Germany’s Squealer has been around for two decades
now and released two tapes, one EP and five full-length albums prior
to “Confrontation Street”. After the 2002 release “Under the Cross”
tragedy struck when band leader and singer Andy “Henner” Allendörfer
was killed in a car crash.
The rest of the band has now teamed up with former
Grip Inc. Singer Gus Chambers and changed their name to Squealer A.
D. Well I never really liked the Grip Inc. albums and I certainly
don’t like this album, it sounds just like a mix of Grip Inc.
Machine Head, Sepultura and Pantera, what the fuck has happened to
the great Power Metal that Squealer used to play???
I have only two positive things to say about this
album: The production is awesome and now I never have to listen to
Recommended tracks: Hell no.