The Devil Strikes Again

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The Devil Strikes Again
The Devil Strikes Again.jpg
Studio album by Rage
Released 10 June 2016 (2016-06-10)
Recorded at Megafon Studios in Burscheid, Germany and at Soundchaser Studios in Zandhoven, Belgium [1]
Genre Power metal, Heavy metal
Length 45:57 (1:13:10 with bonus tracks)
Label Nuclear Blast
Producer Marcos Rodriguez
Rage chronology
The Devil Strikes Again
Seasons Of The Black
(2017)Seasons Of The Black2017
Professional ratings
Review scores
The Metalistpositive[2]
Stormbringer4/5 stars[3]
Rock 'n' Reel Reviews4/5 stars[4]

The Devil Strikes Again is the 22nd studio album by German heavy metal band Rage released on 10 June 2016, through Nuclear Blast Records.[5] Videos are made for the singles "My Way" and "The Devil Strikes Again".[6]

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Wagner; all music composed by Wagner/Rodriguez.

1."The Devil Strikes Again"Wagner/Rodriguez4:37
2."My Way"Wagner/Rodriguez4:19
3."Back on Track"Wagner/Rodriguez4:19
4."The Final Curtain"Wagner/Rodriguez4:12
6."Ocean Full of Tears"Wagner/Rodriguez4:02
7."Deaf, Dumb and Blind"Wagner/Rodriguez4:14
8."Spirits of the Night"Wagner/Rodriguez4:54
9."Times of Darkness"Wagner/Rodriguez5:13
10."The Dark Side of the Sun"Wagner/Rodriguez5:46
Total length:45:57

Bonus Disc[edit]

1."Bring Me Down"Wagner/Rodriguez5:05
3."Into the Fire"Wagner/Rodriguez5:27
4."Slave to the Grind" (Skid Row cover) 3:27
5."Bravado" (Rush cover) 4:37
6."Open Fire" (Y&T cover) 4:42
Total length:27:13

Bonus Live Disc[edit]

1."Black In Mind" 
2."Sent by the Devil" 
3."End of all Days" 
4."Back in Time" 
6."My Way" 
7."Until I Die" 
8."Don't Fear the Winter" 
9."Higher than the Sky" 


Band members[edit]


  1. ^ "Nuclear Blast press info". Retrieved July 4, 2016.
  2. ^ "The Metalist review". Retrieved 4 July 2016.
  3. ^ "Stormbringer review". Retrieved July 4, 2016.
  4. ^ "Rock 'n' Reel review". Retrieved July 4, 2016.
  5. ^ "Nuclear Blast press info". Retrieved July 4, 2016.
  6. ^ "Loudwire premier". Retrieved July 4, 2016.