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  • CD (15 mars 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0007R8EH2
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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1. The Holocaust
2. Stand Up And Fight
3. Heavy Metal Maniac
4. Iron Dogs
5. Mistress Of Evil
6. Under Attack
7. Rising Of The Dead
8. Black Witch
9. Cry Of The Banshee
10. Bonus Tracks
11. World War Iii
12. Evil Sinner
13. Interview 1a
14. Interview 1b
15. Interview 2

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7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par PETERSEN le 1 janvier 2011
Format: CD
Exciter, c'est un véritable catalogue des pires clichés du heavy metal allant du look 200 % cuirs et clous jusqu'aux "paroles" annoncant l'Apocalypse avant la fin de la prochaine chanson ! mais Dieu que c'était bon, jouissif, rigolo ! Quand cet album est arrivé sur nos platines au début de l'année 1983 en import à des tarifs hallucinants, ce fut le choc thermique : un power-trio avec un batteur-chanteur "à la Triumph" qui joue des reprises de Judas Priest en 78 tours ! Fa-bu-leux ! Exciter est toujours resté en seconde division mais ce premier album est un classique absolu du heavy metal et un album annonciateur de la révolution Metallica qui allait survenir en mai 1983 avec la publication du mythique "Kill 'em All".
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One of Thrash's biggest influences. 29 janvier 2009
Par James Simpson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
1983 was the year that the Metal beast known as "Thrash" officialy broke into the world as a legitimate genre of music.
Influenced by Judas Priest,Accept,Motorhead,Diamond Head,Anvil,Venom,Savage and a good dose of Punk,this was Metal's most brutal sub-genre of the time.

One of the genre's forgotten architects was the Canadian based "Exciter",a band who experimented with speed and combined garage level production values for a rawer,meaner sound that most Metal available at the time.
There contribution is not often cited as much as Metallica,Exodus and Slayer,but they deserve more credit.

This was there debut,and as exemplified by the wonderfully,rebellious artwork,a real kick in the pants to the unsuspecting Metalhead.
The album is a non-stop attack on the senses,producing many classic tracks like "Stand Up and Fight","Iron Dogs","Cry of the banshee" and a wonderfully brutal,sexually driven maelstorm of a title track.

Drummer,Dan Beehler has a unique vocal delivery that sets him apart from his contemporaries,and still makes the band sound unique today.
While the sound is somewhat dated,the album still has enough youthful energy to keep it moving along at a good headbang.
Exciter will make an even better follow-up with "Violence and Force",but unfortunately did not progress,and today remain a footnote in Metal history.

Still,this is essential in any Thrash collection,and a worthy edition to the Top 500 Metal albums.

This re-mastered edition features two interviews with the band and legendary demo track,"World War 3",which is a real a s s kicker of a track and the good,"Evil Sinner".
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Wicked Metal!! 25 avril 2006
Par Jaime A. Sanchez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Exciter was one of the best metal bands ever!!! The vocals, guitars and drums are awesome! Recommend this to any speed metal fan!!!
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This is very good 80's straight up pounding metal 9 février 2007
Par mbfthrasher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I felt compelled to write a review of this when I saw just one person had done so (thanks for getting things started man). This music absolutely rates more than one review. If you are a fan of 80's Metal this is for you. You WILL like this music. The vocs are clean - powerful singing; just the drummer doing a very good job of belting it out. The drumming also is powerful as is the guitar and bass playing. They do not sound like they are trying to copy anyone. Exciter alternates between medium tempo metal to speed. They never go as fast as possible or as slow as possible (whatever that means). Also, they don't try too hard to impress only to come up short - they pound their music out with conviction. I was a fan when they were putting their albums out and was surprised that they got "left behind." It just occurred to me - if you are a fan of Raven or Saxon you WILL like Exciter - Raven and Saxon also seem to have been "left behind." Sadly, the music biz only had room for so many bands - Mettallica, Megadeth, Slayer, all bands that I love - but other bands tried and tried but just could not get noticed. Exciter is not power metal or wannabee metal. It is heavy metal that you simply will enjoy listening to - you may occasionally grit your teeth, jump up and down, and forget what it was you were just doing . . . and say to yourself "this is some damn good metal!" I don't give it 5 stars because it's not a classic. But it is very, very good metal.
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"heavy metal maniac!" 5 janvier 2013
Par Bloodbath_and_Beyond - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Exciter were one of the great early 80's metal bands that forged the style of what would become thrash and speed metal. Along with other fellow Canadian bands like Anvil and Razor they got lost in the shuffle for some reason. Their debut record Heavy Metal Maniac is a total classic of the genre. From it's opening piece with the howling wind and then burst of guitar/bass/drums, to the slowly atmospheric build up, we hear a truly crushing guitar sound that segue ways into Stand Up And Fight. A good fast paced rocker that leads way to the albums best tune; the title track. Another fast rocker, albeit with that slight touch of anthem feel with the chorus "heavy metal maniac/stand back heavy metal maniac/I'm a heavy metal maniac!". This is dated for sure, it's all 80s when the genre was about partying and real tough as nails attitude but it's hard to resist shouting those lyrics out even if you don't know what the verses are. Iron Dogs slows the pace a bit, the vocals have a nice bit of slight production on them to give a nice tough of atmosphere. Mistress Of Evil has another slow intro but morphs into a good pedestrian fast rocker.

Under Attack brings on the double bass that would enthrall listeners in 1982-1983. The remaining tracks clearly illustrate the horror influence that was so prevalent in 80s metal. Staring with Rising Of The Dead and used to great effect with Black Witch. Most of the album doesn't shift tones too much but Black Witch, while taking the more slower rock approach of Iron Dogs has a much bigger effect. It's all atmosphere here. The album bursts into one more ball of energy with Cry Of The Banshee to top off a early genre nugget. Exciter weren't the best musicians, their brand of early speed metal doesn't offer lots of speed in the rhythm section (via double bass) or many time changes or other formula's that would make metal so creative in a year or two away from this record's release but the speed was there, and the other key element here is the rawness. Most fans of 80s metal love the the under produced aspect that many bands used. Mainly because of low budgets and indie record labels. But this of course turned out to be the ultimate strength that made metal at the time the ultimate underground form of music for disgruntled youth or kids that wanted to have a good time in general. There was no way radio would touch any of this stuff. Exciter went onto to make some okay albums and even venture off into the power metal genre but this is considered their best work by far. This is a classic of a by gone era of loose and rough heavy rock. And the cover is pretty awesome too, the pale leather studded arm cutting the amp with the bands name and title written on as if it were smeared in blood. How 80's. Masterful.
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My favorite album of '83 22 décembre 2012
Par PeaceSells215 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Show No Mercy, Kill 'Em All, you think of these albums when you hear thrash metal. You think of the early days in which speed was the name of the game before thrash evolved and became the juggernaught it was. Now looking back on that new and exciting time in the world of metal one can easily forget the more classic efforts for the more commercially acceptable ones. Heavy Metal Maniac, the debut album from our friends Exciter from Canada. The album calmly starts off with a wind gust on the track "Holocaust" which in turn leads into the track "Stand Up and Fight". This track is obviously influenced by punk and by the New Wave of British Heavy Metal(NWOBHM). I can hear a lot of Motorhead influence in this band. The title track is a decent speed metal song, its not my favorite off the album but it isn't the worst. "Iron Dogs" another track with a large degree of NWOBHM influence from the melodic riffing and drum patters to the lyrics, its a good track. "Mistress of Evil" starts off a lot like Voivoid's "Blower" well the other way around since this album came first but still the drum intro for both songs are the EXACT SAME. This track is an all out trasher with some of the best riffage and drumming on the whole album. Not to mention, this song has some of the best descriptive lyrics on the whole album as well. "Under Attack" another Motorhead influenced song, can you say Overkill? Any way, the double bass is superb on the intro, and the solo is my personal favorite off the whole album. "Rising of the Dead" Think of a speed metal version of a Slayer song to a degree, not really heavy but full of speed and some pretty dark lyrics for this band. "Black Witch" a good acoustic intro with ballad style vocals to start off and then boom, heavy guitars! And not to mention another great solo to compliment this great track. "Cry of the Banshee" starts off like a bomb with the drums yet again and then it sprints out the gate as a speed/thrasher with yet again another impressive solo, it might be the longest off the whole album. From the beginning to the high pitched end this is my favorite album of 1983. The speed, intensity, and solos rival Metallica's Kill 'Em All. Don't believe me? Listen to the album, break it down piece by piece, and you'll see why you should buy this album.
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