Maestro - 'Something Else' digital single. Released on all platforms on the 9th of November 2021.
Taken from the forthcoming full Maestro album. With special guest Wieke van der Veen - backing vocals.
Sounds of Hell Series, Volume III - compilation digipack compact disc with Maestro track 'Force Field'.
Comes with a full color twelve page A5 booklet. With Dutch and Belgian bands.
Released by the café Hell label from Diest, Belgium on the 20th of April 2021.
Some of the Maestro band members also appear as guest musicians on the Elmar C. Fuchs' - Eloah track 'The Glint'.
Which is also on this compilation CD.
Maestro - 'Double Extended Play' 8-track compilation music cassette.
Released by Big Bad Wolf Records, Metalization Foundation and Headbangers Records on the 22nd of October 2019. Limited to only fifty copies.
Cassettes come in red. With a three panel inlay.
Maestro 'On The Run' promotional four track extended play compact disc.
Released on the 25th of Februari 2019 by Big Bad Wolf Records and Headbangers Records.
BBWR 160744 PROMO - HBR/BBWR 006
With special guest singer John 'Jaycee' Cuijpers from Praying Mantis (UK).
Artwork by the late Gideon L. Brugman.
Maestro - 'Can't Stop (Thinkin' 'Bout You)' four track extended play compact disc with an eight pages booklet.
Released on the 15th of October 2018 by Big Bad Wolf Records and Metalization Foundation. BBWR - 125549
Keep It Loud! Volume I compilation compact disc.
Released by Big Bad Wolf Records on the 14th of October 2015 BBWR17.
The fourth track on this compact disc is by Maestro - 'On The Run'.
Third, thus far unreleased Maestro four track demo. Recorded in Zwolle, The Netherlands 1993.
Maestro band members for these recordings were from left to right:
Paul Offerman -bass, Anne-Marie Vos - lead vocals, Orion Roos - guitars, and Mark R. Swart - drums.
Second Maestro three track demo cassette.
Recorded in October 1991 at the Lowland Studio, Roderwolde, The Netherlands.
Released by the band in 1992.
The first Maestro 4-track demo cassette.
Recorded at the Lowland Studio, Roderwolde, The Netherlands.
Released by the band in 1989. Most copies are hand numbered.
Dutch heavy metal band Vortex from the city of Groningen, The Netherlands, recorded two songs by Maestro on their 'Hammer of the North' 2003 album.
These tracks are called 'Rise, Shine and Fall' and 'Where's My Gun' (Black Bishop).
Released by Hellion Records, Germany.
There are three variations for this album: HE 231103 compact disc album, HE 241103 black vinyl album and HE 241103 orange vinyl album.
For more information about these releases, please visit Maestro on the Discogs database.