Eisenfunk

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Eisenfunk
Black-and-white image with a man holding a microphone in the foreground, a man on a keyboard and another at a drumkit in the background.
Eisenfunk at the 2012 Amphi Festival
Background information
OriginGermany
GenresEBM
Years active2006 (2006)–2014 (2014)
LabelsBiohazzard Records
Members
  • Michael Mayer
  • Arthur Stauder
  • Toni Schulz
Websiteeisenfunk.de

Eisenfunk was a German Electronic body music (EBM) band.

History[edit]

The band was founded by Michael Mayer in early 2006. They published its first EP, Funkferngesteuert later that year. In 2007, Arthur Stauder and Toni Schulz joined the group. That same year the band released their first CD, the eponymous Eisenfunk, and began playing live shows.[1]

In July 2012, the band played at the Amphi Festival in Cologne, Germany.[2]

In May 2014 the band announced the end of the Eisenfunk project. Eisenfunk's last official concert took place on 17 May 2014, in Ingolstadt, Germany. Despite this, their music is still played online, and is still gaining popularity amongst new cybergoths.

Discography[edit]

  • Funkferngesteuert (EP, 2006)
  • Eisenfunk (2007)
  • 300 (EP, 2008)
  • Schmerzfrequenz (2009)
  • 8 Bit (2010)
  • Pentafunk (2011)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dolphen, Peter (October 2012). "Interview: Eisenfunk" (PDF). Peek-A-Boo Music Magazine. Ghent, BE (7): 10. Retrieved 15 February 2022.
  2. ^ "Archvie 2012". Amphi Festival. Retrieved 16 February 2022.

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