German rock band LETZTE INSTANZ is one of the country’s most important ambassadors for ambitious artistic impression. Unlike groups such as Rammstein, LETZTE INSTANZ don’t rely on brute force, but give the listener food for thought – wrapped in a tasteful environment of guitar, bass, drums, violin and cello. No matter if you call it rock, alternative or gothic: the band has established a very unique sound.
Going strong for two decades now and increasing the fan following steadily, “Morgenland” marks another highlight for LETZTE INSTANZ. Following their AFM label debut “Liebe Im Krieg” (2016) – which entered the Germna album cart on #4 – the band has once again managed to write accessible songs, without lacking the depth and finesse that LETZE INSTANZ is known for.
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A quite unusual first song to present from the new album came in shape of “Children”, a track which sees LETZTE INSTANZ collaborate with the band Orphaned Land from Israel. This 8-minute track will be featured as bonus track on the limited edition Digipak edition only There will be two additional ”regular” single releases (“Mein Land” and “Morgenland”), both accompanied by official video clips, before the “Morgenland” album sees the light of day on February 16th.
The band has played 600 concerts in Western Europe, Russia and China, which makes them one of the most experienced German live acts.
Holly Loose (Vocals), Bernie Geef (Guitar), M. Stolz (Violin), Benni Cellini (Cello), Michael Ende (Bass), Andy Horst (Drums)