SCHATTENMANN: „Epidemie“ out in July, first single out now!

SCHATTENMANN keep on continuing their success in thrilling the Goth Scene: The NDH Newcomer release their second album! “Epidemie” is going to be released on 5th of July and is the band’s AFM Records debut. This new chapter is heralded by the first single of the forthcoming album. “Kopf durch die Wand” is an energetic anthem for all the mavericks and free spirits of this world and describes the quartet’s philosophy perfectly. Have a listen to “Kopf durch die Wand” here:
 
“There are always people changing the world, moving borders and making the impossible real”, says singer Frank Herzig. “Everyone of us can achieve great things – especially together! ‘Kopf durch die Wand’ is a song getting the heart of this issue. WE never give up! WE support each other! WE can change things!”
 

Album Tracklist - Schattenmann - Epidemie:
 
01. Schattenland
02. F.U.C.K.Y.O.U.
03. Schlag für Schlag
04. Epidemie
05. Wahrheit oder Pflicht
06. Ruf der Engel
07. Kopf durch die Wand
08. Schwarz = Religion
09. Gewissen
10. Darkroom
11. Nadel und Faden
12. Phantom
 

The first songs of “Epidemie” can be heard live on the SCHATTENMANN headliner tournee starting today:
 

15.02.2019   Leipzig - Hellraiser
16.02.2019   Berlin - Privatclub
22.02.2019   München - Feierwerk
23.02.2019   Nürnberg - Cult
01.02.2019   Zofingen - (CH)   Oxil
02.03.2019   Frankfurt - Das Bett
08.03.2019   Flensburg - Roxy
09.03.2019   Hamburg - Markthalle
22.03.2019   Bremen - Tivoli
23.03.2019   Hannover - Subkultur [Sold Out]

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With their debut album „Licht an”, SCHATTENMANN did not only shape the term NDH 2.0 as a cocktail made of stoic rhythms and danceable melodies but also thrilled critics and fans across all borders in 2018. The band did not only support acts like MEGAHERZ, UNZUCHT and FEUERSCHWANZ during their tours, but also left a lasting impression with their explosive and exciting show on the legendary MERA LUNA FESTIVAL.


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