Colour Haze

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Colour Haze
Colour Haze Group Photo.jpg
Colour Haze: Stefan Koglek, Philipp Rasthofer, Manfred Merwald performing live in The Netherlands on 15 August 2008
Background information
OriginMunich, Germany
GenresStoner rock
Psychedelic rock
Years active1994–present
LabelsElektrohasch Schallplatten
MembersStefan Koglek
Philipp Rasthofer
Manfred Merwald
Past membersTim Höfer
Christian Wiesner
Felix Neuenhoff

Colour Haze is a stoner/psychedelic rock group from Munich, Germany, consisting of singer and guitarist Stefan Koglek, drummer Manfred Merwald and bassist Philipp Rasthofer.

Formed in the mid-nineties, Colour Haze is one of the oldest German stoner outfits, and have since then become one of the flagships of the German stoner rock scene. Tours of the band have included headline spots at smaller national and international rock festivals, such as the U.S. festival Emissions from the Monolith in 2006 alongside Orange Goblin, Boris, and General Tso.[1] Local media coverage have included a broadcast of a concert on national television, when Colour Haze appeared at Rockpalast in 2007.[2]

Emerging from a sound heavily influenced by Black Sabbath, Grand Funk Railroad on their first records, they moved away from a heavy to a more melodic sound, e.g. on their album All (2008), as remarked by Denmark's LowCut webzine.[3]


Current Line Up[edit]

Former Members[edit]

  • Tim Höfer - Drums (1994–1997)
  • Christian Wiesner - Bass guitar (1994–1998)
  • Felix Neuenhoff - Vocals (1997–1999)


Studio albums[edit]

  • Chopping Machine CD (1995 David Records)
  • Seven CD (1998 "Selfburn" Records)
  • Periscope CD (1999 Toaster Records)
  • CO2 LP/CD (2000 Homegrown Records/MonsterZeroRecords)
  • Ewige Blumenkraft LP/CD (2001 MonsterZeroRecords)
  • Los Sounds de Krauts LP/CD (2003 Nasoni Records/Elektrohasch Records)
  • Colour Haze LP/CD (2004 Elektrohasch Records)
  • Tempel LP/CD (2006 Elektrohasch Records)
  • All LP/CD (2008 Elektrohasch Records)
  • She Said LP/CD (2012 Elektrohasch Records)
  • To The Highest Gods We Know LP/CD (2014 Elektrohasch Records)
  • In Her Garden LP/CD (2017 Elektrohasch Records)

Live Albums[edit]

  • Burg Herzberg Festival 18. Juli 2008 DCD (2009 Herzbergverlag)
  • Live Vol.1 - Europa Tournee 2015 2CD/3LP ltd (2016 Elektrohasch Records)


  • Periscope LP/CD (2003 Elektrohasch Records)


  • Colour Haze/Color Cacas Swamp Room Single Club Split 7 inch (2001 Swamp Room Records)
  • Colour Haze/Gas Giant Split 7 inch (2004 Elektrohasch Records)
  • Colour Haze/Hypnos 69 Split 10 inch (2004 Elektrohasch Records)


  • Live At The Himmelreich 23.03.2002 VHS (2002 Self Released)

Compilation appearances[edit]


  1. ^ (2006-04-17). "Emissions from the Monolith Festival News". Archived from the original on 2007-08-16. Retrieved 2009-04-28.
  2. ^ WDR (2007-10-19). "Rockpalast - Bands - Colour Haze". Rockpalast. Retrieved 2009-04-29.
  3. ^ Lowcut (2008-08-09). "All album review". Lowcut. Archived from the original on 2017-01-15. Retrieved 2009-04-30.

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