Wumpscut are back

January 28, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · 1 Comment 

Rudy Ratzinger, who debuted with his project Wumpscut back in 1993, is arguably one of the electronic industrial scene’s greatest luminaries and has been an inspiring source of information many new bands through the years. Wumpscut’s early albums “Music for a Slaughering Tribe” remains a classic. Beyond that, Rudy released another 17 albums with the project. Now it’s time again. “Schrekk & Gaus” is the sequel to last year’s “Siamese” and the album is released in three editions, a regular CD, a special vinyl edition and a limited box with extra kind of frippery.

“Schrekk & Grau,” released April 22 via Betonkopf Media.

Tracks:

1. Rudolf Wolzek
2. Schrekk & Grauss
3. Muselmann
4. Elende Buben
5. Patient A.
6. Jiddisch Is a Zwillink
7. Wumpelstilz
8. Kikeriki
9. Zombibikini
10. Alles Aus

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