Das Ich
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Satanische Verse , 6/10
Die Propheten , 6/10
Staub , 7/10 Egodram (Edel, 1997) Morgue (Danse Macabre, 1998)

I tedeschi Das Ich (il cantante Stefan Ackermann e il polistrumentista Bruno Kramm) appartengono alla generazione post-industriale e con Staub (Danse Macabre, 1994) hanno dato un'opera sinfonica di dimensioni eroiche,
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The German duo Das Ich (vocalist Stefan Ackermann and multi-instrumentalist Bruno Kramm) belongs to the post-industrial generation. Imbued with Wagnerian grandeur and English romanticism, Satanische Verse (Danse Macabre, 1991) is a tentative debut that nonetheless features the depressed visions of Jericho and Kain Und Abel Die Propheten (Danse Macabre, 1992 - Black Orchid, 1996) contains the apocalyptic ballads Freuel and Gottes Tod.

A vast improvement led to Staub (Danse Macabre, 1994), a symphonic work of heroic proportions, particularly unnerving in Staub and Von Der Armut.

After the EP Das Innere Ich (Danse Macabre, 1996), the album Egodram (Edel, 1997) introduced harsher tones (electronic noises, disjointed rhythms) and spawned the club singles Egodram, Destillat and Kindgott.

Morgue (Danse Macabre, 1998) marked, instead, a return to a mellower and darker sound with a sequence of lieder from texts by the expressionist poet Gottfried Benn.

Re Laborat (Danse Macabre, 2000) is an album of others remixing Das Ich.

Anti-Christ (Metropolis, 2002)

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