DEMONS actually had an album ready as early as 1995 (before Ass Cobra and Supershitty to the Max) but no one wanted to release it. They had to wait until 1997 to unleash their first single Electrocute (later covered by The Hellacopters on their last album Head Off) and their 1998 Thomas Skogsberg produced debut mini album Demons Come Bursting Out! The band was contracted to Gearhead Records between 1999 and 2004 and released three full length albums for them.
Before the album was mixed, "Demons" headed out to play the Scandinavian Gearfests (music festival coordinated by Gearhead Records) held in Stockholm, Helsinki and Oslo. After the album's release, they embarked on another coast-to-coast US tour, with the New Bomb Turks. Demons" performed extensively throughout Europe in 2003. Electrocute" (Ruff Nite Records RNR 007) (7"-single 11/97) - B side contains tracks "Run Me Over" and "Some Days Are Worse Than Others". All three were written by singer/guitarist Mathias "Hep Cat Matt" Carlsson. The record was exclusively printed on black and red vinyl, with only 1,000 copies made.
Metal Wani's Chuck Marshall conducted an interview with ICED EARTH mainman Jon Schaffer prior to the band's March 28 concert at The Shelter in Detroit, Michigan. You can watch the entire chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH. On what ICED EARTH has planned after their "Incorruptible" North American tour: Jon: "We're going to have a little bit of a break here, then, Europe, we have a bunch of festivals and headline shows that we're doing. That's about six weeks. And, from there, we're really going to be off for a little.
Uriah Heep - Demons And Wizards (1972).
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Like all records, Demons does have moments that are far weaker than others. Take A Bow and Second Guessing are tracks that don’t fully stick in the listener’s mind once the album has played through and feel more like filler songs, especially in comparison to the record’s anchor track . Opening the song with gritty, hardcore punk vocals, Matthews’ more melodic notes weave throughout the uncleans in a strange, almost R&.