What kind of band can maintain to have the Devil (TEUFEL) in their line up? Here, he acts as a singer, fun-maker, charmer, and occasionally a provoker. The seven musicians from Berlin Berg carefully chose their name, which originates from the times of the middle ages. Between 1350 and 1352, the plague raged through Europe. The players carried the news of the threatening catastrophy from city to city. In view of the approaching Armageddon, they advised the people to plunge into the intoxication of dancing. Back to the present, where the sight of the people in the state of dance intoxication for the sworn seven is now the exception. From the stage, they have expereinced hyperventilating teenage girls, headbangers, who roll in the mud and energize the masses of fans. After three years there is now finally a third album called "Ihr wolltet Spass" (You wanted fun). For both previous albums, "Tanzwut" (1999) and "Labyrinth der Sinne" (Labyrinth of Senses), the resourceful musicians combined the genres of electro and middle ages for this current disc. "Gnade" is a fast number, where the bagpipes and the guitar deliver an exciting duel. "Fatue" combines Beethoven"s fifth, the "Vagantenbeichte" from the "Carmina Burana" a text from Hildegard von Bingen with crashing thrash metal. In the title song, he dedicates himself with a proper dose of sarcasm, our fit-for-fun-community: "You want fun, then you should have it/ You know well my name". One sees that TEUFEL likes to laugh and even about himself, but one should never forget: In the horned charmer hides always a provoker. Along with TANZWUT, the seven members also make music as CORVUS CORAX. Released April 2003.