A class of its own! The new killer album by one of the German legends of Progressive Thrash metal, now available on Angular Records.
Megace have been founded in 1988 in Hamburg. The band has developed a pretty unique and extraordinary style with a classical line-up based on female vocals, two guitars, bass and drums. The first demo was released already in the year of the band's foundation. Through the second demo tape called "This is the news", produced by Kai Hansen, the band was able to obtain its first record deal.
The debut album (available as CD/LP/MC) "Human Errors" was released in 1991 on 1MF/Rough Trade and until today more than 5,000 copies have been sold. During the subsequent years, the band renewed both its musical concept and also the group's line-up. Another demo has been released since then and several songs have been contributed to various sampler CD projects.
Megace call their new CD "Inner War" a 'second debut' album due to the many changes that have happened since "Human Errors". The band has produced most of the material by itself - as well as with the support of Dirk Schlächter (Gamma Ray). The album has been recorded both in the band's own studio and also in the Hansen studio. For the mix, Megace have worked with Charlie Bauerfeind (Blind Guardian, Sieges Even).
The success of the top-selling debut album "Human Errors" from 1991 proves that Megace are a real exception within the German Metal scene.. Their highly individual mixture of harmonic and disharmonic guitar work in combination with the incredibly virtuoso female voice creates a powerful sound that is absolutely unique. Megace are aggressive, Megace can be gentle and calm, and from one second to the next highly dramatic and full of expressive and explosive energy.
With their new album "Inner War" Megace prove again that their music is packed full of creative and innovative musical ideas, both from songwriting and a performance points of view.
"Inner War" presents Megace in a new maturity - and the first listen will show you that is was worth the eight year wait!
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