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attila_de_hun
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Posted 11-07-2005 12:37 by attila_de_hun Wijzig reactieProfiel van attila_de_hunQuote dit bericht

ik heb volgens mij nog hun debuutoptreden in Nederland gezien. Dat was ergens in een klein cafeetje in Eindhoven (Niet dynamo)en het was er minstesn85 graden celcius. Oja, het optredenwas op 1 januari als ik het mij goed herinner.

maar het was wel super natuurlijk. (<-speciaal nog effe voor orion )


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Posted 11-07-2005 12:38 by invictis Wijzig reactieProfiel van invictisQuote dit bericht

surf nicaragua!
vette hoes is dat overgens


Zo hé, is dit topic toch maar mooi getransformeerd van eenzijdig gebral van Invictus in een ware echte op ervaringen en feiten gebaseerde discussie.


attila_de_hun
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Posted 11-07-2005 12:41 by attila_de_hun Wijzig reactieProfiel van attila_de_hunQuote dit bericht

Ik blijf hun debuut toch het beste vinden (alhoewel SR geen een slechte cd heeft uitgebracht naar mijn mening).


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Posted 11-07-2005 14:32 by Orion Wijzig reactieProfiel van OrionQuote dit bericht

quote:
Op 11 juli 2005 12:37 schreef attila_de_hun het volgende:
ik heb volgens mij nog hun debuutoptreden in Nederland gezien. Dat was ergens in een klein cafeetje in Eindhoven (Niet dynamo)en het was er minstesn85 graden celcius. Oja, het optredenwas op 1 januari als ik het mij goed herinner.

maar het was wel super natuurlijk. (<-speciaal nog effe voor orion )


LIJER!


Mezelf tegen friet! en spotten en al ut andere kansloos gedoe weest wel !?


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Posted 11-07-2005 14:54 by neefherbert Wijzig reactieProfiel van neefherbertQuote dit bericht

quote:
Op 11 juli 2005 12:41 schreef attila_de_hun het volgende:
Ik blijf hun debuut toch het beste vinden (alhoewel SR geen een slechte cd heeft uitgebracht naar mijn mening).


Feit, alleen "Independent" kende helaas wat zwakkere momenten en heeft ze destijds flink wat populariteit gekost. Het titelnummers rost overigens nog steeds legio nieuwbakken thrash-klonen drastisch onderuit.

een band die ik mis en waarvan ik nog steeds trots mijn shirt aantrek naar thrashconcerten.


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Posted 06-08-2005 14:18 by heavymetal Wijzig reactieProfiel van heavymetalQuote dit bericht



Gave shit!


heavymetal
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Posted 06-08-2005 15:16 by Stefan Wijzig reactieProfiel van StefanQuote dit bericht

quote:
Op 11 juli 2005 12:37 schreef attila_de_hun het volgende:
ik heb volgens mij nog hun debuutoptreden in Nederland gezien. Dat was ergens in een klein cafeetje in Eindhoven (Niet dynamo)en het was er minstesn85 graden celcius. Oja, het optredenwas op 1 januari als ik het mij goed herinner.

maar het was wel super natuurlijk. (<-speciaal nog effe voor orion )


Ben ik ook geweest en dat was in Altstadt volgens mij! En ja, ik herinner mij die hitte daar ook nog erg goed!


Oh, sorry... Ik dacht dat je wél leuk was...


heavymetal
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Posted 07-08-2005 14:24 by heavymetal Wijzig reactieProfiel van heavymetalQuote dit bericht

Heeft iemand toevallig de videobootleg daarvan? Moet er zijn, kan hem alleen nergens vinden. Ik heb wel een bootleg van Petersburg 1989 en nog eentje uit Parijs.


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Posted 07-08-2005 14:28 by BARABAS Wijzig reactieProfiel van BARABASQuote dit bericht

Sterf sukkel.


Lijst van het spoor 1. "Afvlakken van emoties" Markeerde het begin van een grote stilistische verandering voor de Dood. De werkelijke geluid van het album is veel meer technisch volleerd en progressiever dan eerdere inspanningen van de Dood.


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Posted 08-08-2005 12:56 by Vork Wijzig reactieProfiel van VorkQuote dit bericht

Haha in de Altstadt! Godver, had daar toch wel bij willen zijn dan hehe..


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Former SACRED REICH Guitarist Talks About Early Years, Possibility Of Reunion - Oct. 28, 2006

XMFan conducted an interview in August 2006 with former SACRED REICH and current THE HUMAN CONDITION guitarist Wiley Arnett. A few excerpts from the chat follow:

XMFan: You joined SACRED REICH before the first album was released. Fill us in on what happened around that time.

Wiley: Back in 1985 there was quite a bit of activity going on at the local level in east Phoenix and south Scottsdale. We had FLOTSAM AND JETSAM, and ICON had been signed to Capitol Records a year or so before that. Some of that attention started to inspire local musicians, and the result was a lot of garage bands. A few of those started to break away and do more than just cover tunes. SACRED REICH was originally a cover band that did METALLICA, S.O.D. — pretty hardcore underground stuff — while others were doing stuff like DOKKEN and RATT. So REICH was one of the first bands I saw locally that covered hardcore bands. The original guitarist, Jeff Martinek, wound up joining the Navy about eight months before the band got signed, which created the perfect opportunity for me. Growing up I actually liked the guitar players from bands like RATT and DOKKEN, but I saw an opportunity and had to take it. I heard TESTAMENT and thought, "Wow, there are some talented players in the heavier genre." It didn't take me long to get authentic about playing harder and faster. We started having fun with some cover songs and soon began writing originals. There was a pretty cool local buzz, and the local bands got along well — often times they'd share rehearsal spaces to make the monthly rent easier. It was a really conducive atmosphere. Metal Blade Records was coming out to Arizona once or twice a month to see FLOTSAM AND JETSAM for a while, and consequently we were exposed to Metal Blade. We were warming up for FLOTSAM on their showcases. Then we started getting some attention of our own, and wound up getting our song "Ignorance", which was the first song we wrote after I joined the band, featured on the "Metal Massacre VIII" album from Metal Blade in 1986. From there it was a really great time.

XMFan: With the success of "Surf Nicaragua", you were able to tour the world for a few years in the late '80s.

Wiley: We were fortunate to have some good support in key places and were able to generate some momentum early on. We actually toured for nine years. After releasing "Ignorance" we did our first North American tour, which consisted of four shows. (Laughs) We rented a twelve-passenger van and a trailer, and started driving. Our first show was in Ohio, which was like a two-day drive, then a few stops in New York before ending all the way up in Toronto. We drove all the way home from Canada with no shows. It was pretty funny, but that was our first tour of North America. (Laughs) We were having a lot of fun at this point, and we agreed we were lucky to do it. After "Surf Nicaragua" we got quite a bit of positive attention — Europe in particular — where we were invited to do a few festivals while touring there. We really enjoyed playing to the larger crowds of twenty to thirty thousand people, and recorded a live import record called "Alive At The Dynamo" in Holland in '89. The second time we played the Dynamo Open Air Festival in '96 there were over fifty thousand metal fans in attendance. That was a huge honor, and you can imagine that it was a very big deal to us. In retrospect that was as good as it would get.

XMFan: What is the status of REICH these days?

Wiley: We are all close friends — we are brothers. We have all kind of taken up local careers that are kind of a step away from the band. We enjoyed the success we earned, but aspired to do a little better. As we got older our families depended on us to be heads of the households, and it was hard to be gone so much. We had kids, and people's priorities change. Lots of people tell me, "Hey, I heard you were in a band that put out albums and stuff!" But they have never heard of SACRED REICH. (Laughs) We were really successful on a certain level, and I like to describe it with an old saying: "The water is famous to the fish that swim in it." If you were not part of the metal scene, you won't have any idea what we're talking about. If you were part of it, you'll know it was something that was exciting and real and we were fortunate to be a part of it. You know? When the band disbanded it was more about being practical. We needed to do something that would pay off our houses and show more of a future, because we weren't doing the gold records. We might sell a couple hundred thousand. But we just didn't want to be forty years old playing "Surf Nicaragua". (Laughs)

XMFan: Any plans to get together and do a song here or there?

Wiley: We always say nothing is out of the question, but we have nothing planned as far as working together on new music. However, we are collaborating with Metal Blade Records on re-releasing "Ignorance" and "Surf". This will be a three-disc set that includes a DVD of some old school live performances. Phil [Rind] and I have been working closely just looking back, and it has been a blast to view old photos and put together the artwork.


The quality of our perceptions determines the quality of our judgement. Our judgement determines how we interact with the world. How we interact with the world changes the world. So, the quality of our perceptions changes the world.


Greycloak
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Posted 29-10-2006 18:17 by Greycloak (Speciaal lid) Wijzig reactieProfiel van GreycloakQuote dit bericht

Zolang ze de Ignorance cd en Surf Nicaragua ep maar opnieuw uitbrengen vind ik alles prima.



What a day, what a day If you can look it in the face and hold your vomit


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Posted 29-10-2006 20:18 by 0Tolerence Wijzig reactieProfiel van 0TolerenceQuote dit bericht

ja vet hoor, ignorance is echt een dikke thrash plaat. Hoop iig dat het gaat gebeuren


"This one is older than shit, heavier than time!"


neefherbert
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Posted 29-10-2006 21:01 by neefherbert Wijzig reactieProfiel van neefherbertQuote dit bericht

ook al heb ik alles van ze op vinyl en cd, die nieuwe editie moet ik hebben! Ze zijn en blijven een jeugdicoon voor me één van de beste live thrashbands.


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Posted 29-11-2006 20:57 by Mutilator (Moderator) Wijzig reactieProfiel van MutilatorQuote dit berichthttp://wp.livereviewer.com/

Yep het is erdoor:

Original SACRED REICH Lineup To Reunite For European Dates, WACKEN OPEN AIR - Nov. 29, 2006

The original lineup of the long-defunct Arizona thrashers SACRED REICH — Phil Rind (bass, vocals), Wiley Arnett (lead guitar), Jason Rainey (rhythm guitar) and Greg Hall (drums) — will reunite for several shows in Europe next summer, including an appearance at the Wacken Open Air festival on August 4, 2007. The group's schedule is shaping up as follows:

Jul. 29 - Underworld – London, UK
Aug. 01 - Hof Ter Loo – Antwerp, BEL
Aug. 02 - Dynamo Club – Eindhoven, NETH
Aug. 04 - Wacken Open Air – Wacken, GER

In August 2006, XMFan conducted an interview with Wiley Arnett about SACRED REICH's past and the possibility of a reunion. A few excerpts from the chat follow:

XMFan: You joined SACRED REICH before the first album was released. Fill us in on what happened around that time.

Wiley: Back in 1985 there was quite a bit of activity going on at the local level in east Phoenix and south Scottsdale. We had FLOTSAM AND JETSAM, and ICON had been signed to Capitol Records a year or so before that. Some of that attention started to inspire local musicians, and the result was a lot of garage bands. A few of those started to break away and do more than just cover tunes. SACRED REICH was originally a cover band that did METALLICA, S.O.D. — pretty hardcore underground stuff — while others were doing stuff like DOKKEN and RATT. So REICH was one of the first bands I saw locally that covered hardcore bands. The original guitarist, Jeff Martinek, wound up joining the Navy about eight months before the band got signed, which created the perfect opportunity for me. Growing up I actually liked the guitar players from bands like RATT and DOKKEN, but I saw an opportunity and had to take it. I heard TESTAMENT and thought, "Wow, there are some talented players in the heavier genre." It didn't take me long to get authentic about playing harder and faster. We started having fun with some cover songs and soon began writing originals. There was a pretty cool local buzz, and the local bands got along well — often times they'd share rehearsal spaces to make the monthly rent easier. It was a really conducive atmosphere. Metal Blade Records was coming out to Arizona once or twice a month to see FLOTSAM AND JETSAM for a while, and consequently we were exposed to Metal Blade. We were warming up for FLOTSAM on their showcases. Then we started getting some attention of our own, and wound up getting our song "Ignorance", which was the first song we wrote after I joined the band, featured on the "Metal Massacre VIII" album from Metal Blade in 1986. From there it was a really great time.

XMFan: With the success of "Surf Nicaragua", you were able to tour the world for a few years in the late '80s.

Wiley: We were fortunate to have some good support in key places and were able to generate some momentum early on. We actually toured for nine years. After releasing "Ignorance" we did our first North American tour, which consisted of four shows. (Laughs) We rented a twelve-passenger van and a trailer, and started driving. Our first show was in Ohio, which was like a two-day drive, then a few stops in New York before ending all the way up in Toronto. We drove all the way home from Canada with no shows. It was pretty funny, but that was our first tour of North America. (Laughs) We were having a lot of fun at this point, and we agreed we were lucky to do it. After "Surf Nicaragua" we got quite a bit of positive attention — Europe in particular — where we were invited to do a few festivals while touring there. We really enjoyed playing to the larger crowds of twenty to thirty thousand people, and recorded a live import record called "Alive At The Dynamo" in Holland in '89. The second time we played the Dynamo Open Air Festival in '96 there were over fifty thousand metal fans in attendance. That was a huge honor, and you can imagine that it was a very big deal to us. In retrospect that was as good as it would get.

XMFan: What is the status of REICH these days?

Wiley: We are all close friends — we are brothers. We have all kind of taken up local careers that are kind of a step away from the band. We enjoyed the success we earned, but aspired to do a little better. As we got older our families depended on us to be heads of the households, and it was hard to be gone so much. We had kids, and people's priorities change. Lots of people tell me, "Hey, I heard you were in a band that put out albums and stuff!" But they have never heard of SACRED REICH. (Laughs) We were really successful on a certain level, and I like to describe it with an old saying: "The water is famous to the fish that swim in it." If you were not part of the metal scene, you won't have any idea what we're talking about. If you were part of it, you'll know it was something that was exciting and real and we were fortunate to be a part of it. You know? When the band disbanded it was more about being practical. We needed to do something that would pay off our houses and show more of a future, because we weren't doing the gold records. We might sell a couple hundred thousand. But we just didn't want to be forty years old playing "Surf Nicaragua". (Laughs)

XMFan: Any plans to get together and do a song here or there?

Wiley: We always say nothing is out of the question, but we have nothing planned as far as working together on new music. However, we are collaborating with Metal Blade Records on re-releasing "Ignorance" and "Surf". This will be a three-disc set that includes a DVD of some old school live performances. Phil [Rind] and I have been working closely just looking back, and it has been a blast to view old photos and put together the artwork.


The quality of our perceptions determines the quality of our judgement. Our judgement determines how we interact with the world. How we interact with the world changes the world. So, the quality of our perceptions changes the world.


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Posted 29-11-2006 21:15 by ratje Wijzig reactieProfiel van ratjeQuote dit berichthttp://www.conradhultermans.com

Superrrrrrr



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iPim zei: Zeikhoofd... alsof ik me door een 18-jarig kneusje laat afzeiken. Ik kom je nog wel eens tegen op een concert van Jan Smit, kneus!


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vet!



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Posted 29-11-2006 23:05 by axegrinder Wijzig reactieProfiel van axegrinderQuote dit bericht

In 1996 stond Sacred Reich voor de derde keer op het podium van Dynamo open Air, 1989, 1990 en 1996.


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Op 29 november 2006 23:05 schreef axegrinder het volgende:
In 1996 stond Sacred Reich voor de derde keer op het podium van Dynamo open Air, 1989, 1990 en 1996.
1990 heeft weinig indruk gemaakt blijkbaar



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Op 7 augustus 2005 14:24 schreef heavymetal het volgende:
Heeft iemand toevallig de videobootleg daarvan? Moet er zijn, kan hem alleen nergens vinden. Ik heb wel een bootleg van Petersburg 1989 en nog eentje uit Parijs.


Die heb ik geloof ik wel ergens, maar of deze goed geluid heeft weet ik niet zeker. Die andere 2 klinken mij dan wel interessant in de oren..


The quality of our perceptions determines the quality of our judgement. Our judgement determines how we interact with the world. How we interact with the world changes the world. So, the quality of our perceptions changes the world.


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Posted 24-07-2007 14:07 by zakkenvuller Wijzig reactieProfiel van zakkenvullerQuote dit bericht

Voor de geinteresseerden:

Sacred Reich - Just Say Scared

Part 1:
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=VRcRDdARVMo

Part 2:
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=Pr_KdV5JlSU

Part 3:
Not yet, problems with filelenght.

Part 4:
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=hROxowvkCB0

Part 5:
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=j7FeDhehs50

Part 6:
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=gj5OviSs7kg

Other stuff from that DVD:

Sacred Reich - Ignorance Video And Interview

Part 1 (The Interview):
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=k0KxZaJMPvk

Part 2 (The Video):
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=cwpQCF-hjuA


Sacred Reich - Live At Dynamo Open Air 1989

Part 1:
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=1Jm-asgEfd4

Part 2:
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=zfgwAT1VguY

Part 3:
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=bVDY-E-zz2A

Part 4:
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=F5sw2y4Rr9U

Part 5:
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=1le1fDORAJc

Part 6:
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=dhDQEgJDPvA


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0Tolerence
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Posted 24-07-2007 18:11 by 0Tolerence Wijzig reactieProfiel van 0TolerenceQuote dit bericht

Cool, check die pit ook


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Posted 24-07-2007 18:19 by Eiermensch Wijzig reactieProfiel van EiermenschQuote dit berichthttp://www.last.fm/user/DieEierVonSatan/

Is die Dynamo Gig al uitverkocht?


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