, Primal Fear announced their new album Delivering the Black. It was released on January 24, 2014 by Frontiers Records.

On 11 August 2014, drummer Randy Black parted ways with the band due to “irreconcilable differences” between him and Ralf Scheepers. His last appearance was at the Summer Breeze festival in Germany. His departure became effective on 16 August. On 13 June 2015, the band announced that former U.D.O. drummer Francesco Jovino would replace him along with returning guitarist Tom Naumann.

On 22 January 2016, the band released their eleventh studio album Rulebreaker.

In November 2017, Primal Fear entered the studio to begin work on their twelfth album Apocalypse, which was released 10 August 2018.

On 3 April 2020, Primal Fear announced the title of their thirteenth studio album Metal Commando, along with a release date of 17 July 2020. A single titled “Along Came the Devil”, in support of the upcoming album was released on 15 May 2020.

Lyrical themes

Primal Fear’s lyrical themes are often a very controversial issue. Although the main lyrical motives in Primal Fear’s works are metal, science fiction, and fantasy, it is often thought to be metaphorical. The band’s lyrical themes usually project images of science fiction, but also possibly refer to themes of religion, government among other issues.

One example would be Black Sun. It could be interpreted as a concept album about a space exploration mission. A team of astronauts visits a new, never before seen, planet (‘Black Sun’). With them, they have a crew member who can see the future (‘Magic Eye’), and they end up blowing up in the process of reentry into Earth’s atmosphere (‘Armageddon’). The person (or thing) they (the crew) are speaking to in ‘Armageddon’ is widely considered by fans of the band to be the birds of prey on the covers of their albums. Though some may interpret the songs on Black Sun to have contained the previously mentioned themes (as seen in ‘Fear’; a song about the relationship between politics and war), there is no way to be truly sure, as none of the writers have really spoken about the true meanings of the lyrics, and because of this, there is much controversy within the band’s fan base on the issue of lyrical themes and meanings.

Genre

The primary genre associated with Primal Fear is power metal, though some elements of traditional heavy metal, thrash metal and 1970s European hard rock are often included in the music.

Mainstream success

Primal Fear had their highest success, and most chart entries with their 2012 release, Unbreakable. The album landed on 20 January 2012 with chart entries in Germany (No. 31), Sweden (No. 48), Finland (No. 50), Japan (No. 27), Austria (No. 74), Switzerland (No. 51) and the Netherlands (Top 200), and for the first time in the band’s history, they showed up on the US Billboard Heatseekers chart, landing at No. 44.

专辑列表:
1998 – Primal Fear [2010, Poland]
1999 – Jaws Of Death [2010, EU]
2000 – Nuclear Fire [2010, Poland]
2001 – Horrorscope [Germany]
2002 – Black Sun [Germany]
2004 – Devil’s Ground [2010, Poland]
2005 – Seven Seals [2015, EU]
2006 – Metal Is Forever [Germany, 2CD]
2007 – New Religion [Japan]
2009 – 16.6 Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead [Japan]
2009 – The History Of Fear [Bonus CD][Germany]
2010 – Live In The USA [Italy]
2011 – Scheepers [Italy]
2012 – Unbreakable [Japan]
2014 – Delivering The Black [Japan]
2016 – Rulebreaker [Japan]
2017 – Angels Of Mercy – Live In Germany [Japan]
2017 – Best Of Fear (2CD)
2018 – Apocalypse
2020 – Metal Commando (Digipak) [2CD]

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