Seal the Deal & Let's Boogie is the sixth studio album by Danish heavy metal band Volbeat. The album was released on 3 June 2016. It is the first album not to feature Anders Kjølholm who left in November the previous year. In April 2015, singer Michael Poulsen revealed that he had so far written seven songs for the album. In November 2015 it was reported that bassist Anders Kjølholm had left the band.
Their sixth studio album Seal the Deal & Let’s Boogie is overflowing with clever and catchy songs. As for the album’s lyrical subjects, frontman Michael Poulsen says many of the songs address spiritual topics, but it’s not religious: It's not so much a theme, but rather using real characters who were strong in their belief about their contact with the spiritual world, with additional input from me, where I try and connect what once was and what. is no. Seal the Deal & Let’s Boogie kicks off with the moderately paced The Devil’s Bleeding Crown
The Devil’s Bleeding Crown pairs a galloping guitar riff with propulsive thrashed-out grooves. The band performed it only once in entirety last summer in Odense, Denmark.
Danish/American rock 'n' rollers VOLBEAT will release their sixth full-length album, "Seal The Deal & Let's Boogie", on June 3 via Republic Records. The Devil's Bleeding Crown" pairs a galloping guitar riff with propulsive thrashed-out grooves. The band performed it only once in entirety last.
Now three years later, the band offer their sixth overall studio album, Seal the Deal & Let’s Boogie. Released on June 3rd by Republic Records, it is the first album not to feature Bassist Anders Kjølholm, but does feature the core of Vocalist/Guitarist Michael Poulsen, Drummer Jon Larsen, and as of 2013, Lead Guitarist Rob Caggiano.
In fact, there’s a lot of moments that hark back to the band’s previous albums on Seal The Deal & Let’s Boogie – second single For Evigt (replaced by The Bliss on US copies) evokes memories of the band’s 2013 mega-hit Lola Montez in a major way, whilst Let It Burn has a touch of Pearl Hart about it. There’s a lot more bite to the songs this time round though – with songs like title-track Seal The Deal packing some serious riffs to match their choruses. The band’s more melodic side does get ample chance to show itself though
de include a limited Volbeat License Metal Plate (30x15cm). Recorded by Jacob Hansen and Bryan Russell at Hansen Studios, Ribe Denmark, Lundgaard Studios, Vejen Denmark and Metrosonic Studios, Brooklyn, NY Danko Jones' vocals recorded by Vic Florencia at Concrete Jungle Studios, Toronto, Canada The Harlem Gospel Choir recorded by Rob Caggiano at the Germano Studios, New York, NY.
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This album won’t disappoint fans as it is filled with energy. For those itching for a dose of new Volbeat, this album is your fix. . Seal The Deal & Let’s Boogie’ sounds like an invitation of sorts, and being the name of Volbeat’s latest album, a good time is waiting for those who are craving new material from the Danish/American metal band, who last put out an album in 2013 with ‘Outlaw Gentlemen and Shady Ladies’. The first song The Devil’s Bleeding Crown starts off with the driving force of a locomotive charging full steam ahead