German language music that fuses elements of metal and industrial in a manner very likely to appeal to fans of Rammstein, Oomph! and Joachim Witt. Bombastic, heavy instrumentation and deep
male vocals with solid, pumping electronics. A consistent top seller at IsoTank and highly recommended. Features former members of Megaherz.
The unexpected Ice Age that seized the music world in 2002 continues as Eisbrecher masterminds Alexx Wesselsky and Noel Pix return for another classic release that is sure to cause waves in both the electronic and metal scenes. After a successful run of tours and festival appearances in Europe including Alice Cooper’s ‘Theatre of Death Tour’ and The Nova Rock Festival, Eisbrecher is poised to once again conquer the US clubs and charts. Heavier and harder than ever before, Die Hölle muss warten features an expertly crafted blend of crushing guitars, menacing vocals, and melodic synth lines. Not one to stay the course, Eisbrecher also shows its ability to incorporate modern influences and blend them into songs that stay uniquely Eisbrecher, such as the dubstep-tinged “Herz aus Eis.” The album’s opener “Tanz mit mir” is a perfect example of what modern industrial rock should sound like, while tracks such as “Rette mich” slow things down and feature frontman Alex’s crooning voice over beautiful synth melodies. With such a diverse range of influences and perfect production quality, Die Hölle muss warten is another step forward for a band that has already established itself as one of the premier electronic rock acts of our time.
Released February 14th, 2012 on Metropolis Records.
01. Tanz mit mir
02. Augen unter Null
03. Die Hölle muss warten
04. Verrückt (Original Version)
05. Herz aus Eis
07. Ein Leben lang unsterblich
09. In meinem Raum
10. Keine Liebe
11. Exzess Express
12. Rette mich
15. Verrückt (Combichrist Remix)