Blutengel


Blutengel (English: Blood Angel) artist is a Gothic/Futurepop/Darkwave/EBM band formed in Berlin, Germany in 1998. Whether Blutengel fall into any of these categories has been disputed by some. ...in 1998 after Chris Pohl had decided to give up the preceding project, Seelenkrank Just as it's predecessor, Blutengel uses melodious electronic tunes in combination with both male and female voices. However, the topics of the songs have now been expanded, and cover all sides of love and romance. Blutengel's debut album Child of Glass was released in 1999. On this album, Kati Roloff and Nina Bendigkeit performed female vocals. Although the album was successful and still present in the minds of the people for quite a while afterwards, things became quiet for the project itself for quite a long time. Finally, in 2001, the second anxiously anticipated album Seelenschmerz was released and initiated a new era in the history of the band - The band formation changed as Nina had managed to cut her own successful path with her photography career, and Gini Martin joined the band as the second female vocalist alongside Kati. At the end of that year, the single Black Roses was released with Constance Rudert as a session singer and the band performed at the Dark Storm Festival in which Constance also appeared as a guest besides Kati and Gini on the stage. Further, this was the last time the band would play with its original line-up. Kati and Gini left the band days latter by personal and also...

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