Monday, May 7, 2018


Exciter - Heavy Metal Maniac - 1983
Exciter - Violence And Force - 1984
Exciter - Long Live The Loud - 1985
Exciter - Unveiling The Wicked - 1986
Exciter - Exciter - 1988
Exciter - Kill After Kill - 1992
Exciter - Better Live Than Dead - 1993
Exciter - The Dark Command - 1997
Beehler - Messages To The Dead - 2011
01. Exciter - Heavy Metal Maniac, 1983 CD Album Reissue
     Rock Brigade Records, Die Hard Records, Voice Music, Rock Machine Records - EHMM 001, EHMM 001, EHMM 001, EHMM 001
     Reissue from 2005
02. Exciter - Violence And Force, 1984 CD Album Reissue
     Steamhammer - SPV 076-18452 CD
     Reissue from 1999
03. Exciter - Long Live The Loud, 1985 CD Album Reissue
     Megaforce Records - MEGA1986
     Reissue from 2005
04. Exciter - Unveiling The Wicked, 1986 CD Album Reissue Remastered
     Megaforce Records - MEGA1987
     Reissue from 2005
05. Exciter - Exciter, 1988 CD Album
     Maze Music - MMACD 6000
06. Exciter - Kill After Kill, 1992 CD Album
     Noise International - N 0192-2
07. Exciter - Better Live Than Dead, 1993 CD Album
     Bleeding Hearts Records - CDBLEED 5
08. Exciter - The Dark Command, 1997 CD Album Promo
     Osmose Productions - OPCD 059
09. Beehler - Messages To The Dead, 2011 CD Album
     High Roller Records - HRR 200 CD
Speed metal hell! On that day of 1983, I bought in the same store Kill'Em'All, Court In The Act, Forged In Fire and Heavy Metal Maniac, and I have spent the past 35 years trying to figure out which one I liked the most among these legendary records - because everyone knows lists and ranks must be kept up to date. That first Exciter album is a milestone in the saga of speed metal, it is a complete masterpiece. The roughness of the production adds to the meanness of the chainsaw songs, and unstoppable headbanging ensues. This was the beginning of a new era in heavy metal - right before Show No Mercy, a step up in heaviness from Judas Priest and co. Absolute first class! The following two albums are almost better, especially the super classic Violence And Force, then up to the vicious and raging Kill After Kill they recycle with great inspiration and energy their own formula, but the established fan does not feel the breeze of novelty anymore, and then there is that amazing live release featuring all the best songs. After the mid 90s, variable line ups (which often included only the original guitarist)  released albums that were less to my liking, but I have not given these enough attention to really know. Let us concentrate on their first decade of aggression, these albums are as awesome as their artwork is horrible. Extra triplazer cult of speed metal! Long live heavy metal force and violence until everything becomes nothing!
The original trio is touring!
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