German industrial metal pioneers Megahertz are back to break down walls with a full-length studio album In Teufels Name. It will be released on August 11th via Napalm Records. Thirty years into their career, Megaherz have become arguably one of the most important bands, co-founding Neue Deutsche Härte, as evidenced by their critically acclaimed 2018 full-length ‘Komet’, which has charted. and peaked at #7 in Germany.
With the new release In Teufels Namen, Megahertz speaks up again, criticizing conspiracy theories, religion and society at large, while also confronting inner conflict and pain. The latest single, “Alles Arschlöcher” (English: “All Assholes”), showcases thumping guitars, catchy synth melodies, electronic influences and intense lyrics, critiquing the worst of society in his trademark megahertz style. increase. Captivating, dark official music followed by his video, highlighting expressive statements and powerful topics.
Megaherz says of “Alles Arschlöcher”: “Today we proudly present the first single from his new album, ‘Alles Arschlöcher’, which poignantly expresses the frustration and anger we feel towards the hypocrites and manipulators of this world. is expressed in Get drunk on the aggression and penetration power of Ares Alschlecher, and join us in howling your frustrations. “
Check out the official music video for “Alles Arschlöcher” below.
Megaherz’ new album kicks off strong with the epic title track “In Teufels Namen” (EN: “In the Name of the Devil”), detailing their critique of the church as an institution. On ‘Der König Der Dummen’ (EN: ‘The King Of The Fools’), one of the heaviest songs on the record, the quintet once again never skimps on the words: conspiracy theorists in tinfoil hats. are commenting on The hypnotic track “Amnesie” (English: “Amnesia”) builds heavily on electronically inspired beats and melodies, while the free-spirited anthem “Freigeist” is catchy. It features a synthesizer and chorus. Tracks like “Rabenherz” (English: “Raven Heart”) and “Engelsgesicht” (English: “Angel’s Face”) show the band’s emotional side, but the second track is the band’s all-time hit. It is reminiscent of the song “Miststück”. (EN: “bitch”). “Menschenhasser” is a powerful and fast Neue Deutsche Härte track, before the mighty “Auf dem Weg zur Sonne”, a breather “Ich Hasse (Epilog)” featuring emotive keys (English: “I Hate (Epilogue)”). )”). Overall, In Teufels Namen is an energetic ride that presents listeners with pure industrial metal at its best.
Megaherz said of the new album: In Teufels Namen is an album full of dark themes and strong emotions. We dived deep into the abyss of human nature and the result is a song that unleashes a powerful, uncompromising energy that pushes you away. “
In Teufels, Namen will be available in the following formats:
– 2 CD Deluxe Box (Including Ltd. Digisleeve, bonus CD with 6 unreleased tracks, pocket bottle, art print (15x15cm)) – Limited edition of 300
– 1 LP Gatefold Clear Blue – Limited to 500 copies, GSA only
– 1 LP Gatefold Black – Limited to 300 copies
– 1 CD Digisleeve + Shirt Bundle
– Limited to 1 CD Digisleeve
– Digital album
Please pre-order here.
The tracklist for “Devil’s Name” includes:
“In the Name of the Devil”
“Can you see the sky?”
“King of Fools”
“I hate people”
“I hate you (epilogue)”
“On the Way to the Sun”
“All Assholes” Video:
Don’t miss Megaherz as they co-headline their European tour with Combichrist this fall.
Rex – vocals
X-ti – guitars and samples
Chris – guitar
Wentz – Bass
Maxx – Drums
(Photo – Franz Schepers)