Originally posted on Valkyrian Music:

Eisenherz
Fluch Der Zeit
Released: March 2013
Gothic Metal
Dust On The Tracks Records

Fluch Der Zeit is the second album from the German gothic metal band Eisenherz, who see themselves as part of the ‘Neue Deutsche Härte’ movement. It is the follow up to their self-titled debut album. The band’s sound has been described as “somewhere between Rammstein, In Extremo and Unheilig”. The edition I received also features a song from their debut album, Die Seele Brennt as a bonus track.

Now, why is it that whenever I hear of a band being compared to Rammstein I automatically assume that it is going to be industrial? Particularly if the said band also happens to be German. Don’t get me wrong, I love German industrial music but there’s no industrial influences on this album. This is not another Rammstein-influenced industrial rock/metal group akin to the likes of Eisbrecher and current…

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