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  • CD-Digi + DVD - 4.99 EUR
  • Item number:248922
  • Version:CD-Digi + DVD
  • Genre:Metalcore/Deathcore
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Like a phoenix rising from the ashes! A gripping & blunt rollercoaster ride that sees light in the blackest night!

Deadlock have always been about extremes – and always will be! Fans love these Germans for every emotional force run through the raging depths of death metal, technical prowess, borderline pop-laden melodies, nods to classic metal, and casual flirtation with trance and beats. As expected, Hybris turns out to be a multi-faceted monster in terms of both shape and content – and at the same time painfully digs through the last events in the Deadlock camp. Despite the tragic death of founder and drummer Tobias Graf (immortalized with a minute of silence on the album) and the departure of singer Sabine Scherer (now replaced by Margie Gerlitz), the megalomaniac creative urge could not be suppressed: 2016 sees Deadlock rising from the ashes, scarred, but heads held high. Hybris finds its inseparable counterpart in a 90 min DVD documentary 'The Longest Road' that translates the album concept to visuals. A gripping and blunt rollercoaster ride that sees light in the blackest night – and that is something only Deadlock can achieve!

Margie Gerlitz - Vocals
John Gahlert - Vocals
Werner Riedl - Drums
Ferdinand Rewicki - Guitar
Sebastian Reichl - Guitar

Disc 1
Track list Total runtime
1 - Epitaph 4:08
2 - Carbonman 4:46
3 - Berserk 4:33
4 - Blood Ghost 6:33
5 - Hybris 5:22
6 - Wrath / Salvation 3:47
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Disc 2
Track list Total runtime
1 - Intro
2 - Writer - Restart
3 - Spring - Songwriting
4 - Summer - Demo
5 - Fall - Pre-Production
6 - Winter - Recordings
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