Fury In The Slaughterhouse – Now


German rock band Fury In The Slaughterhouse is staging a grand return with the release of their twelfth studio album, “Now”, their first LP of new material in 15 years. The six-piece band from Hannover, best known for the mid-90s releases “Mono” and “The Hearing And Sense Of Balance”, had disbanded in 2008 but reunited in 2017 for the 30th anniversary of their formation which was celebrated with live concerts and a best-of album. For their brand new record, Fury In The Slaughterhouse and co-producer Vincent Sorg have crafted songs in the spirit of our time, including the stadium-ready rock anthem “Replay” and the apocalyptic “Sorry”, a sincere apology to the young generation for the older generation’s inaction on curbing climate change and the destruction of our environment. The group is pulling no punches, even if the lyrics are a hook to the chin of their own generation. “Now” comes right on time and it’s definitely a bold comeback album with a statement.

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