Release: 15 April 2022
J.B.O. release new album ‘Planet Pink’ out now on AFM Records.
Check out the ‘Einhorn’ video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hsv5R0r3QTQ
For over 30 years, J.B.O. are the specialists for vociferous escapism at the highest stage. Gold albums, frenetically acclaimed live appearances and top ten chart positions pave their way. Their new album, Planet Pink, makes no exception. Especially in a world we are currently living in on planet earth, with pandemics, insane dictators, ecological disasters, surging prices for beer. Mankind’s only chance is escapism, so let’s enter the orbital glider and head for the stars when Planet Pink, the upcoming album by iconic J.B.O., starts to make its rounds on April 15, 2022 via the metal powerhouse mothership AFM Records!
After previously-released singles, “Metal Was My First Love”, the album title track and just recently, “Nicht Doof” (“Not Stupid“), today the charismatic German-based collective released a new, official music video for “Einhorn” (in engl: “unicorn”).
For obvious reasons, Planet Pink was created under very special circumstances. Usually the band bosses Vito C. and Hannes „G.Laber“ Holzmann sit together on a couch and exchange ideas. This time they jammed through the phone. It worked out, because Vito and Hannes know each other better than identical twins.
Planet Pink was recorded with producer Christoph Beyerlein at Sound and Groove studio, Nuremberg. Beyerlein is part of the J.B.O. family since 1994 and the fifth band member in the studio. Supervised by the observing ears of Beyerlein, the rest of the crew sorted and refined a lot of demo recordings for only one reason: in the end there will be just one planet glow in the brassiest colours. “It’s Planet Pink”!
Pre-Order the new J.B.O. album HERE!
01. Planet Pink
02. Rockmusik Hat Mich Versaut
03. Metal Was My First Love
04. Immer Noch Am Leben
06. Expeditionen Ins Geistreich
08. Nicht Doof
10. Glaub Mir Lieber Nicht
11. Wir Kommen Alle In Die Hölle
Vito C. (Vocals/Guitar)
Hannes “G.Laber” Holzmann (Vocals/Guitar)
Ralph Bach (Bass)
Wolfram Kellner (Drums)