3 CD box (release 21.07.2017). All 3 albums are also available as a single CD
WITH HEAD, HEART AND SOUL: THIS TIME GIVE YOU HAUDEGEN EVERYTHING!
Blood, sweat and tears all belong to the body and are connected with each other. When translated to the anatomy of warhorses, blood is the head, sweat for the heart, and tears for the soul. And because one thing does not work without the other, warriors now bring out three albums with blood, sweat and tears. The motto of ‘Blood, Sweat and Tears’ is: Warriors give you everything! says Hagen Stoll and adds: We not only give everything but we have given everything for it. This time, we’ve put all the facets that we carry into our art.
Warriors know how to squeeze the complexity of life onto three different plates. We are not always in the same mood, but like every person in this world, depending on the situation, they have different emotional states, explains Sven Gillert, sometimes the body is sweating, sometimes it is bleeding, sometimes it is crying. Blood, sweat and tears are an important album not only musical for warriors. We produced this triple album completely independently of each other. This is a kind of liberation. We never had the opportunity to show all our artistic and musical nuances at once, explains Hagen.
Warriors express their anger with the Blood Plate. So they tie in with their very first EP and return to their roots. On blood, the two present loud and also a little stubborn. It’s the album that warriors have always wanted to do, but that was denied them for a long time. Who the angry warrior on ‘blood’ is too loud, who can hear ‘sweat’ or ‘tears’ there is something for everyone, Sven points out and points to the other two records.
Sweat is the typical Haudegen album of the past years: here Hagen and Sven do no experiments. They just do their thing, singing hymns about friendship and life. When it comes down to them, the album is the legitimate successor to Lichtblick. Hagen and Sven agree: “To like ‘sweat’, you do not even have to be a fanatics fan!
The album Tears is the calm, melancholy side of Haudegen. Hagen and Sven let their tears run free. They’re rough guys, but they’re also friends who can tell touching ballads with simple words