Warlock Triumph and Agony DORO Netherlands 12" VINYL LP ALBUM


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Collector Notes:

This album includes the original custom inner sleeve with album details, complete lyrics of all songs by and photos of Doro with the Warlock band

 Note: the Vertigo Swirl logo at 6'0 clock on the record's label is black/blue other issues of this record have a black/white swirl logo  

Music Genre:

80s Teutonic Heavy Metal 

Album Production Information:

The album: "Triumph and Agony" was produced by: Joey Balin
Recorded at the Powerstation, New York.
Sound engineers: Steve Rinkoff, Larry Alexander, Roy Hendrickson,
Photography by Jochen Harder / R. Harms

Record Label Information:

Vertigo 832 804  

Media Format:

12" Vinyl Full-Length Stereo Long-Play  Gramophone Record
Album weight: 230 gram  

Year & Country:

1987 Made in Holland  
Track Listing of: "Triumph and Agony"

The Song/tracks on "Warlock Triumph and Agony" are:

    Side One:
  • All We Are
  • Three Minute Warning
  • I Rule the Ruins
  • Kiss of Death
  • Make Time for Love
    Side Two:
  • East meets West
  • Touch of Evil
  • Metal Tango
  • Cold, Cold World
  • Fur Immer
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Warlock: The Iconic Heavy Metal Band that Blended Intensity and Catchiness with Charismatic Frontwoman Doro Pesch

WARLOCK Band Description:

Warlock was a heavy metal band formed in Düsseldorf, Germany, in 1982 by vocalist Doro Pesch and guitarist Rudy Graf. The band's lineup also included Peter Szigeti on guitar, Frank Rittel on bass, and Michael Eurich on drums. Warlock gained international recognition for their unique blend of heavy metal and hard rock, and Doro Pesch's powerful and charismatic stage presence .

The band's debut album, Burning the Witches, was released in 1984 and received critical acclaim for its energetic and aggressive sound. The album featured the hit single "Burning the Witches," which became a fan favorite and is still played at metal shows around the world. The album's success allowed Warlock to tour extensively throughout Europe and North America, sharing the stage with bands like Judas Priest, Dio, and W.A.S.P.

In 1985, Warlock released their second album, Hellbound, which continued their successful streak with a collection of high-energy tracks, including the title track "Hellbound" and the ballad "Catch My Heart." The album's success led to even more touring, and the band continued to build a loyal fan base in both Europe and North America.

Warlock's third album, True as Steel, was released in 1986 and featured a more polished and melodic sound. The album spawned several successful singles, including "Fight for Rock" and "Love in the Danger Zone." The band's popularity continued to grow, and they headlined their own tours across Europe and North America.

Despite their success, Warlock's career was cut short in 1987 when guitarist Rudy Graf and bassist Frank Rittel left the band. The remaining members continued under the name Doro, and Doro Pesch went on to achieve success as a solo artist. However, Warlock's legacy lives on, and they remain a beloved band in the heavy metal community.

One of the defining features of Warlock's sound was Doro Pesch's powerful and dynamic vocals. Her ability to sing both aggressive and melodic passages gave Warlock a unique sound that set them apart from other bands in the genre. Pesch's stage presence was also a major factor in Warlock's success, as she commanded the attention of audiences with her fierce energy and charisma.

Another defining feature of Warlock's sound was their combination of heavy metal and hard rock influences. The band's music blended the intensity and aggression of metal with the melodic sensibilities of rock, creating a sound that was both powerful and catchy. This approach helped Warlock appeal to a wide range of fans, from die-hard metalheads to casual rock listeners.

Warlock's influence can be heard in the music of many bands that followed in their footsteps. Their fusion of metal and rock has become a staple of the genre, and Doro Pesch's vocal style has inspired countless female metal vocalists. Warlock's impact on the heavy metal community is undeniable, and they remain a beloved band for fans of the genre.