Rusty Cage Records, the label for Netherlands-based metallers Defender, has issued the following update:

"20 years after releasing their debut "City Ad Mortis", Defender will start recording their first full length CD. They will start recording in Holland's Legacy Studios the second week of December. The album will be released summer 2008."


Source: rustycagerecords.com
Band profile: Defender
 
Posted: 26.11.2007 by Thryce



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Bad English - 26.11.2007 at 22:08  
Seems interesting
LeChron James - 27.11.2007 at 08:28  
i have NEVER heard of these guys. ever.
BestMetalstormer - 27.11.2007 at 16:06  
Wow, after 20 years, they now release the first full length. Thats so admired for patient
Marcel Hubregtse - 28.11.2007 at 15:57  
Written by LeChron James on 27.11.2007 at 08:28

i have NEVER heard of these guys. ever.


Then you should read ALL the album reviews and concert reviews here, then you would have heard about them

Okay, seriously now... they split up in the early nineties only to reform again this year and had only released a, hard to get, ep. So it is not surprising that many people haven't heard of this band.
But then again there are millions of band you haven't ever heard about.
Marcel Hubregtse - 28.11.2007 at 15:59  
Written by LeChron James on 27.11.2007 at 08:28

i have NEVER heard of these guys. ever.


Looking at you r profile and fav bands, Defender certainly could be a band you would like
LeChron James - 29.11.2007 at 01:13  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 28.11.2007 at 15:59

Written by LeChron James on 27.11.2007 at 08:28

i have NEVER heard of these guys. ever.


Looking at you r profile and fav bands, Defender certainly could be a band you would like


then i'll definitely check them out. thanks marcel.
Opium - 29.11.2007 at 04:32  
Still more Thrash to come this year, Marcel?

They just keep on popping up, remasters and reunions, it's all good though, I won't deny that
Marcel Hubregtse - 29.11.2007 at 07:23  
Written by Guest on 29.11.2007 at 04:32

Still more Thrash to come this year, Marcel?

They just keep on popping up, remasters and reunions, it's all good though, I won't deny that


Defende risn't really a thrash band, it is more US power.

btw LWS Inc (album review and concert review also here on MS) is thrash though.

As with Defender one of the guys in LWS Inc is behind Rusty Cage Records.
the two guys that started Rusty Cage Records are

Remco Bouwens (drums, Defender)
Manfred Zadelhof (bass, LWS Inc.)
Opium - 29.11.2007 at 08:25  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 29.11.2007 at 07:23

Written by Guest on 29.11.2007 at 04:32

Still more Thrash to come this year, Marcel?

They just keep on popping up, remasters and reunions, it's all good though, I won't deny that


Defende risn't really a thrash band, it is more US power.

btw LWS Inc (album review and concert review also here on MS) is thrash though.

As with Defender one of the guys in LWS Inc is behind Rusty Cage Records.
the two guys that started Rusty Cage Records are

Remco Bouwens (drums, Defender)
Manfred Zadelhof (bass, LWS Inc.)

Someone is getting the tagging on MS wrong then

They were still somewhat thrashy to me (not saying they're actually Thrash) and were still enjoyable

I'll check LWS inc. out too, cheers Marcel.

BTW, I'm still looking for any of the early Alchemist albums for you, as well.
Marcel Hubregtse - 29.11.2007 at 08:28  
Written by Guest on 29.11.2007 at 08:25

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 29.11.2007 at 07:23

Written by Guest on 29.11.2007 at 04:32

Still more Thrash to come this year, Marcel?

They just keep on popping up, remasters and reunions, it's all good though, I won't deny that


Defende risn't really a thrash band, it is more US power.

btw LWS Inc (album review and concert review also here on MS) is thrash though.

As with Defender one of the guys in LWS Inc is behind Rusty Cage Records.
the two guys that started Rusty Cage Records are

Remco Bouwens (drums, Defender)
Manfred Zadelhof (bass, LWS Inc.)

Someone is getting the tagging on MS wrong then

They were still somewhat thrashy to me (not saying they're actually Thrash) and were still enjoyable

I'll check LWS inc. out too, cheers Marcel.

BTW, I'm still looking for any of the early Alchemist albums for you, as well.


well the tag ALSO says Speed Power Metal
I think Thryce used the thrash tag as well because the covers they play are usually thrash songs
Opium - 29.11.2007 at 08:34  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 29.11.2007 at 08:28

Written by Guest on 29.11.2007 at 08:25

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 29.11.2007 at 07:23

Written by Guest on 29.11.2007 at 04:32

Still more Thrash to come this year, Marcel?

They just keep on popping up, remasters and reunions, it's all good though, I won't deny that


Defende risn't really a thrash band, it is more US power.

btw LWS Inc (album review and concert review also here on MS) is thrash though.

As with Defender one of the guys in LWS Inc is behind Rusty Cage Records.
the two guys that started Rusty Cage Records are

Remco Bouwens (drums, Defender)
Manfred Zadelhof (bass, LWS Inc.)

Someone is getting the tagging on MS wrong then

They were still somewhat thrashy to me (not saying they're actually Thrash) and were still enjoyable

I'll check LWS inc. out too, cheers Marcel.

BTW, I'm still looking for any of the early Alchemist albums for you, as well.


well the tag ALSO says Speed Power Metal
I think Thryce used the thrash tag as well because the covers they play are usually thrash songs

I swear I need glasses, unless it was recently changed (which I don't think so)
Marcel Hubregtse - 29.11.2007 at 08:38  
Written by Guest on 29.11.2007 at 08:34

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 29.11.2007 at 08:28

Written by Guest on 29.11.2007 at 08:25

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 29.11.2007 at 07:23

Written by Guest on 29.11.2007 at 04:32

Still more Thrash to come this year, Marcel?

They just keep on popping up, remasters and reunions, it's all good though, I won't deny that


Defende risn't really a thrash band, it is more US power.

btw LWS Inc (album review and concert review also here on MS) is thrash though.

As with Defender one of the guys in LWS Inc is behind Rusty Cage Records.
the two guys that started Rusty Cage Records are

Remco Bouwens (drums, Defender)
Manfred Zadelhof (bass, LWS Inc.)

Someone is getting the tagging on MS wrong then

They were still somewhat thrashy to me (not saying they're actually Thrash) and were still enjoyable

I'll check LWS inc. out too, cheers Marcel.

BTW, I'm still looking for any of the early Alchemist albums for you, as well.


well the tag ALSO says Speed Power Metal
I think Thryce used the thrash tag as well because the covers they play are usually thrash songs

I swear I need glasses, unless it was recently changed (which I don't think so)


yes, you definitely seem to need glasses cause it was there from the start. Btw Toxik dvd will be released in December by Displeased records.
Thryce - 29.11.2007 at 18:35  
Changed Speed Power Metal to US Power Metal because it's more accurate indeed.
By times they're indeed pretty thrashy, so I've put the Thrash tag next to it. But mainly they're playing Speed/US Power Metal. I don't think it will harm anyone if I leave the Thrash tag there though.

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