Wilde Jungs

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Country Germany

Style Hard Rock/Deutschrock

Profile The Wilde Jungs were founded in 2003. Initially, the band still covert songs by various other German bands like Megahertz or Böhse Onkelz, but it worked from the beginning also on their own songs. In 2004 the first demo CD was produced, followed by numerous concerts followed in clubs. Through these concerts some organizers were aware of the band and she was booked as the opening act for, among other things, the group Megadeth.

In 2005, the band landed a recording contract with the label Asphalt Records (Bandworm) on which the debut album “Multikriminell” was produced and published in 2006. Within weeks the album peaked at # 2 various internet radio stations. In the same year, large open-air festivals with up to 8,000 concert-goers were first played, and the rock magazine EMP even an article dedicated to the band. In 2008, the second album was produced “Up supervisors blood”, which again received good reviews and was a commercial success.

This was followed in 2008 and 2009, an extensive tour, among others, were all great German rock festivals such as the G.O.N.D. or the E & L recorded rock night and the band was booked as the opening act of the band Frei.Wild on their successful “Close to the Wind” tour. In January 2011, the Wilder boys were introduced as new band of the record label “rookies and Kings”. In March 2011, then released the album “From the beginning until now.” It contains in addition to four brand new and unreleased songs re-recorded by some of the most popular as well as several older, previously unpublished pieces. It debuted at number 20 of the official Media Control Charts newcomers.

DISCOGRAPHYdiscography

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– Multikriminell [2006]
– Bis aufs Blut [2008]
– Von Anfang Bis Jetzt [2011]
– Hasspirin [2013]

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