GRAVESTONE's swan song, 'Creating a Monster,' marks the final chapter of this German Heavy Metal band's journey. Produced by Gravestone and Gama, with renowned Sound Engineer Tom Krüger at the helm, this LP showcases their farewell to the metal scene. Recorded at Spygel Studios, Kircheim/Teck, the album's artwork, designed by Martin Appoldt, adds a visual dimension to their parting musical statement.


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Music Genre:

German Heavy Metal 

Album Production information:

The album: "GRAVESTONE - Creating a Monster" was produced by: Gravestone and Gama

Sound/Recording Engineer(s): Tom Krüger

Tom Krüger a German Producer, Sound and Mixing Engineer and musician, has worked on two dozen of German Heavy Metal albums during the 1980s.

This album was recorded at: Spygel Studios, Kircheim/Teck

Album cover design: Martin Appoldt

Record Label Information:

JUST IN 10015 JU 300

Media Format:

12" LP Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 230 gram  

Year & Country:

1988 Made in France
Personnel/Band Members and Musicians on: GRAVESTONE - Creating a Monster
    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Thomas Sabisch - Bass
  • Thomas Imbacher - Bass
  • Berti Majdan - Vocals
  • "Doc" Reinelt - Guitars
  • Jurgen Metko - Guitars
Complete Track-listing of the album "GRAVESTONE - Creating a Monster"

The detailed tracklist of this record "GRAVESTONE - Creating a Monster" is:

    Track-listing Side One:
  1. Master Of The Earth
  2. Right To Rock
  3. You Can't Take It With You
  4. Creating A Monster
  5. The End Of Our Love
    Track-listing Side Two:
  1. The End Of Our Love
  2. Danger
  3. Dirty City
  4. Illusions
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