The newly reformed quartet VOICE was established in 1995, and self-produced its debut "Prediction" in
1996, which was then re-released on AFM Records in 1998.
"Trapped In Anguish" followed a year later, and was described as sophisticated, diverse and emotional highclass
(bombast power) metal, which gained the band new fans all around Europe.
They shared the stage with bands like Edguy, Rage, Grave Digger, U.D.O., Sinner, Threshold, Arena and
many more, both at festivals as well as support bands in the past.
During this time, they also made new friends, which led to Stefan Schwarzmann (Pänzer / Accept /
Helloween / U.D.O.) playing the drums on the album "Golden Signs" (2001), which is considered as the
band's most celebrated release by fans and the press alike.
"Soulhunter", which was described as "melodic bombast metal that's perfectly composed, while also being
slightly theatric without being exaggerated" by the press, was released in 2003 and happened to become the
last release of the band for a while.
The band itself never split up, they just went on hiatus, and the band members focused on new paths and
projects without losing track of each other.
More than a decade should pass, but main composer Thommy Neuhierl kept on composing songs, and that
is why the band was able to choose from a plethora of finished and unfinished songs for the new album "The
Joining the original band members Oliver Glas (vocals), Sören Glas (bass) and Thommy Neuhierl (guitar) is
the technically versatile drummer Stephan "Stocki" Stockburger, who added his own vibe to the new songs.