How he manages to combine them all is a riddle to me, but between his work as a producer and with his bands Casanova/Demon Drive, and Wolfpakk, Michael Voss has found the time to also write an record songs for a next Mad Max album. The career of this band spans some thirty years, although with lots of splits stops and restarts, but this does not show in this brand new album.
And a rather good album it has become as well. No fills, just thrills. There’s not one single ballad on this album, which focuses more on the hard rocking side of Mad Max. This eleventh album by Mad Max sees the original band members reunite again. A great album for lovers of good old style hard rock, but with a crisp and modern production.