Emil Bulls

Members of Emil Bulls: Andy Bock, Christian Schneider, Christoph von Freydorf, Citnoh, Fabian Füss, Klaus Kössinger, Stephan Karl
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.emilbulls.de, http://www.myspace.com/emilbulls, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emil_Bulls, http://lyrics.wikia.com/Emil_Bulls, http://rateyourmusic.com/artist/emil_bulls, http://www.allmusic.com/artist/emil-bulls-mn0000726638, http://www.spirit-of-metal.com/groupe-groupe-Emil_Bulls-l-pl.html

Discography of Emil Bulls:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Angel Delivery Service 13 Audio 2001 Island Records
2 Angel Delivery Snippet 4 Audio 2001 Island Records
3 The Black Path 14 Audio 2008 Drakkar Records
4 Take On Me 5 Audio 2001-10-29 Island Records
5 Smells Like Rock 'n' Roll 2 Audio 2001 Island Records
6 This Day 3 Audio 2003 Motor Music
7 Angel Delivery Service 13 Audio 2001 Island Records
8 Tomorrow I'll Be Back Home 3 Audio 2002 Island Records
9 Take On Me 3 Audio 2001 Island Records
10 Leaving You With This 5 Audio 2001 Island Records
11 Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea 3 Audio 2011-08-15 Drakkar Records
12 Oceanic 14 Audio 2011 Drakkar Records
13 The Southern Comfort 16 Audio 2005-06-20 Pirate Records (3)
14 Monogamy 14 Audio 2000-05-21 Oh My Sweet Records
15 Magnificent Lies 2 Audio 2005 Pirate Records (3)
16 Angel Delivery Service 13 Audio 2001 Island Records
17 The Black Path 14 Audio 2008-04-04
18 Phoenix 13 Audio 2009-09-25
19 Oceanic 17 Audio 2011-09-30
20 The Black Path 18 Audio 2009 Drakkar Records
21 Phoenix - The Singles 2 Audio 2009 Drakkar Records
22 Take On Me 6 Audio 2001-10-29 Island Records
23 Phoenix 18 Audio 2009 Drakkar Records
24 The Most Evil Spell 2 Audio 2008 Drakkar Entertainment GmbH
25 Phoenix 13 Audio 2009-09-25 Drakkar Records
26 Red Dick's Potato Garden 13 Audio 1997 Not On Label (Emil Bulls Self-released)
27 Sacrifice To Venus 15 Audio 2014-08-08 AFM Records
28 Sacrifice To Venus 13 Audio 2014-08-08 AFM Records
29 Take On Me 5 Audio 2001 Island Records
30 Sacrifice To Venus 13 Audio 2014-08-08 AFM Records
31 Sacrifice To Venus 13 Audio 2014-08-08 AFM Records
32 The Black Path 14 Audio 2008-04-04 Not on Label


Emil Bulls is a German alternative metal band that was formed in 1995 in Munich, Bavaria. The group currently consists of two guitarists, a bass guitar player, a drummer and a vocalist/guitarist.

In 1995, Christoph "Christ" von Freydorf (vocals) and Stefan "Fini" Finauer (drums), pupils of a convent school, founded the band together with Christoph's church choir friend Jamie "Citnoh" Richardson (bass guitar). They were joined by Stephan Karl "Moik" and Franz Wickenhäuser (both guitar). The band was founded in Hohenschäftlarn near Munich. The name Emil Bulls is derived from a children's movie.



In 1996, they recorded their first CD Red Dick’s Potatoe Garden themselves. The CD is in great demand today because of its small circulation. In 1997, they attended the Emergenza festival and finished third in the European competition. For this competition they hired DJ Paul Rzyttka (known as DJ Zamzoe) who afterwards became a permanent member of the band.



After a long tour, their album Monogamy was released by the indie record label Oh My Sweet Records. The record could only be purchased through the internet or during live shows. Monogamy was noticed by Island Records, which offered the band a recording deal. Some of the songs on Monogamy and a few new songs were recorded. The result was Angel Delivery Service, released in 2001. The album was already out of stock a few months later. A new edition was released including a cover version of A-Ha's "Take on Me". The songs "Smells Like Rock'n'Roll", "Leaving You with This" and "Take on Me" were released as singles.



In May 2002, Porcelain was released through Motor Music. "The Coolness of Being Wretched" and "This Day" were released as singles. Between June 2001 and August 2002, the band played 129 live shows including Rock am Ring. In August 2003, drummer Stefan Finauer left the band to go to university. He was replaced by Fabian Fab Füß. In 2003, the band played some shows in Canada and the United States.



On June 20, 2005, The Southern Comfort was released on Pirate Records. It was the last record with DJ Zamzoe.



In February 2007, the live and acoustic album The Life Acoustic was released. The album, which was recorded in Pullach in 2006, was followed by an acoustic tour.



The following album The Black Path was released on April 4, 2008, on Drakkar records. It is the hardest record of the band so far and was recorded in Hannover by Benny Richer (Caliban, Krypteria). The single "The Most Evil Spell" was offered as a free download.



In 2009, Chrissy Schneider left the band and was replaced by Andy Bock, who was the guitar player of From Constant Visions. On September 25, 2009, Phoenix was released. "Here Comes The Fire" was offered as a free download on their website. In September 2009, a music video of "When God Was Sleeping" was released.



The band is currently preparing its latest studio offering Oceanic, to be released on September 30, 2011.

Videography:

"Smells Like Rock'N'Roll"

"Leaving You With This"

"Take On Me"

"This Day"

"Serenity Now"

"Newborn"

"Friday Night"

"Mongoose"

"The Most Evil Spell"

"Worlds Apart"

"When God Was Sleeping"

"Nothing In This World"

"The Architecs Of My Apocalypse"

"The Jaws Of Oblivion"

"Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea"

"The Knight In Shining Armour"


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