The Hirsch Effekt Premiere Video For Their New Single “BERCEUSE”

The Hirsch Effekt Premiere Video For Their New Single "BERCEUSE"
After their breathless “Holon” album trilogy, The Hirsch Effekt have probably crafted their most extreme, darkest and most complex chapter, which goes by the name of “Eskapist” and was released on August 18th, 2017. The album set an exclamation point with charting at #21 in the official German album charts. The Hirsch Effekt’s third single “BERCEUSE” is out today and currently premiering on the bands’ YouTube channel HERE.

Socially critical, caustically political and musically overwhelming, the fourth album from the Hanoverian band is truly a lesson in progressive metal, prog and core. All three band members – drummer Moritz Schmidt, guitarist and singer Nils Wittrock and bassist and singer Ilja John Lappin – had an equal share in the writing of the record. The 12 complex compositions, interfused with prog, tech and sludge metal, continually shift between the different styles and were recorded with Tim Tautorat (who has previously worked with In Flames, Manic Street Preachers), Max Trieder and various guest musicians in Hanover, Leipzig and Berlin.
Escapism, in its many different forms, is the link between the different pieces and what holds the album together. Escaping from society, “circumstances” or private life. Once again the band’s lyrics tackle issues that hurt and their music, which demands to be listened to, strikes almost incomparable in its intensity.
With the “Eskapist” album, The Hirsch Effekt give us their final comment on our time. In simple terms: remarkably intense music.
 
ORDER “Eskapist” HERE
Line Up
Moritz Schmidt – Drums
Nils Wittrock – Guitar & Vocals
Ilja John Lappin – Bass & Vocals
ESKAPIST Tour 2017
presented by VISIONS, FUZE, SLAM, MORECORE, PRETTYINNOISE & FRITZ-KOLA
Support: PeroPero (except for*)
12.10. Kiel -Schaubude
13.10. Lübeck – Treibsand
14.10. Göttingen – Exil
15.10. Bayreuth – Glashaus
17.10. Berlin – Nuke
18.10. Dresden – Scheune
19.10. Jena – Rosenkeller
20.10. Leipzig – Felsenkeller
21.10. Marburg – KFZ
25.10. Weinheim – Cafe Central
26.10. Karlsruhe – Jubez
27.10. Frankfurt – Das Bett
28.10. Stuttgart – Club Zentral
29.10. Lindau – Club Vaudeville
30.10. Augsburg – Soho Stage
31.10. München – Backstage Club
02.11. AT, Wien – Viper Room
03.11. Freiburg – Crash
04.11. CH, St. Gallen – Grabenhalle
06.11. Ulm – Club Schilli
07.11. Nürnberg – Z-Bau
08.11. Mainz – Schon Schön
09.11. Hannover – Musikzentrum
10.11. Bremen – Lagerhaus
11.11. Hamburg – Molotow
30.11. Chemnitz – Atomino
01.12. Magdeburg – Insel der Jugend
02.12. Halle/S. – Hühnermanhattan
07.12. Aachen – Musikbunker
08.12. Emden – Alte Post
09.12. Salzwedel – Hanseat
14.12. Oberhausen – Druckluft
15.12. Moers – Bollwerk
16.12. Köln – MTC
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