The most important German Wave-Punk-band with a repress of their classic second album, originally released on Storm Records in 1991 and after more than a decade now again available on vinyl. After the debut An den Ufern (1988), Priesthill created the really own, unique sound of Fliehende Stürme and strongly remindes me on their previous Deutschpunk-band Chaos Z. Musically much harder and more punk than today’s releases of the band, nine wonderful dark and depressive punk-songs influenced by early Discharge, but also by bands like Joy Division and Bauhaus. Fliehende Stürme created with Priesthill their very own genre, recorded with a drumcomputer and synthesizers and intense industrially-morbid, depressive and hopeless atmosphere. Besides EA 80 probably the most individual early German punk band and definitely a classic-album. Priesthill comes with textfolder, heavyweight cover and reconstructed original artwork.