U.D.O. New Studio Album “Game Over” to Come In October

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U.D.O., the band led by former ACCEPT front-man Udo Dirkschneider, will release its new album “Game Over”, on October 22 via AFM Records. Available as digipak, colored Ltd. vinyl,  limited boxset + digital, “Game Over” can be pre-ordered from the AFM Records shop HERE.

The statement behind has got many different meanings. But one thing becomes clear immediately: U.D.O. is not doing things by halves and so they give everything they have. During hundreds of shows worldwide, some of them in the most remote places of Russia and South-America, the band has become one unit and a conglomerate of passionate musicians and friends. Each of them knows exactly, when and how to play his instrument to match to the sound of the band perfectly. All the songs on this record feature a distinctive character, that convinces today as well as it will convince tomorrow.

Not one for embellishment. Dirkschneider strikes a sour note on “Game Over”. If mankind does not rethink several aspects, it may have fatal consequences. For example, “Kids And Guns” is about the increased gun sales and little regulation in the gun industry in the USA, which also leads to higher rates of child or adolescent gun violence.

“Game Over” Track listing:

 1. Fear Detector
 2. Holy Invaders
 3. Prophecy
 4. Empty Eyes
 5. I See Red
 6. Metal Never Dies
 7. Kids And Guns
 8. Like A Beast
 9. Don’t Wanna Say Goodbye
10. Unbroken
11. Marching Tank
12. Thunder Road
13. Midnight Stranger
14. Speed Seeker
15. Time Control
16. Metal Damnation

Last year, U.D.O. collaborated with Das Musikkorps der Bundeswehr, the military band of the German federal armed forces, on an album called “We Are One”, which was released in July 2020 via AFM Records/Soulfood MusicU.D.O.‘s current lineup includes Udo‘s son and drummer Sven DirkschneiderHudrap and guitarists Andrey Smirnov and Dammers.

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