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Vital ‘New German Noise’ industrial metallers b.o.s.c.h. have signed to Laute Helden / SPV to release their incredibly powerful, utterly infectious, colossal third album ‘Fleischwolf’, on October 13th.

b.o.s.c.h., who meld metal, punk, rock, hardcore, prog, thrash and electronic elements to create their own uncompromisingly tough, exceptional sound, are at the forefront of the new ‘NDH’ (Neue Deutsche Härte) genre, which translates into English as ‘New German Noise’ (NDN). “We specialise in noise!” explains guitarist Christian ‘Ledde’ Heil.

b.o.s.c.h. cite Dead Boys, Fear Factory, Front Line Assembly, Killing Joke, Kraftwerk, Misfits, Nitzer Ebb, Pink Floyd, Rammstein, The Chemical Brothers, The Prodigy and The Sex Pistols as their main influences. ‘Fleischwolf’, which translates into ‘Meat Grinder’ in English, is a more than appropriate album moniker, reflecting how this diverse range of inspirations have been ground up and pounded into the 12 rousing, resounding bombs of songs on the LP. 

Front man Max Klee oozes pure aggression from his vocal chords in true Max Cavalera / Jonathan Davis tradition while guitarist Heil fires off raw riffs by the second, relying on the timing of the massive, merciless rhythms generated by drummer / programmer Lutz Moller and bassist Axel Mintken.

The tighter-than-a-duck’s-ass sound of ‘Fleischwolf’ reflects the deep personal bond between the four musicians. “We don’t just play in the same band, we’re also friends” Moller reveals, continuing “But of course we argue about songs ideas, visions. For each of us, it’s all about the best possible result, and of course that’s something we passionately fight over, from our different perspectives and always in accordance with strictly democratic rules. But there are no fundamental disputes within the band.”

b.o.s.c.h. have won over thousands of fans in Germany with their awesome live sound and set, generated by tube amps, rather than exaggerated technological gadgets; “We rock oldskool and really give it our all” (Heil).

A video for album opener ‘Schock’, the first single to be taken from the album, has already been shot at Wilhellmshaven’s Willehad hospital, and will soon be unveiled, prior to the release of ‘Fleischwolf’, an awesome opus that is bound to appeal to all fans of Megahertz, Oomph and Rammstein.
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