Caliban: Zeitgeister

Caliban SKU: 41568347
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Caliban: Zeitgeister

Caliban SKU: 41568347

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Zeitgeister
Artist: Caliban
Label: Century Media
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 194398702117
Genre: Heavy Metal, Heavy Metal

Limited black and yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. It took German metalcore vets, Caliban recording a cover of Rammstein's "Sonne" to realize that their native tongue was a seamless fit with their time tempered collision of punishing riffs and Andreas Dörner's urgent vocals. With fans hungry for the Essen-borne quintet to record an album exclusively in German, the band simply said: "Why not?" and Zeitgeister was born. Eleven genre-defining LPs deep into their career, the band's vision for the album came naturally - a career retrospective and deep-dive into Caliban favorites that haven't had a live airing in some time. "It wasn't an easy decision, but once we allowed us to make them as different from the originals as we felt it was needed it came fairly naturally", explains guitarist and main songwriter Marc Görtz. Of course, some updating was necessary when it came to translating the songs to German. "It turned out to be surprisingly tricky," says Dörner. "While I feel more at home with my native German it made it a lot more complicated, as I had more options to phrase something."

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