TONY DOLAN's Webmaster Slams Ex-ATOMKRAFT Guitarist Over 'Disgraceful' Antics

The webmaster of, the official online home of ATOMKRAFT frontman Tony Dolan, has issued the following update:

"So there I am watching and there is another ATOMKRAFT video/slideshow! It seems that ex-ATOMKRAFT guitarist Rob Mathew 'Redhead' is taking and making it his home for all things ATOMKRAFT. Some poor slideshow material with his own personally selected tracks, the three he wrote for ATOMKRAFT releases and one he penned for the unreleased 'Atomized' album all appear here!! Why not, get it out there, I say.

"However, his latest exploit is a shame and disgraceful. It shows (like his official new bandsite) disrespect for all past and present members of ATOMKRAFT, but unlike his official site which attacks both Ged Wolf and Tony, claiming they stole his money etc., his latest offering attacks only Tony!

"He has mashed together something called the unofficial biography! No wonder it's unofficial, it is a complete fabrication of events. And like his statements on his home site, [it] is full of errors and contradictions.

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"He states that it was original drummer Paul Spillett who named the band and that Tony only suggested the name to Ged Wolf, who was forming his own band in 1985 as Tony had had that band name before, apparently Ged agreed! He goes on to state that Tony Dolan was just one cog while he himself was the main talent in the band.

"How disrespectful to all past and current members!

"He claims 50% of the writing credits, stating Wolf did not contribute, yet on his site, he displays the three songs he contributed to ATOMKRAFT and officially released by Neat Records as proof of this? I have the Neat ATOMKRAFT anthology, titled 'Total Metal' (a Dolan/White song and Dolan title!) and there are some 22 songs featured! I am not a mathmatician, however 50% of 22 is NOT three!! He counts the tracks used for 'Atomized', but that was an unrealised album never released!"

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