UDO signs with Atomic Fire Records and plans ‘special album’ for its 70th anniversary

YOU DO, the german metal band led by original I ACCEPT leader Udo Dirkschneider, signed with Atomic fire registers.

You do Says: “As a globally active artist, it is very important for me to work with our respective partners in a confident and highly professional manner, as a large part of our career directly depends on their work. But a friendly and fun day-to-day everyday cooperation is just as important. YOU DO and DIRKSCHNEIDER groups, I have always been attentive to long-term partnerships, which really did not make the decision to change labels again after almost 20 years of cooperation with AFM files easy for me. I would like to thank in particular Jochen Richert and his team once again for the very confident and personal cooperation over the past two decades! But when the opportunity arose to take a new course with the new Atomic fire registers label and experimenting with new inspirations, I grabbed it right away and I never let go. The opportunity to work with an experienced and successful team at national and international level, made up of longtime friends and companions, was too tempting. The team and the concept as well as Atomic fire registers‘the professional installation all over the world has completely convinced me and I look with great optimism and happiness to the future and cooperation with Markus Wosgien, Markus Staiger and Florian Milz and their team. “

Atomic fire registers CEO Markus Wosgien says: “I was nine years old when I first listened to a real metal song, a live version of “Heart of metal” and it immediately hooked me. That day, heavy metal became the center of my life. I started spending all my pocket money on I ACCEPTbefore discovering other groups. I ACCEPT were the ultimate band and the definition of heavy metal – it just had to sound like that. i was working with YOU DO in support of their ‘Master Cutter’ album during my stay at AFM files, but I even had the chance to cooperate with I ACCEPT for four feature films after their reunion in 2009. To welcome Udo Dirkschneider at Atomic fire registers is kind of a chivalrous distinction for us. He is an icon and a former metalworker who still has a lot to say. We are happy to release an exceptional album around its 70th anniversary and look forward to all of these YOU DO hits that are yet to come. “

Dirkschneider, who turns 70 on April 6, 2022, plans to release a “special album” to coincide with her birthday.

YOU DOthe last album of, “Game over”, was released in October via AFM files.

Last year, YOU DO collaborated with Das Musikkorps der Bundeswehr, the military band of the German Federal Armed Forces, on an album titled “We are a”, which was published in July 2020 via AFM files/Soul music.

YOU DOthe current range of includes You dothe son and drummer of Sven Dirkschneider, bass player Hudrap tiles and guitarists Andrei Smirnov and Dee Dammers.

You do‘s DIRKSCHNEIDER & THE FORMER GANG project, in which he is joined by another former I ACCEPT members Pierre Baltes (bass) and Stefan Kaufmann (guitar), recently released a new single and a video, “Every heart burns”.

DIRKSCHNEIDER & THE FORMER GANG, which is completed by You dothe son of Sven Dirkschneider (drums), Manuela Bibert (voice) and Mathias Dieth (guitar), released his first single, “Where do angels fly”, in September 2020. A second single, “Face of a stranger”, followed in April. In August, all three songs were released as “Ascending” CD, 12 inch vinyl and download.

From left to right in the photo below (photo credit: Thomas “Zwini” Zwirner): Florian Milz (CEO of Atomic Fire Records), Udo Dirkschneider, Markus Wosgien (CEO of Atomic Fire Records), Frank Süpfle (ITM Agency).

Group photo credit: Tim Tronckoe

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