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HeTill Offline

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25.06.2008 11:51
Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten

We were honored to be asked to participate in Kerrang's exclusive “Maiden Heaven” tribute album . . . one of those super cool Kerrang! CD's that you can only get when you buy the mag. In this case, the issue (# 1219) goes on sale in the UK on July 16 and for those of you somewhere else, you can pick it up online at http://www.kerrang.com.

We picked “Remember Tomorrow” from Iron Maiden's self titled first album . . . it was basically the blueprint for songs like “Fade to Black” and “Sanitarium” and when we were jamming our way thru most of our favorite early Maiden songs, this one stood out and also came together somewhat effortlessly. . . we had a blast recording it at HQ in the middle of all the insanity of the last two weeks of finishing the new album back in May. Some of our other favorite bands recorded their own versions of Maiden songs too . . . Machine Head, Trivium, Avenged Sevenfold, Coheed And Cambria, Dream Theater to name a few. There are more details in the current issue of Kerrang! or on their site . . . or check out the "official" press release below.

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"Iron Maiden are 10% cooler than every other band!" Lars Ulrich, Metallica.

Kerrang! team up with Metallica, Machine Head, Trivium, Avenged Sevenfold and more for an a world exclusive, all star Iron Maiden tribute album!

15 of Kerrang!'s favourite bands have come together to pay tribute to the planet's greatest metal band - Iron Maiden!

Following on from our 2006 Kerrang! Remastered CD in honour of Metallica's Master Of Puppets, this latest collection - Maiden Heaven - features bands covering tracks from Iron Maiden's legendary career, and will be given away free in Kerrang! issue 1219 on sale July 16.

The CD includes world exclusive performances from Metallica, Machine Head, Trivium, Avenged Sevenfold, Coheed And Cambria, Gallows and more!

Chatting exclusively to Kerrang!, Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich tells the readers how much respect the Bay Area thrashers have for the Brit metal legends.

"Iron Maiden are 10% cooler than every other band," says Ulrich. "From their relationship with their fans, to their album covers to their stages, to their live presentation, to their photos - whatever they did was always cooler than what everyone else did! I have always had an incredible amount of respect and admiration for them and obviously getting a chance to be part of this CD feels that that has come a full circle. We played Remember Tomorrow as it was basically the blueprint for songs like Fade To Black and Welcome Home (Sanitarium), and some of the more epic ballady type of songs that Metallica had done later. We had so much fun with this!"

Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn is equally excited to be a part of this project.

"When I was a kid Iron Maiden were a very big deal to me and the influence they had on Machine Head has been huge," he reveals. "We decided to cover Hallowed Be Thy Name for this CD because it's just such a great song, in fact it's a classic. I just love the way the vocal line goes up and down, so dramatic. If someone who'd never heard them wanted to know what Iron Maiden sounded like I'd point them in the direction of Hallowed Be Thy Name."

Metal heroes Trivium are happy to admit their own brand of heavy tunes could never have existed without Maiden's worldwide influence.

"Iron Maiden helped create what we know as heavy metal," states frontman Matt Heafy. "Their influence can be heard on classic and contemporary bands alike; their fan base spans across the youngest and newest of heavy music recruits all the way to the diehard, life-long metal elite. We chose to play the track Iron Maiden, as the song that screamed out our love for them musically, and we knew it would be a really fun song to jam out in the studio. It was an honour to be able to play one of Iron Maiden's tracks and have the opportunity to contribute to this amazing CD. We hope everyone has as much fun listening to it as we did making it!"

Meanwhile, Avenged Sevenfold - who have been picked to support Maiden at their upcoming Twickenham Stadium show on July 5 - say they are "honoured" to be part of this Kerrang! tribute. "Maiden are by far the best live band in the world and their music is timeless," says vocalist M Shadows. "This also gives us a chance to expose this great song to some of our younger fans who maybe aren't as familiar with Iron Maiden."

UK hardcore punk rockers Gallows chose to contribute a version of Wrathchild to the collection.

"We're actually all huge Maiden fans and while learning Wrathchild we discovered a new found respect for the band as musicians," says guitarist Laurent Barnard. "Some of their riffs are pretty fast and Steve Harris has definitely earned his place as a bass legend! We're so happy we were asked to be included!"

This Kerrang! Maiden Heaven CD's arrival coincides with the band's European leg of their Somwhere Back In Time World Tour - and follows on from the release of their own collection Somewhere Back In Time: The Best Of 80 -89.

"Maiden much appreciate and are very flattered by all the time spent on this by a lot of great bands," says Iron Maiden's manager Rod Smallwood, "and would like to thank them, and also Kerrang!, for the honour. Thanks everyone!"

Pick up your copy of Kerrang! issue 1219 on sale July 16 for your own copy of Maiden Heaven.

MAIDEN HEAVEN tracklisting

Black Tide - Prowler
Metallica - Remember Tomorrow
Avenged Sevenfold - Flash Of The Blade
Glamour Of The Kill - 2 Minutes To Midnight
Coheed and Cambria - The Trooper
DevilDriver - Wasted Years
Sign - Run To The Hills
Dream Theater - To Tame A Land
Madina Lake - Caught Somewhere In Time
Gallows - Wrathchild
Fightstar - Fear Of The Dark
Machine Head - Hallowed Be Thy Name
Trivium - Iron Maiden
Year Long Disaster - Running Free
Ghostlines - Brave New World



Magic People! Voodoo People!

Child of the Wicked Offline

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25.06.2008 13:41
#2 RE: Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten

Cool

Sonst natürlich wieder bis auf 2, 3 Ausnahmen nur Brunz auf dem Sampler, aber wat solls. *g*


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25.06.2008 13:41
#3 RE: Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten

Na dann bin ich mal gespannt ob es an die Version von Opeth rankommt...


"To the people that dwell and drown themselves in negative elements (locally and beyond), you will go down alone... you know who you are and what you are. Worry about your own life, then you will know what it is like to live, rather than merely exist."

HeTill Offline

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25.06.2008 13:48
#4 RE: Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten

Hätte mir eigentlich mehr Prowler von ihnen gewünscht. Obwohl, dafür fehlt James glaub ich die Stimme, das klang nämlich damals 89-92 immer richtig geil.

Hier kann man in eine alte Liveperformance von RT reinhören:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxXvYpisqpo

Prowler:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gzeq4u-lV4&feature=related



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Burden_of_Grief Offline

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25.06.2008 13:59
#5 RE: Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten

Von wann ist den das RT? Ich denke nämlich das war einer meiner ersten Metallica Konzerte die ich live hatte... hmm muß aber mindt. 5 Jahre her sein.




Wer hat nicht schon von uns gehört, ob er wollte oder
nicht
den Namen, der so viele stört, doch alle Herzen bricht
Die Band, der Mythos, die Legende, was immer man erzählt

Der Gestank der Vergangenheit liegt mit auf unserm Weg
auf unserm Weg, auf unserm Weg...

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25.06.2008 14:02
#6 RE: Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten

Ich glaub die haben beim Donnington Festival 1994 oder 1995 das Lied gejammt.


para tiempo means nada nunca

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25.06.2008 14:11
#7 RE: Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten

Zitat von HeTill
Hätte mir eigentlich mehr Prowler von ihnen gewünscht. Obwohl, dafür fehlt James glaub ich die Stimme, das klang nämlich damals 89-92 immer richtig geil.


Jap, den würde James leider niemals hinkriegen.


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metOLLIca Offline

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25.06.2008 14:14
#8 RE: Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten
Haben sie 95 in Donnington und bei der Club-Show in London ich glaub vor NEM gespielt.
Fand ich damals schon geil. Super, freut mich

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angel_of_death Offline

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25.06.2008 23:56
#9 RE: Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten

Geil, DevilDriver spielen Wasted Years!!



I Grießbrei

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09.07.2008 12:42
#10 RE: Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten




"The SNR is measured in units of decibels (dB), a unit of measure that many think is used by electrical engineers primarily to confuse computer scientists."
[James F. Kurose, Keith W. Ross: Computer Networking, S. 520]

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09.07.2008 12:50
#11 RE: Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten

In Antwort auf:
Sample:
http://podcast.kerrang.com/kerrang/audio...n/metallica.mp3
*gefallen dran find*
Auch schön, natürlich produziert, hoffentlich klingt das Album ähnlich.


Hoffentlich ist der Gitarren Sound auf dem neuen Album genauso geil.




Wer hat nicht schon von uns gehört, ob er wollte oder
nicht
den Namen, der so viele stört, doch alle Herzen bricht
Die Band, der Mythos, die Legende, was immer man erzählt

Der Gestank der Vergangenheit liegt mit auf unserm Weg
auf unserm Weg, auf unserm Weg...

Child of the Wicked Offline

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09.07.2008 12:51
#12 RE: Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten



Einminütiger Ausschnitt auf der Myspace seite:
http://www.myspace.com/metallica




"The SNR is measured in units of decibels (dB), a unit of measure that many think is used by electrical engineers primarily to confuse computer scientists."
[James F. Kurose, Keith W. Ross: Computer Networking, S. 520]

HeTill Offline

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09.07.2008 13:41
#13 RE: Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten

Naja, die Tonqualität ist ja sehr bescheiden. Aber ich kann da an dem Gitarrensound nichts neues oder so erkennen, hört sich vor allem bei dem 1-Minuten Ausschnitt sehr nach Garage Inc an.



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09.07.2008 14:26
#14 RE: Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten

Garage Inc. Sound hör ich persönlich jetzt nicht raus.
Saugeil!


"To the people that dwell and drown themselves in negative elements (locally and beyond), you will go down alone... you know who you are and what you are. Worry about your own life, then you will know what it is like to live, rather than merely exist."

Child of the Wicked Offline

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09.07.2008 14:31
#15 RE: Remember Tomorrow von Metallica! Antworten

Ist ein wunderbar natürlich Sound, erinnert mich ein wenig an die Produktion der aktuellen Death Angel




"The SNR is measured in units of decibels (dB), a unit of measure that many think is used by electrical engineers primarily to confuse computer scientists."
[James F. Kurose, Keith W. Ross: Computer Networking, S. 520]

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