In the white noise of a time where pop music is endlessly booming out of millions of speakers Rest Now, Weary Head! is the first album of the band of Konstantin Gropper. Here, he invites us to lean back for a while and close our eyes. Wounds are being bandaged, scars counted. - Breathe - Meanwhile, his music is wandering. Timelessly it roams about in genres: folk and electro are walking hand in hand, classical music is sketching the distant horizon - a faint memory of long gone eras - hook lines of pop music are lying at the wayside, waiting to be touched with the slightest irony.
There are at LEAST two bands with the name Glasses: 1. GLASSES. is a Hardcore/Punk Band from Germany. The Band was founded in June 2008 by Ex-Perth Express, the 244 Gl, The F.A. and Trainwreck/Eaves Members.
The first Show was played on December 28th in Aachen /Germany. They also recorded their first album in December 2008. The Album came out in February. Preorders (white vinyl) were sold our after only 12 hours. A Tour in March 2009 followed together with Trainwreck.
OCCVLTA is three brothers from a small village, hidden in the necrofrost, somewhere next to the old border to East Germany
BLACKENED seemed to have come out of nowhere, but the truth is that every member of the band has been involved in the independent music community for the last decade and a half. The all-star lineup boasts current and former members of the juggernaut that is HATEBREED (Bassist Chris Beattie and original drummer and founding member Dave Russo) as well as current Connecticut contenders and alum alike, including vocalist Jay Reason (THE DISTANCE) and guitarist Chris Legg (FASTBREAK).
An attempt at bridging the gaps between desperation, aggression, hope and honesty but somehow getting stuck naked somewhere in the middle of nowhere screaming your lungs out.
Started in late 2010 in Dresden, continents. is: Simon - guitar
Dominic - guitar
Flo - bass
Tobi - drums
Kris - vocals
There are at least two bands with the name Ex Libris. One of them is a sludge/stoner metal band from Wilmington, Germany. This article is about the Dutch one with this name.
The Dutch band Ex Libris brings new power and a fresh, exciting sound to the world of symphonic heavy metal. Combining the melodic structure of classical music with progressive licks and hooks, Ex Libris delivered their first full-length album “Amygdala” in 2008 to great reviews. Frontwoman Dianne van Giersbergen combines powerful, soaring vocals with a dynamic range that is, frankly, intimidating.
The BossHoss are seven people from Berlin, Germany.
Boss, Hoss, Frank, Hank, Guss, Russ and Ernesto specialise in covering pop, rock and hip hop songs in country style. The band was founded in Berlin 2004 by Boss and Hoss, named after the well known song "Boss Hoss" by The Sonics. With their cover version of "Like Ice in the Sunshine" they became famous with the Langnese (the famous "heart-brand" ice cream) TV and cinema advertisements in 2005.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Depression is a German underground Death/Grind Band.
Website: http://depression-grind.de 2) Depression is a doom/death band from Russia that was formed in 1993. Released the demo "Венок печали" in 1995 and "Распятье Богов" in 1996. Apparently, they recorded two new tracks (presumably live) from 2007-2008, and played a concert in Moscow during this time. Monstrously huge, expansive Doom/Death Metal, with a heavy emphasis on the Doom.
18 July 1968: Made it through the birth canal. Screamed a lot, I suppose but it was good to be here. Until spring 1978: Probably spent my time eating lots and growing up. Played a lot in nearby forest, North Germany. Some time in 1978: Got my first guitar and started to take lessons with a very patient and beardy teacher who also had a fondness for home knitted cardigans and vests. Germany discovered bio-dynamically grown produce and I learned to play Bach and The Beatles on a Spanish acoustic guitar.