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Rage is the name of several music acts:

1- Rage is a German heavy metal band, currently consisting of Peter "Peavy" Wagner (Bass, Vocals), Victor Smolski (Guitar, Keyboards) and André Hilgers (Drums).

The band started in 1984 under the name Avenger. After an album and EP, the band changed their name to Rage, releasing their debut album Reign of Fear.

The band have since released numerous albums and EPs, the most recent being the 2010 CD titled Strings To A… read more

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  • Avatar for InSearchOfTruth
    Peter "Peavy" Wagner is the most beautiful soul in metal. 💙
  • Avatar for JoseGomez33
    Apuesto a ganar is a bit lame
  • Avatar for screamin_jesus
    new ep is pretty good, back to a heavier sound
  • Avatar for Chrilu
    I am a fan since 1991 and I miss their "old style"...
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  • Avatar for mybzis
    We need your help guys to bring back old last fm:
  • Avatar for OmenPs4
    They have the best album this "Reign in fear"
  • Avatar for Mp3sponge
    Been a big RAGE fan since around 99' ... Reading the comments below is interesting . I've always liked "Welcome to the other side" , "Black in Mind" and "Ghosts" . ... but after listening to "21" ... really enjoying it. Nothing wrong with the new stuff :/
  • Avatar for rawcaressxx
    Hi Rageheads :)
  • Avatar for Tanmut
    Finally, but maybe too late. I really like Victor's guitar playing and admire his contribution to the history of Rage, but Rage's power and originality have been always coming from the line-up changes. And to be honest, Speak of the Dead was their last album with sparks of originality and passion, from this point onwards, they were recording the same album over and over again. I hope some young blood recovers something from Peavy's original creative touch, something that would make another "alternative" power metal album, true follow-up to the ones they were creating in 90's.

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