Thursday, January 6, 2022

Eisbrecher - Eisbrecher (2004)

Eisbrecher - Eisbrecher (2004)

Tracklist front / back album covers


"Polarstern" (Polaris) – 2:32
"Herz steht still" (Heart Stands Silent) – 3:55
"Willkommen im Nichts" (Welcome to Nothing) – 4:08
"Schwarze Witwe" (Black Widow) – 3:52
"Ruhe" (Peace) – 0:57
"Angst?" (Fear?) – 4:17
"Fanatica" – 3:22
"Taub-stumm-blind" (Deaf - Dumb - Blind) – 5:14
"Dornentanz" (Thorn Dance) – 4:14
"Hoffnung" (Hope) – 2:17
"Eisbrecher" (Icebreaker) – 4:04
"Frage" (Question) – 4:20
"Zeichen der Venus" (Sign of the Venus) – 4:09
"Mein Blut" (My Blood) – 4:24
"Sakrileg 11" (Sacrilege 11) – 4:22
"Fanatica (Club Mix)" – 5:15



Eisbrecher Band Members / Musicians
Alexander Wesselsky - vocals
Noel Pix - instruments
M. Smart - co-wrote various songs



Eisbrecher is the self-titled debut album by German band Eisbrecher, released on 26 January 2004 via ZYX Music in Europe and Dancing Ferret Discs Inc. in the US. Original shipments of the CD came packaged with a region-free multimedia DVD and two pressed, blank CDs intended to show the band's position on copyright infringement. The album hit the Deutsche Alternative Charts at No. 13.

Eisbrecher (German pronunciation: [ˈʔaɪsbʁɛçɐ]; German for "icebreaker") are a German Neue Deutsche Härte band that consists primarily of Alexander Wesselsky (vocals) and Noel Pix (lead guitar/programming), with live support from Jürgen Plangger (guitar), Rupert Keplinger (bass), and Achim Färber (drums). In the United States and Canada, their record label is currently Metropolis Records.

The band's lyrics and slogans often include terms of ice and sailing, such as "Ahoi" ("Ahoy") and "Es wird kalt" ("It's getting cold"); vocalist Alexander Wesselsky often wears naval and military clothing in performances.


Eisbrecher Band Members / Musicians

Alexx Wesselsky – vocals (2003–present)

Noel Pix – lead guitar, programming, production (2003–present)

Jürgen Plangger – rhythm guitar (2007–present)

Maximilian Schauer – keyboards, programming (live and session: 2003–2007, session only: 2008–present)

Achim Färber – drums (2011–present)

Rupert Keplinger – bass (2013–present)

Eisbrecher, line-up at Rockharz Open Air 2018
Alexander "Alexx" Wesselsky
Jochen "Noel Pix" Seibert
Jürgen Plangger
Achim Färber
Rupert Keplinger

Felix Primc – rhythm guitar (2003–2007)
Micheal Behnke – bass (2003–2007)
Martin Motnik – bass (2007–2008)
Olli Pohl – bass (2008–2010, 2015)
Dominik Palmer – bass (2010–2013)
Rene Greil – drums (2003–2011)
Sebastien Angrand – drums (2010)



Eisbrecher Discography Full
2004 Eisbrecher
2006 Antikörper
2008 Sünde
2010 Eiszeit
2012 Die Hölle muss warten
2015 Schock
2017 Sturmfahrt
2021 Liebe Macht Monster

DVDs
2015: Schock Live (No. 7 in Switzerland, No. 7 in Austria)
2011: Eiskalt (compilation album; No. 69 in Germany)
2014: 10 Jahre Kalt (US special release)
2015: Schock Live (live album)
2016: Volle Kraft voraus EP
2018: Ewiges Eis – 15 Jahre Eisbrecher (best-of album; No. 6 in Germany)
2020: Schicksalsmelodien (cover album)

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