After the first glorious years spawning bands like Accept, Scorpions and Trance, it didn t get easier for Heavy Metal from Germany , if it was traditionally interpreted. In the view of bands from the UK, the USA and the emerging speed / thrash local groups have been worse off, also in the press. Saints Anger from Speyer also had to struggle with these circumstances in the mid-eighties. But now, things are different today and German Metal of the Eighties not only became a style, but also offered a second chance to many acts from that period. Danger Metal was released in 1985 at Mausoleum Records (Belgium) and presents a band that is as traditional as it is unusual. The vocals by H.P. Piller often seem to be a melodic version of Udo Dirkschneider (Accept) and mark a unique feature within the style of the band. Their Heavy Metal is powerful and full of energy and spiced with striking choruses that made the band and their songs immortal among many metal fans. In addition, the band has been impressively produced considering the standards of these times. In collaboration with the band, which is still active today under the name Palace, a complete work show was created on two CDs in addition to the album. In addition to three songs for the never released second album, this expanded edition features early demo recordings and live tracks that live and breathe the spirit of the eighties. The booklet contains liner notes, rare photos and press articles.