WARHEAD'S "The Day After" is their 2nd and final vinyl record. It was produced by Jos Kloek and Patrick Cogneaux was respomsinle for the audio studio recording.
Belgian Heavy Metal band Warhead released their second studio album, "The Day After," in 1986. The album featured seven tracks that showcased the band's talent for creating heavy, powerful music.
Their debut album, "Speedway," was released in 1984 and received critical acclaim in the Belgian Heavy Metal scene. The success of their debut album paved the way for the release of their second album, "The Day After."
"The Day After" was a significant album for Warhead and Belgian Heavy Metal. The album marked a shift in the band's sound towards a more refined and polished sound. The album's production was improved, which allowed the band to showcase their musical prowess. The album also featured more complex song structures, which demonstrated the band's growth as musicians.
The album's title track, "The Day After", was inspired by the fear of a nuclear war during the Cold War era. The song presents a bleak and haunting portrayal of a post-apocalyptic world. Other tracks on the album explored themes of love, loss, and the struggles of the working class.
"The Day After" received positive reviews from both fans and critics. The album's improved production and songwriting were praised, and the band was hailed as one of the most talented Heavy Metal bands in Belgium. The album was also a commercial success, selling over 10,000 copies in Belgium alone.
Heavy Metal from Belgium
Mausoleum Records - SKULL 83109
Record Format: 12" Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 230 gram
Jos "Speed Rat" Kloek - Producer
Jos Kloek , a music producer and sound engineer from Belgium has produced and engineer various Heavy Metal bands in the 1980's. Bands he has worked with include: Crossfire, Killer, Dark Wizard, Speedway, Fisc, Axe Victims, E.F. Band, Together, Warhead, KAT, FN Guns.
Patrick Cogneaux - Sound Engineer
Patrick Cogneaux a sound engineer associated with "Shiva Studio, Brussels, Belgium" who has worked on albums for "FN Guns", Ostrogoth, Steelover, TSA, Wildfire, Warhead and many others.
Recorded at: Shiva Studios, Brussels, 1985
Eric Philippe - Album artwork
Eric Philippe is a well known album cover designer, creating artwork for the album covers for bands like: Ostrogoth , Dark Wizard, E.F. Band, FN Guns, Killer and many others.
Jan Caes - Photographer
"Patrick Van Londerzele" has been singing and playing in the bands: "Crossfire", and "Warhead" during the 1980's. He has also used the pseudonym: "The Beast"
"Didier Capelle" has used different aliases while playing and recording for the bands: "Warhead" and "Cyclone". These aliases have been: "Wall Of Sound", "Didier Capelle", "D. Kapelle", Didier "Wall Of Sound", "Didier C.".
Note: The images on this page are photos of the actual album. Slight differences in color may exist due to the use of the camera's flash. Images can be zoomed in/out ( eg pinch with your fingers on a tablet or smartphone )