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Killing Time - Deathfist - Too Hot To Burn


2010
Label: Pure Steel Records - PSRCD 048 • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition, Promo Paper/Plastic Sleeve • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Thrash
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We did have only very few bad reviews. And even in those bad reviews the Killing Time - Deathfist - Too Hot To Burn were always stressing how much time and energy Deathfist had put into the songs.

Originally, we had planned to put out the EP all on our own but then some problems occured in the pressing plant. Originally, our strategy with this was to fill up the playing time but while we were recording we composed two more songs, so in the end it would not have been neccessary to re-record all four songs from the single. As there is a new drummer on the album and we re-structured the songs we nevertheless decided to include them on the album.

We recorded at the Underworld Killing Time - Deathfist - Too Hot To Burn in Solingen. The producer was Mersus of Zarathustra and Destroyer fame, who is building his own studio at the moment.

We really like what he did with Ketzer. He was a good catch as he brought some cool ideas to the table. And in addition to that, he is playing the drums on the vinyl bonus track. Martin, our new bass player, is still living in Koblenz so he is seeing the Desaster guys here and there. Together with Tormentor he is also playing for the European line up of Metalucifer. Corinna has been knowing them for ages as well.

Two times with Tormentor and once with Jan, a helping hand. However, this led to Jan joing Deathfist fulltime. We had more gigs lined up but as Tormentor was leaving, we had to cancel those. Which band did they like best in ? The biggest losers?

That must have been us as we were Vendég (Dancemix) - Erős vs. Spigiboy - Dancemix.hu late on the Saturday afternoon as it was starting to rain again.

We were fed up with the mud wrestling in Hmm, we are definitely not getting any younger, are we? We get more positive feedback though. The last Sodom album was definitely great!


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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Deathfist - Too Hot To Burn at Discogs. Complete your Deathfist collection/5(10).
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    Short time after their demo was featured in the more or less famous German mag "Rock Hard", Deathfist released their debut. From the first moment, it convinces because of its professional and clear sound. All instruments including the female voice are in an emancipated relationship to each other.
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    You wouldn’t know by the likes of “Apotheosis” and “Demons” that a female can be so evil and raw with her approach- but this would be one aspect that is quite convincing on “Too Hot To Burn”, the debut album from Deathfist.
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    Following their debut 7" EP ”Demons“ from last year, German Thrash maniacs Deathfist have just released theit first album entitled “Too Hot To Burn”. The reactions to the four songs of their debut single were overwhelmingly positive, finds guitarist and mainman Markus Wichmann: “Yeah, everything was .

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