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Macbeth from Nordrhein-Westfalen
Macbeth from Ingolstadt.
Latest Macbeth News
Below is our complete Macbeth news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Germany's Macbeth (not to be confused with the Italian group and various other bands of the same name) has revealed the cover artwork for new album "Imperium," which will see release this September and feature 10 tracks. Photos from the studio during the recording process can also be found at Facebook here.
After previously releasing a music video for "Stalingrad - Untergang," Germany's Macbeth now has another clip out for "Stalingrad - Das Kreuz."
Check it out below. The songs are taken from Macbeth's latest album "Wiedergänger," which was released in September 2012 via Massacre Records.
Erfurt, Germany natives Macbeth posted up a new music video for the track "Stalingrad-Untergang." The song appears on the band's latest release "Wiedergänger," which was issued in 2012 via Massacre Records.
Check out the video here:
Germany's Macbeth has released a new music video for the track "Kanonenfutter," which comes off the band's "Wiedergänger" album. Check out the video below, or find more info on Macbeth at the band's Facebook profile here.
Erfurt, Germany based metal band Macbeth (not to be confused with either the Nordrhein-Westfalen OR Ingolstadt, Germany based bands of the same name), posted a new music video for the song "Kamikaze." The track is taken from the band's third and latest release "Wiedergaenger," which was recently released on September 28, 2012 through Massacre Records.
Check out "Kamikaze" here:
Erfurt, Germany based metal band Macbeth (not to be confused with either the Nordrhein-Westfalen OR Ingolstadt, Germany based bands of the same name), are streaming the new track "Gladiator." The track is taken from the forthcoming third release "Wiedergaenger," which is due out for release on September 28, 2012 through Massacre Records.
Check out "Gladiator" here:
After announcing the recruitment of new vocalist Tobias Stein last month, Germany's Macbeth has now issued the following update about former vocalist Olli Hippauf returning to the fold:
"Olli returns to Macbeth: Let's make it short! We have it all together again with Olli and cleared all the confusion out of the way. Ultimately this connects us more than divides us. Probably we should have time off to take a break.
"We thank Tobias for his great commitment. He showed full understanding for our decision and he deserves our respect!"
You can also get acquainted with Macbeth's music by heading over to the band's official MySpace page here.
As was previously announced, Macbeth and vocalist Olli parted ways in late 2010. Massacre Records has now announced the band has recruited Tobias Stein as a new vocalist, and Macbeth has re-recorded an old song with Tobias.
You can listen to the new version of the 1985 track "Höllenfeuer" at the band's MySpace page by heading over here. The band also has the following upcoming live shows:
22.07.2011 DE Bertingen - RUDE Open Air
19.08.2011 DE Zella Mehlis - Arena
Macbeth's current lineup is as follows:
Ralf Klein - Guitar
Hanjo Papst - Bass
Alexander Kopp - Guitar
Simon Mengs - Drums
Tobias Stein - Vocals
80's era footage has been posted online of Germany's Macbeth, which was then playing under the name of Caiman, performing the song "Death Under Moonlight." You can check out the video clip below.
Massacre Records has issued the following announcement about German act Macbeth parting ways with its vocalist:
"Well, not a good way to end the year 2010, but on New Year's Eve Macbeth announced that they are parting ways with their vocalist Olli. The band stated that it was difficult within the last two years to work together and that it was even not possible in the end.
"Since this had negative effects on them working on the new album, they decided to part ways. Don't be afraid the decision won't change the music and style of Macbeth, because Olli didn't compose or wrote the songs, according to the band. The band is now searching for a new vocalist. If you think you are able to fit in the band, feel free to contact the guys at post(at)macbeth-music(dot)de?."