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There are certain things that I don’t expect in life, things like well-written articles in Maxim or yoga pants that tell the truth, so when I pressed play on my iPod Nano to listen to Deadlock’s new album, The Arsonist, I did not expect the thrashy, detuned guitar riff intro, subsequent sweeping arpeggio guitar lead, and momentary blast beat into a groove riff. Then, only a few moments later, after some brutal, layered harsh vocals, the catchiest vocal hook ever sung by Sabine Weniger, who’s gorgeous by the way. With a piano and clean guitar bridge, “The Great Pretender” is easily one of the most surprising tracks I’ve listened to as of late, especially because the only other band aus Deutschland that I can think of off the top of my head is Rammstein, which Deadlock sound nothing like.

Two growing metal trends over the past few years include both a surge in melodic death metal and bands fronted by female vocalists. So what if we blended these two fads together; what do you think we’d get? In this case, German group Deadlock! The band has been creating music since 1997 and is stronger than ever with this, their fifth full-length album, Bizarro World.

German melodic heavy metal group, Deadlock, has teamed up with MetalInjection.net to premiere the music video for “Virus Jones”, the opening track from the Deadlock’s forthcoming full-length, ‘Bizarro World’, which is due out on March 15th on Lifeforce Records. The video was filmed in Leipzip, Germany with directors, Philipp Hirsch and Heiko Tippelt (Heaven Shall Burn, Triptykon, Amon Amarth), and attempts to capture the meaning behind the track’s lyrics, which deal with pharmaceutical, medical…

German melodic heavy metal group, Deadlock, has teamed up with MetalInjection.net to premiere the music video for “Virus Jones”, the opening track from the Deadlock’s forthcoming full-length, ‘Bizarro World’, which is due out on March 15th on Lifeforce Records. The video was filmed in Leipzip, Germany with directors, Philipp Hirsch and Heiko Tippelt (Heaven Shall Burn, Triptykon, Amon Amarth), and attempts to capture the meaning behind the track’s lyrics, which…