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Traditional Metal still exists, no ifs no buts !

With their seventh studio release „The 7th Steel“ the guys from Speyer are continuing their trademark sound. Palace stands for raw, honest and down to earth metal.

Palace emerged in 1990 from the remainings of „Saints Anger“ (the album „Danger Metal“ was released in 1985 at Mausoleum).
After countless concerts, their first self-produced CD „Toy of Rage“ was released in 1996. Which was followed three years later
by „Unsolved Mysteries“. Both releases were supported by massive live presence.

"Machine Evolution“ (2003) earns in Germany as in foreign countries almost exclusively positive results.

With the album „Black Sun“, which was released in March 2006 by STF-Records, Palace are progressing to new musical levels:
catchy hooklines and powerful riffs.

„Divine Intervention“ – released in April 2008 by STF-Records – continues the musical journey of it`s predecessors carries on the
tradition of metal with teutonic roots. So once again the concert halls are under siege together with acts like

Alvin Lee, Bonfire, Crematory, DORO, Grave Digger, Holy Moses, Powerwolf, ROSS THE BOSS (ex- Manowar), Sabaton, Uli Jon Roth (ex-Scorpions) oder U.D.O.

In 2011 the album „Dreamevilizer“ is released via Firefield Records. This album includes the unforeseen hit Dark Prophecies and
powerful songs like
Between Heaven and Hell and Dreamevilizer witch found a permanent place in the live setlist.

In April 2012 a European Tour with Primal Fear and Brainstorm followed, whereby with 19 concerts through 10 countries the
awareness level also increased abroad.

In September 2014 the album „The 7th Steel“ is released via Massacre Records, which was recorded at the Gerassi Park Studio
by Gerhard „Gerassi“ Magin (Crematory, Agathodaimon, Mystic Circle). Palace and Magin produced an album which focuses
all the strengths. Hymns like ‘Iron Horde’, 'Bloodshed of Gods' or 'Teutonic Hearts ' just deliver one message:
Teutonic Metal never dies!

This was underlined clearly during a European tour in February 2015 with LORDI.

The band approaches live the crowd with an energy that can grip and enthuse.



Palace are:

Jason Mathias - Guitar, Tom Mayer - Bass, Harry Reiter - Drums, HP Piller - Vocals & Guitar