Metal Enterprises

Metal Enterprises was a German label founded by Ingo Nowotny, active from the mid-1980s to the late 1990s which has achieved a certain level of infamy in the heavy metal genre. Some of the early releases were licensed pressings of some very poorly produced American releases. In the following years, there were several releases which were basically the same in-house band, recording under different names. The label really began to get noticed when it picked up Böhse Onkelz after they left Rock-O-Rama Records. However, even with this band that was increasing in popularity, many of the other releases continued to be mediocre to poor examples of hard rock and heavy metal. Even more bizarre are the follow-up albums by some of the early bands which included no members of the original band, just the Metal Enterprises in-house band. These albums often sounded nothing like the original albums.

Sub-Labels

Ingo Nowotny Career Development
[DE] [1994 – ?]
 
Nowotny Music Enterprises
[DE] [2001 – ?]
 
Nowotny's Noize
[DE] [1992 – ?]
 

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ALCD 042
Störkraft Solo
Jörg & die Bagaluten
ME 564
Various
6. Für Deutschland Vol. II
ERH 101
HIC Systeemi
Slut
ERH 100
C.O.P.
Ever Alone
FF 8
Above The Ruins
Songs Of The Wolf
FF 7
Release The Bats
Ever Pleasant Smile…
FF 5
Saigon
Gothic Bop
FF 4
Saigon
Reunion
FF 3
Saigon
Gothic Bop
FF 2
They Must Be Russians
They Must Be Russians