"Kopfschuss" is the title of the successor of "Wer bist Du" and entertains with catchy guitar riffs, synthesizer sections and of course the distinctive voice of Alexx W.
In 1998 already Megaherz already dared to tackle what Edguy was capable of in 2014: They covered Falco's decadent song "Rock me Amadeus". In accordance with the title "Kopfschuss", the Clown from the debut album holds a gun in his hands. But also the 13 own can keep up with the top 3 of the NDH scene.
Tracklist - Kopfschuss
- 3.HERZ AUS STEIN
- 10.MEINE SÜNDE
- 13.ROCK ME AMADEUS
EMP Editorial Team (18.11.2005)
Megaherz from Munich used to play straight-edge hardrock with German lyrics until one day the Germans found out that their passion tends towards Rammstein-like music. Still the Bavarians can't deny their hard rock origin since you find some traces which lead into that direction on "Kopfschuss". Combined with fat beats, occasional rap pieces and modern elements like sampling, pitch-shifing and an extremely groove-oriented rhythm section form the sound of Megaherz which is neither fish nor meat and will certainly not convince the reviewer as easy as that. Megaherz should decide to go one of the two ways not both at a time since this combination makes the whole thing very wobbly. More songs like "Jordan" would make a whole lot of things easier for the quintet.