"For Kadaver, "Rough Times" will always remain the album that was created during the construction of their new rehearsal room, which also functions as a recording studio. Not everything is ready yet in the backyard area in the direct vicinity of several car repair shops. And so it is not surprising that even at the edges and outermost corners of "Rough Times", which is not stingy with its charms, some things are unfinished.
Perhaps the power trio Kadavar will and should always remain in this state. The Berliners of choice with origins in Westphalia, Thuringia and France have meanwhile arrived all over the Neukölln district and offer their media guests plenty of liquid food for album presentations.
Already the initial guitar sounds in the opener "Lord Of The Sky" show that Kadavar's third studio work is a completely different beast than his two predecessors. The sound is really amazing and since Black Sabbath's "13" there hasn't been a heavier heavy rock statement than "Berlin".
There are few German cities for whom it would be a matter of course if three "newcomers" confessed their new home with an album title. In the Berlin crucible, however, this is a relatively normal process. "About ten years ago we moved to the capital from all over Germany because we simply wanted to get out of the province and Berlin appeared to us as our natural new territory," recalls Christoph Bartelt. "Here we found each other and developed something together. We are all fundamentally different, but that is normal in a city like Berlin. In this respect, I believe the city has left its mark on us. So it goes without saying that the album should be named after her."
KADAVAR - Last Living Dinosaur (4:04)
Album: Berlin (2015)
Label/Distribution: Nuclear Blast/Warner
The riff monsters from Berlin have set a heavy rock monument with this disc of their adopted city. From now on all Black Sabbath epigones of this world will have to be measured against this album. And at the same time Kadavar have set the bar damn high for their future studio works.
On 21.08. "Berlin", the new album of the German classic rockers Kadavar, will be released via Nuclear Blast. Here you will find a foretaste worth seeing and hearing...
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