Originally a side project to The Moon lay hidden beneath a Cloud, Julius' first release as Der Blutharsch was a self-titled picture disc (1996), limited to 250 copies. Early Der Blutharsch recorded material was very dark ambient in sound, heavy on historic samples and post-industrial melodic drones. As the discography progressed, the material became more lively, with the more bombastic approach and a focus on a form of martial industrial with emphasis on neoclassical instrumentation combined with experimentalism. Subject matter and imagery largely derived from historical topics relating to the history of Germanic Europe.
With the release of Time Is Thee Enemy! in 2003, Julius took Der Blutharsch into the direction of a rock band. Gone were the martial aspects of Der Blutharsch, only apparent to some extent in promotional imagery. Instead of a one-man project, promotional material showcased the project as a fleshed out group. Live shows continued in this direction with a focus on placing the group further into the area of psychedelic rock. Subsequently, any traces of the previous focus on historical themes disappeared with new promotional imagery showcasing references to psychedelic pop art.
Live, Der Blutharsch started as a one-man electronic music show. Later, Albin Julius performed as a two or three man show, with martial drumming and spoken (or shouted) lyrics. This can be seen in the Gold Gab Ich Für Eisen (1999) and God Blast America! (filmed 2002, released 2011) videos. Later, Der Blutharsch became a full band, with acoustic instruments and female vocal accompaniment. Julius has since enlisted several musicians as "full time" members of the group with the setup of a traditional rock band. In September 2009 they played at the Incubate (festival) in Tilburg, Netherlands.
Symbolism and aesthetics
Originally, Der Blutharsch used a logo that was a single Sig Rune within a triangular shield, reading 'Der Blutharsch' in the upper portion of the triangle in a Fraktur font. This appeared on most early Der Blutharsch vinyl releases and on the original Der Blutharsch website, but was replaced on later pressings by the new logo.
On later Der Blutharsch releases, the original Sig Rune logo was replaced with an iron cross embellished with oak leaves. Reissues of old material also excluded the previous logo in favor of the 'new' logo.
Despite his repeated claims to the contrary, Julius' opponents have sometimes labeled his work as fascist. This conclusion is generally reached due to Julius' use of aesthetics that may appear fascistic and his additional use of military-related themes and aesthetics, including Third Reich-era material, in the composition of his works. Der Blutharsch however released a 7" split single with the Italian fascist band Zetazeroalfa, but worked as well with the anarchist left-wing band Terroritmo. Der Blutharsch recently published a split single in 7" vinyl alongside Italian band Sottofasciasemplice and a split single 7" with Austrian doom band Our Survival depends On Us.  
|Year||Title||Format, Special Notes|
|1996||First||7" (limited to 250 copies), CD (2001, Tesco)|
|1998||Der Sieg des Lichtes ist der Lebens Heil!||LP|
|1998||Der Gott der Eisen wachsen liess||LP|
|1999||Gold gab ich für Eisen||CD & video box|
|1999||The Pleasures Received in Pain||LP, CD (2006, Tesco)|
|2000||The Track of the Hunted||LP/CD|
|2002||When all else fails!||LP/CD (Tesco)|
|2004||Time is thee enemy!||CD (Tesco)|
|2004||Speech of Truth Will Be Eternal|
|2005||When Did Wonderland End?||555 copies in heavy weight black vinyl. 555 copies in red vinyl. CD with DVD.|
|2007||The Philosopher's Stone||CD/LP|
|2013||The Cosmic Trigger||CD/LP|
|Year||Title||Format, Special Notes|
|1999||Der Tod Im Juni||CD 5".|
|2003||Fire Danger Season|