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Sa 25.1.2025




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Founded in the 80s, the band around Hunter founding members Steven Brandy (git) and drummer Paul „Mosh“ B. Herrmann has always been a symbol for riff-heavy and straightforward heavy rock’n’roll. Influenced by the NWOBHM era, Hunter still stands solid as a rock for catchy composed heavy rock with high entertainment and recognition value. With a new lineup, completed by Ringin’D. (git) and H. Van Noize (bass) and the powerful voice of frontman Steve Strater, Hunter impress once again with their forthcoming fourth longplayer „Rock’n’Roll V.I.P.“ and are ready to shake up the heavy rock scene in 2024.

The first single, „Who Needs The Devil (When You’re Already In Hell)“, has already made waves internationally eight weeks before the album’s release and is generating many positive reactions at home and abroad with its catchy groove and expressive chorus. With the second single „The Eagles Fly High“, there is now a stadium anthem on top. The song is dedicated to the Adler Mannheim ice hockey club and is intended to spur the team and their fans on to new heights in the future.

Initial album reviews reinforce the promising expectations for the new longplayer Rock’n’Roll V.I.P., which entered the Amazon Hot&New Releases pre-order charts at number 25 right at the start.

„…Hunter are still in force and begin a new stage with their vocalist Steve Strater!“
„…Check them out, there’s a lot of strong material here!”
(Rockposer Dot Com/Great Britain).

Live on stage, Hunter are a force and an experience, as they recently proved again at the last Headbangers Night III in Frankenthal.
Guitarist Steven Brandy describes it as follows: „We don’t just play a concert, our aim is for people to go home with a wow feeling…!“

Hunter 2024:
Steve Strater (voc)
Paul „Mosh” B. Herrmann (dr)
H. Van Noize (b)
Ringin` D. (git)
Steven Brandy (git)

2024 – Rock n ́Roll V.I.P. (Metalapolis/SPV)
2021 – The Return (Metalapolis/SPV)
1987 – Keep The Change (Rockport Records/EMI)
1985 – Sign Of The Hunter (Bellaphon)

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