NebelWiki

NebelWiki

HISTORY

The band surpasses 10.000 monthly listeners on Spotify.

Aus deutschen Landen is released as the Bands debut EP.

Wir lieben die Stürme is released as the first single of the upcoming debut EP.

Nebelhaus release with Slawa Ukrajini a very cointroversial but successful song.

Nebelhaus release their version of Rammsteins Feuerräder.

Karussell is released as the 3rd fully produced single and features Agnetha Ivers as guest vocalist in the chorus.

The NDH cover of Günthers Ding Dong Song is released

The 3rd and last demo song of the “Till Lindemann Trilogy” is released. All lyrics are based on Tills poems. Thjis one took the original poem that was altered by Rammstein for the song Puppe.

Lovedoll is the first fully produced song. Mixed by Benjamin Schwenen (Eisbrecher) and mastered by Svante Forsbäck (LINDEMANN).

As celebration of the 20 years of Rammsteins Mutter, Nebelhaus made a cover of Halleluja

Sonntag bei Omi is the second demo release by Nebelhaus.

Aderlass is the bands first release as Nebelhaus, although it is in demo quality, it has a lot of positive feedback

Kammerjaeger sends his first vocals to Tim for the song Sonntag bei Omi

Tim uploades the first song “Schattentanz” as a fan made demo instrumental

SONGS

Songname                             Released                                 

Trivia

Abschied

No

Calm song, inspired by Ohne Dich    

Aderlass

 

Yes

 

Lyrics based on the poem “Nebel” by Till Lindemann

Alle Jahre wieder

No

Christmas themed song, may feature Agnetha Ivers

Angst

 

Yes

 

Instrumental from the Untitled album, inspired by Sehnsucht Era, features original Synths from that time

Auf einem Jägergrab

 

Yes

 

Based on an old soldier song from WW2

Blutfisch

 

 

Yes

 

 

Instrumental from the Untitled album, inspired by Herzeleid Era, features original Synths from Flakes Keyboard

Cybertod

Yes

Instrumental from the Untitled album

Слава Україні

No

Based on the Invasion of Russia in Ukraine.

Der Piet am Galgen

No

Unused Song written for the “Aus deutschen Landen” EP

Das Boot

 

Yes

 

Instrumental from the Untitled album, inspired by Herzeleid Era, features original Synths from Flakes Keyboard

Doppelgänger

No

Dornen und Disteln

 

Yes

 

Based on  the „Kindesmörderin“ from Brandenburg , bzw. Cottbus , approx. 1856

Fausthaus

 

Yes

 

Instrumental from the Untitled Album, inspired by Till Lindemanns poem “Fausthaus”

Feuerkrieger

 

No

 

Lyrics are about how music helps against depression, featuring guest musicians and a rap part

Friedhof

 

Yes

 

Instrumental from the Untitled Album

Fütter mich

Yes

Instrumental from the Untitled Album

Hare Krishna

 

 

 

Yes

 

 

 

Instrumental from the Untitled Album, Inspired by the fake leak of a Rammstein song and the poem by Till Lindemann

Heimweh

No

Honka

No

Based on the murders of Fritz Honka

Hausmannskost

No

Very explicit lyrics

Kein Glück

No

Lyrics written by Kammerjaeger in 2015

Karussell

Yes

Features Agnetha Ivers, co-written by Walter Kuhlmann

Krieg

 

Yes

 

Instrumental from the Untitled Album

Lieb sind sie doch

 

Yes

 

Based on the opera „Wie einst im Mai“, premiered on 4th of October 1913, Berliner Theater

Lovedoll

 

Yes

 

Mixed by Benjamin Schwenen (Eisbrecher) and mastered by Svante Forsbäck (LINDEMANN)

Messer

Yes

Inspired by the poem “Messer” by Till Lindemann

Pendejo

No


Schattentanz

Yes

Instrumental from the Untitled Album

Seid bereit

 

 

 

Yes

 

 

 

Instrumental from the Untitled Album, based on the unreleased song “Seid bereit” by Rammstein, recorded during the Mutter session.

Sonntag bei Omi

 

 

 

Yes

 

 

 

Based on the poem “Großmutter” by Till Lindemann and the unreleased song “Sonntag bei Omi” by Rammstein

Spiegel

No


Texas

No


Tod nach Noten

 

 

Yes

 

 

Instrumental from the Untitled Album, inspired by the poem “Tod nach Noten” by Till Lindemann

Wenn Mutti spät zur Arbeit geht

 

Yes

 

Based on the poem with the same name by Till Lindemann, was reworked for “Puppe” by Rammstein

Wir lieben die Stürme

Yes

Based on a pirate folk tale from the 20th century

Wo alle Straßen enden

Yes

Based on soldier song, originated from “Marsch der Verdammten”

COVERS

Ding Dong Song

Yes

Cover of the Ding Dong Song by Günther

Feuerräder

Yes

Cover of the 1994 song “Feuerräder” by Rammstein

Halleluja

Yes

Cover of “Halleluja” by Rammstein

Ich hasse Kinder

Yes

Cover of the song “Ich hasse Kinder” by Till Lindemann

GEAR

Hardware

Software

  • Steinberg Cubase
  • Kontakt
  • Amadeus Orchestra
  • u-he Hive 2
  • Superior Drummer 3
  • Neural DSP Fortin NTF Suite
  • Neural DSP Parallax
  • FabFilter

Wishlist

  • Schecter SLS Elite C-1 Evil Twin
  • Schecter SLS Evil Twin-5 SBK
  • Alesis Strike Pro Special Edit
  • Tama HP900RWNBK Rol. G. Iron Cobra
  • Steinberg Cubase Pro 11
  • Slate Digital ML-1Matte Black
  • Neural DSP Archetype: Petrucci

CREDITS

Mixing

  • Benjamin Schwenen
  • Christoph Ranaldi
  • Tim Nightpain
  • Kammerjaeger

Mastering

  • Svante Forsbäck
  • Jens Dreesen
  • Tim Nightpain