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Revolver Magazine has premiered a new music video from We Butter the Bread with Butter for the song “Ohne Herz,” which can be seen below.
"Ohne Herz" is taken off the "Goldkinder" album (reviewed here) and guitarist Marcel Neumann comments on the clip:
“The idea of creating a music video with live-footage was always in our mind as we are filming almost everything when we are on tour. These fans are the reason for doing this, so we wanted to give something back - something which involves them directly.” More...
We Butter The Bread With Butter has just premiered a new music video for “Alles Was Ich Will” with CraveOnline. Check out the video below.
The song appears on the band's new full-length album, "Goldkinder," coming out in the U.S. on August 13th. The previously posted song "Das Uhrwerk" is also available for streaming at this location.
We Butter The Bread With Butter will release new album "Goldkinder" on August 13th, 2013. Guitarist Marcel Neumann comments, “We had about 80 songs recorded during this time, but we kept throwing away recordings and starting over again until we felt we created something totally new.”
"Goldkinder" was recorded by the band itself and mixed by Stefan Glaumann (Rammstein, Apocalyptica). Incorporating the technical harmonics of metal and the hooks of electro-pop into heavy rock, songs range from in-your-face pit-starters like “Alles Was Ich Will” to tunes with colossal melodies like “Mayday Mayday.”
While Neumann admits that the band may shock some fans who loved the pure aggression of 2010’s full-length, "Der Tag an dem die Welt unterging," he says “We didn’t want to be carbon-copy band # One Million and one with the same elements, the same sound and same structures as everyone else. It makes us sad to see every band trying to copy themselves or others.” More...
Praise be to the metal gods, Rock Band fans! There is officially new music worth being excited about now on the Rock Band Network, with an invasion of Cynic and Halcyon Way on the Xbox. For players of the Xbox 360 version, you can now gain access to these new tracks:
Cynic - Integral Birth (160 MSP)
Cynic - Integral Birth (2x Bass Pedal) (160 MSP)
Cynic - “King of Those Who Know” (160 MSP)
Edenshade - “Need” (80 MSP)
Halcyon Way - “Revolution is Now” (80 MSP)
Halcyon Way - “Revolution is Now (2x Bass Pedal)” (80 MSP)
Throw the Fight - “You Can’t Swim With Concrete Shoes” (160 MSP)
PS3 players instead get these songs on 3/5/2013 (North America) and 3/6/2013 (Europe):
We Butter The Bread With Butter - "Superföhn Bananendate" ($1.99)
The Minotaur Project - "Shattered Satellites and Brutal Gods" ($0.99)
This week's roundup of new Rock Band Network metal tracks includes offerings from Dir En Grey on the Xbox and The Haunted for the PS3.
Xbox 360 players now have these tracks available:
Chaotrope – “The Singularity” (80 MSP)
Dir En Grey – “Dozing Green” (160 MSP)
His Statue Falls – “Jasmin W. Knows How to Mosh” (160 MSP)
We Butter The Bread With Butter – “Superföhn Bananendate” (160 MSP)
Winter Crescent – “Battle of Egos Part II” (80 MSP)
PS3 players get these tracks starting 12/11 (North America) or 12/12 (Europe):
The Haunted - "No Ghost" ($1.99)
The Haunted - "Trenches" ($1.99)
Musica Diablo - "Betrayed" ($0.99)
Electro-death metal/core duo WE BUTTER THE BREAD WITH BUTTER has arrived with the release of their debut album, "Das Monster aus dem Schank" (The Monsters out of the Closet) in the United States through Redfield Records. The album is exclusively available now through brick and mortar Hot Topic retail outlets as well as online through all digital retailers including iTunes.
"Das Monster aus dem Schank" is We Butter The Bread With Butter’s interpretation of well-known children’s folk songs with a perverse metal twist.
In 2007, Tobias Schultka and Marcel Neumann started the musical experiment that became WE BUTTER THE BREAD WE BUTTER in Lübben in the East of Germany. After only a year, the two-piece managed to create an unprecedented international fan-base, with their impact creating putting their sound and style on the map, keeping the pair in the Top-10 Artist Charts at Myspace.com for over six months.
You can check them out on their MySpace page.