Style: Death/Thrash Metal
Release date: March 28th 2008

Unsere deutsche Freunde sind zurück nach 10 Jahre. You can call this their comeback. And a good comeback it is. As you can see from the title, the whole album is in German language, but that doesn't bother, it gives the album something extra. In the past Incubator played just death/thrash, but on this record they combine a lot more styles.

In the first track "Narzist" you hear immediately hardcore influences. "Stapellauf" is a slow one which sounds like a Rammstein/Oomph song. The female vocals in the track make it something special. "F**ck Mich" is a groovy swinging song with very tight drumming. "Der Weg" is a very fast thrash attack, this is my favourite. As on the whole album the drumming is again marvellous and Chris Mummelthey's agressive fast singing makes it complete.

I have never understood why bands give a title to an instumental track, thats why I'm very pleased that Incubator just gives their 8th track the name "Instrumentalstück". Talking about titles, "Für Immer" is not the song from Doro Pesche's Warlock. It is a heavy track with lyrics that speak for themselves.

Although everything is in German, I hope that people who dislike bands singing in their own language, put aside their prejudice and give it a change.

01. Narzist
02. Frei
03. S
04. Stapellauf
05. F**k Mich
06. Der Weg
07. Danke
08. Instrumentalstück
09. Schön
10. Für Immer
11. Der Jüngste Tag
Label: Massacre Records
Distribution: Target (Denmark)
Provided by: Brooke-Lynn Promotion
Artwork rating: 56/100
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: March 4th 2008