Deadheads: This One Goes To 11

Deadheads: This One Goes To 11
Title: This One Goes To 11
Label: High Roller

2018 release. The Deadheads formed in the lovely city of Gothenburg in 2011. This One Goes To 11 is the band's third album. Was it in any way difficult to write and record the material? A lot of people do not believe in the myth of the "difficult third album". What about singer/guitarist Manne Olander? "At the beginning, it was indeed a bit difficult," is his straight answer. "Our bass player Sigge left us about a year ago, we played the Storm Crusher festival, and then a week later we had a meeting over a few beers and he told us the news. Me, Tim and Rickard were eager though to work with new songs and decided to do the album anyway. We talked a little bit about asking Olle Griphammar (our former original bass player), we really like his way of bass playing and his songwriting skills. So, we did and he was thrilled to once again join forces." For some people This One Goes To 11 is more or less a direct continuation of Loadead, would that be fair to say? Maybe it's a bit more punky around the edges... "You might be right," reflects Manne Olander. "We want it to sound like Deadheads, so far we have no plans to try to do something else. We are very proud of our raw power rock 'n' roll, and the songs are great. I can honestly say that I think it's the best album we have made so far and probably one of the best rock albums of 2018. I think we have a pretty clear picture of what we want a rock album to sound like. You need the attitude and speed, but there should also be room for dynamics and melodies.

1.1 Black Out
1.2 Don't Mind the Ghost
1.3 Somebody Along the Way
1.4 Manic Mondays
1.5 Too Lost to Be Found
1.6 The Plan
1.7 Instant Control
1.8 2 Steps Before the Fall
1.9 Lucifer
1.10 My Time
1.11 Status Low

Deadheads: This One Goes To 11

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