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The beginnings of Grave Digger date back to 1980. After various appearances at small festivals, the band, comprising Chris Boltendahl, Peter Masson, Willi Lackmann and Albert Eckardt, recorded a song for the compilation album “Rock from Hell” in 1983. A year later, Grave Digger released their debut album “Heavy Metal Breakdown”.

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  • Audio CD (1 July 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition, Extra tracks
  • Label: Napalm Records
  • ASIN: B001KKRD7C
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 311,255 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Gallows Pole
2. Ballad Of A Hangman
3. Hell Of Disillusion
4. Sorrow Of The Dead
5. Grave Of The Addicted
6. Lonely The Innocence Dies
7. Into The War
8. Shadow Of Your Soul
9. Funeral For A Fallen Angel
10. Stormrider
11. Pray
12. Jailbreak

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1. Gallows Pole
2. Ballad Of A Hangman
3. Hell Of Disillusion
4. Sorrow Of The Dead
5. Grave Of The Addicted
6. Lonely The Innocence Dies
7. Into The War
8. Shadow Of Your Soul
9. Funeral For A Fallen Angel
10. Stormrider
11. Pray
12. Jailbreak

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By stephen wallis on 23 Aug. 2014
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
In An Unreliable World, You Can Always Rely On Grave Digger 3 April 2009
By Stanley Runk - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Writing a Grave Digger review is fairly easy. Since these guys have altered their sound very little over the years, we all know what to expect. So when it comes to a new Grave Digger album, the question is pretty much, did the Grave Digger formula result in good, mediocre or blah songs this time around.
Well, with Ballads Of A Hangman fans shouldn't be disappointed. There are some great metal tunes to be found here, the title track and Pray being just two examples. Filler seems to be at a minimum. To my ears, only one or two songs didn't do too much for me. There doesn't seem to be an overall concept to this album like most of their past ones, but maybe there is one and it just slipped me by. Death and dying seem to play a big part though. There's a cover of Motorhead's Overkill(on the digipak version anyhow), while decent, it's easy to see why it's a bonus track. There's an extended version of Pray, but the extension is only a few seconds more and seems a bit unnecessary. My version doesn't have the cover of Jailbreak, and I would certainly have liked to hear that.
Basically, it's Grave Digger we're talking about here-plain and simple. If you're a fan, you're gonna get this and will probably like it. If you're not a fan, this isn't gonna convert you, and you're probably not reading this review anyway.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
these "ballads" are awesome 22 Nov. 2009
By king beagley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Grave Digger have been around since 1984, but I first heard of them with their "Excalibur" album that they released on Nuclear Blast. the album I am reviewing now is "Ballads of a Hangman" on Napalm. Chris Boltendahl is a very competent singer. it is too bad that Manni Schmidt left after the recording of this album, and I hope that somebody gets the guitarist position. there is a keyboardist in this band, but I hear more guitar than I do the keyboard. one minor complaint is I didn't get the bonus track of "Jailbreak" which is originally by Thin Lizzy, but then again, I got the regular jewel box instead of the digipak. I would have loved to hear the cover of that song. Thilo Hermann (Running Wild guitarist) guest stars on this album. I have to say that the solos are killer. if you like power metal, you have to check this album out. an interesting side note on this album. it does have a ballad on it. no. 6 "Lonely the Innocence Dies", and it is executed fairly well.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Grave Digger REALLY back this time! 28 Jan. 2009
By David Falzano - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Well it does usually happen to most bands who have been around for a while...they put out great albums for years & then slide whether it be for 1 album or a few, & Grave Digger was somewhat on that path but w/ this latest piece of power metal mastery the boys are back on the metal throne! The only thing keeping me from giving this CD 5 stars is that the CD sounds like Grave Digger that WE FANS know & love..nothing new...just back to what we expect! I suppose I'd give it 4 & 1/2 stars (if it was allowed) for the addition of female vocals (Veronica Freeman of Benedictum) on the track "Lonely the Innocence Dies" because that's really the only new/different thing that the band has done on this CD. Bottom line, BEST Grave Digger album since 'Rheingold'...hands down!

**This version of the CD is a digipak & has the bonus track cover song "Jailbreak" which was originally done by Thin Lizzy.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Grave Digger REALLY back this time! 28 Jan. 2009
By David Falzano - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Well it does usually happen to most bands who have been around for a while...they put out great albums for years & then slide whether it be for 1 album or a few, & Grave Digger was somewhat on that path but w/ this latest piece of power metal mastery the boys are back on the metal throne! The only thing keeping me from giving this CD 5 stars is that the CD sounds like Grave Digger that WE FANS know & love..nothing new...just back to what we expect! I suppose I'd give it 4 & 1/2 stars (if it was allowed) for the addition of female vocals (Veronica Freeman of Benedictum) on the track "Lonely the Innocence Dies" because that's really the only new/different thing that the band has done on this CD. Bottom line, BEST Grave Digger album since 'Rheingold'...hands down!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Classic Grave Digger 31 Dec. 2009
By FelixtheMetalcat - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The best thing they've released since Rheingold, this is classic Grave Digger here. With 2 killer guitarists on board this time around, I like the songwriting & song structures better than on the last few albums. A few more speedy tunes, blazing guitar solos abound. We even get a special guest visit from Veronica Freeman of Benedictum on the only "slow" song, a nice, very tastefully done duet. Killer highlight tracks would be Hell of Disillusion, The Shadow of Your Soul & Sorrow of the Dead.
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