Album Title: 
Cry Wolf
Release Date: 
Friday, August 30, 2013
Review Type: 

Wolfpakk is a project from Michael Voss whom you should now not only from his work with German band Mad Max but also from the many albums he’s produced, and Mark Sweeney (ex Crystal Ball).

Their debut album was released two years ago, and now they are back with their second attempt ‘Cry Wolf’.  A whole score of artists has taken the mike, like Amanda Sommerville (I guess she needs no further explanation), Ralf Scheepers (Primal Fear), Dougie White (ex-Rainbow, Michael Schenker), Tony Mills (Shy, TNT) and the list goes on. Keyboards were played by two famous musicians, being Don Airey (Deep Purple) and Tony Carey (ex-Rainbow). The style of this album is in the same vein as their first, hard rock from a good quality, ranging from up-tempo songs to ballads (although I wasn’t really stunned by ‘Cold Winter’).  At times it tends to go towards the typical sound of Teutonic metal, but who cares.