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German melodic rockers Wild Frontier have returned after a 5 year hiatus with a new album simply titled "2012." You can check out my review over at Hardrock Haven by clicking the link below:

 

Wild Frontier review

 

Very nice album...welcome back, boys!!

 

Upcoming reviews include:

Trixter: "New Audio Machine"

Teenage Casket Company: "Best Kept Secret"

Kissin' Dynamite: "Money, Sex & Power"

Juliet's Vice: s/t

Fall From Grace: "The Romance Years"

Modern Day Escape: "Under the Gun"

Memory of a Melody: "Things That Make You Scream"

Black Oxygen: "The American Dream"

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This band suck.

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This band suck.

There's the cantankerous Tim we know and love. Looks like the Apocalypse has been averted... :)

 

:)

 

I thought about writing more, but that comment really just summed-up my feelings! I have an album called "Stick Your Neck Out" or something equally daft, and it's a great big turd of an album.

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This band suck.

There's the cantankerous Tim we know and love. Looks like the Apocalypse has been averted... :)

 

:)

 

I thought about writing more, but that comment really just summed-up my feelings! I have an album called "Stick Your Neck Out" or something equally daft, and it's a great big turd of an album.

I handsomely feel that's a rather great disc. Probably a filler for every gem, but the gems are real good 'uns.

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This band suck.

There's the cantankerous Tim we know and love. Looks like the Apocalypse has been averted... :)

:)

 

I thought about writing more, but that comment really just summed-up my feelings! I have an album called "Stick Your Neck Out" or something equally daft, and it's a great big turd of an album.

I handsomely feel that's a rather great disc. Probably a filler for every gem, but the gems are real good 'uns.

I don't know if I would call "Stick Your Neck Out" a great album, but it's definitely good. This newie is about on par with that one...not a whole lotta change in their style. If you liked "Stick Your Neck Out," you'll like "2012."

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  • 6 months later...

I don't love this band, BUT I sure don't hate them. I agree with most here( not Tim) that their cds are about even with good songs to filler.

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This new CD is a good one. Probably their best since 'Stick your neck out,' imo. Good, solid stuff.

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