LIVE IN BRISBANE (2021)
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It’s no secret that Lagerstein likes to party, but just how long can they make the party times last? That’s the question the band sought to answer with their third full-length album release, “25/7”, a bold and bright concept album in which our party pirates steal an extra hour from the sun to party for 25 hours a day.
Recorded, mixed and mastered at Studio Fredman in Sweden in the middle of a lengthy European tour, “25/7” represents a true evolution of Lagerstein’s core pirate metal offering, showcasing a more refined and heavier sound throughout the 13-track epic.
The release of the hotly anticipated album coincided with Lagerstein’s career-defining live appearances at Sabaton Open Air and Wacken Open Air in 2019, and shortly afterwards won the band a People’s Choice Award at the 2020 Gold Coast Music Awards.
aLL FOR RUM & RUM FOR ALL (2016)
For their sophomore release, Lagerstein undertook the ambitious task of creating a captivating concept album bolstered by richly enhanced symphonic elements, while maintaining the memorable rock anthems they had become known for.
“All For Rum & Rum For All” sent Lagerstein skyrocketing to new heights with the introduction of a dynamic new frontman in Captain Greggargh and stand-out album single Drink The Rum, which has since garnered almost 1.5 million streams on Spotify.
Recorded and mixed at Studio Anders Debeerz, and mastered at LSD Studios once again, the swashbuckling concept album takes the listener on a journey to find the elusive Fountain of Rum. “All For Rum & Rum For All” catapulted Lagerstein onto the global stage with an international tour in 2016-2017 of 80 shows across 20 countries.
Drink ‘TIL WE DIE (2012)
The phrase “Drink ‘Til We Die” has now become synonymous with Lagerstein and their immersive pirate metal way of life. The debut full-length album release by Lagerstein established the band as the party pirates they are now globally regarded to be.
A colourful anthology of drinking songs from the early years of the band, “Drink ‘Til We Die” was recorded and mixed at Studio Anders Debeerz and mastered at LSD Studios. With its unique feature of skits in between tracks, the album set the tone for the uplifting pirate music to come, and many songs remain fan favourites today, including Dreaded Skies and the rousing title track.