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Formed in the beginning of 1995 in Sala Sweden by guitarist John Allan. In 1998 Steel Attack recorded their first demo-tape and sent it to different labels in Europe and signed a record deal with AFM Records in June 1998 and the debut album "where mankind fails" was recorded in Studio Underground, co-produced by Pelle Saether and released in 1999. The press agreed the album was maybe not a masterpiece, but a warning for what to come. The… read more

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  • The guitarist follows me on instagram :D
  • I'd have to say that its Fall Into Madness, but Where Mankind Fails is a close second. then again, I haven't heard Predator of the Empire, so I can't judge that one.
  • "Where mankind fails" is their best album
  • I love the first two albums, and I'm not so fond of their newer ones. that's not to say that they're bad, simply that they aren't quite to my taste. they changed stylistically, not quality wise and I just liked the older style better.
  • i will say there first two were the best but enslasved is really good
  • Whatever you say about their newer albums you have to admit that Ronny Hemlin is doing one hell of a performance on vocals. He is easily one of the best vocalists of the genre.
  • Steel Attack original is back and hope to see you at www.rockweekend.se \m/ Steel Attack
  • old Steel Attack is back old steel is the best:D
  • the old albums are great, the new stuff is crap
  • Where Mankind Fails is power metal done right. No keyboards anywhere (well, the beginning of the instrumental), and riffs and solos up the ass.

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