Neue Deutsche Härte

Die Kreatur to release debut album “Panoptikum” on May 22nd 2020

The wait is finally over - Die Kreatur, the beloved child of scene greats Dero Goi (Oomph!) and Chris Harms (Lord Of The Lost), has just released its first single, “Die Kreatur” (English: “The Creature”), from the upcoming debut album “Panoptikum”, which will be released on May 22nd, 2020, via Napalm Records.

Crematory to release new studio album “Unbroken” on March 6th 2020

Welcome to the panopticon of darkness: German gothic pioneers Crematory continue to perform the tightrope act in the somber void with their brand new first single, “The Downfall”, along with an artful black and white lyric video.

The first single introduces not just a new chapter, but prepares fans for their upcoming fifteenth album, “Unbroken”, to be released on March 6th, 2020, via Napalm Records.

Turmion Kätilöt signs with Nuclear Blast and announces new album “Global Warning”

The world’s biggest metal label, Nuclear Blast, has signed Finnish industrial metal stars Turmion Kätilöt.

The Germany based record label will release the group’s next album which was quietly recorded during the last couple of months. The record, entitled “Global Warning”, will be released on April 17th, 2020, and according to the band it sounds “f*cking great”.

Rammstein - Rammstein

Hmm… am I qualified to even do this, I wonder…?! I guess Rammstein is a world known and renowned band, one of the pioneering bands of the Neue Deutsche Härte subgenre of rock. Their industrial militant style might owe a great deal to forerunners of the style like Laibach and especially Oomph!, but whereas Laibach is a band that has a more selective appeal (to quote Spinal Tap) after being embraced by a famous Hollywood director, the Germans just exploded.

Tanzwut to release new studio album “Seemannsgarn” on June 7th 2019

Tanzwut will release their new album “Seemannsgarn” on June 7th, 2019, via AFM Records.

With their new album, Tanzwut spin fantastic stories out of delicately woven “Seemannsgarn” (sailor’s yarn). An exciting journey into the world of fantasy, poets, musicians, artists and puppeteers. Teufel and his band carry off into a world of fiction and reality and provides a vibrant setting for all the different shades of the told stories.

Oomph!

Hi guys, it’s been almost 4 years since your previous album. What happened during these four years?
 

Oomph! - Ritual

Returning with a new album, after 4 years, and under a new label, the German pioneering band of the Neue Deutsche Härte movement (that has deeply influenced Rammstein), Oomph! have somehow renewed themselves with “Ritual” by mixing their past with their contemporary sound.