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"Press Quotes"

Twelve Seconds To None is uncut pissed off-‘n-roll! Impressive! [FOCUS KNACK]

Twelve Seconds To None is a diverse, interesting and exciting guitar album that easily surpasses the high expectations created after the first album from 2005. [KWADRATUUR]

With Twelve Seconds To None, Waldorf has released an excellent album that doesn’t need celery, walnuts, lettuce or apple to get a good appetite started. [CJP]

Twelve Seconds To None is 45-minute varied trip! Waldorf delivers an extremely high quality album! [RIFRAF]

Bending setbacks to victories. After a change in line-up, personal issues and writer’s blocks Waldorf hits back hard with one hell of an album! [GODDEAU] - Belgian + Dutch press


ALBUM : WALDORF (2005 - Kinky Star Records)


SINGLE + VIDEO: CATCH 24 (airplay on Belgian and Dutch national radio)
SINGLE + VIDEO : MAMA SAID (airplay on Belgian and Dutch national radio)
SINGLE + VIDEO : I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT I WAS SEARCHING (airplay on Belgian and Dutch national radio)
SINGLE : Information (airplay on Belgian and Dutch national radio)
SINGLE : Minor Fall (airplay on Belgian and Dutch national radio)



In 2005 Wolfgang Vanwymeersch moves from the rural Aalter to a musically inspiring Ghent. He surrounds himself with a few of Ghent’s finest musicians, and in 2005 the first Waldorf record is released on Kinky Star Records. The self-titled album combines loud guitars and catchy popmelodies, saturated with Wolf’s typical hoarse groan. The press is raving, Belgium has a new rockband to brag about and Waldorf smashes venues all over Europe.

A bit later Wolf joins Glamrockers and Humo’s Rock Rally winners The Van Jets and the Waldorf line-up falls apart. Despite writer’s blocks and personal issues he keeps on writing songs. In November 2008, more than 3,5 years after the first album Wolf hits the studio with Bruno Coussée (bass) and Steve ‘Soulwax’ Slingeneyer (drums) to record the new album.

“Twelve Seconds To None” is not at all a lighthearted follow-up. The new Waldorf album sounds way darker as its predecessor and heckles the wicked world around us. Waldorf is angry, disappointed and frustrated and not at all into catchy popsongs this time.

A record with a message, hu?

Waldorf confronts the listener with daring songs and a broad spectrum of emotions. Where the first album was clearly pop-influenced, the new album tackles stoner (The Melvins), progressive rock (Magma, King Crimson), and even some gypsy and singer/songdiaper.