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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Birdrange (2:58)
2. Spanish Race on a Devil's Highway (4:04)
3. Pull It Out (3:24)
4. Father (3:30)
5. Red Room Nine (3:30)
6. Axetasy (1:49)
7. Freak Sauna (3:24)
8. Deadman (2:59)
9. Timestamps (3:53)
10. This Is War (2:35)
11. Alive (3:27)

Total Time 34:06

Line-up / Musicians

- Hans Platz / guitars
- Marco Minnemann / drums
- Wolfgang Haffner / drums
- Wolfram Kellner / drums
- Simon Michael / drums
- Fabio Trentini / bass
- Pete Griffin / bass
- TM Stevens / bass

- Mattias IA Eklundh / guitar solo

Releases information

CD and digital Piazza Recordings/Cargo Records
Oct. 11, 2013

Mixed by Fabio Trentini

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4 stars German composer and musician Hans PLATZ has a fairly long history behind him as a member of various German bands, and arguably best known among those is Feuerschwanz due to two of their albums faring rather well in the sales charts. "Timestamps" is his first solo album, and was self-released in 2013.

This German musician joins the ranks of guitar heroes with a rather impressive debut album. "Timestamps" is not be the longest CD out there, but his short compositions manage to convey his talents as a songwriter and especially as a performer to very good effect. An album with a foundation in metal, but touching upon both jazz rock and funk frequently, and with plenty of variety and versatility in both support instrument and lead instrument performance and expression. As far as recommendations go, fans of instrumental guitar albums in general and metal-oriented ones in particular can note down that this is a production they will most likely enjoy.

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