Register Forgot login?

© 2002-2019
Encyclopaedia Metallum

Best viewed
without Internet Explorer,
in 1280 x 960 resolution
or higher.

Privacy Policy

Horn > Feldpost
Horn - Feldpost
Horn discography (main)
< Konflikt
Turm am Hang
Horn discography (all)
< Konflikt
Turm am Hang



Release date:
November 6th, 2015
Catalog ID:
NSP 140
Version desc.:
Limited edition digipak
Northern Silence Productions
900 copies
1 review (avg. 70%)
1. Drei Spaten am Grab 06:07   Show lyrics
  (loading lyrics...)
2. Die Würfel rollen wieder 07:18   Show lyrics
  (loading lyrics...)
3. Wache schreibt... 05:47   Show lyrics
  (loading lyrics...)
4. ...und keiner wüsst' von Flandern 05:30   Show lyrics
  (loading lyrics...)
5. Die verlorene Rotte 09:18   Show lyrics
  (loading lyrics...)
6. Überall und über allem 09:05   Show lyrics
  (loading lyrics...)
Band members
Nerrath All instruments
Miscellaneous staff
Marco Brinkmann Recording, Mixing, Mastering
Nerrath All instruments
Marco Brinkmann Recording, Mixing, Mastering
Read Horn - Feldpost 70% Witchfvcker November 8th, 2015

"Die verlorene Rotte" and "Überall und über allem" are re-recordings of the original tracks presented on "Distanz".

"Drei Spaten am Grab" is based on the German World War I traditional "Bald, allzubalde" by Ernst Brockmann written in 1916.

"Die Würfel rollen wieder" and "Die verlorene Rotte" are loosely based on "Die Bauern wollen freie sein", a German folk song from the 16th century.

"und keiner wüsst' von Flandern" is based on the war poem "In Flanders field" by the Canadian Lieutenant John McCrae written in 1915.

The cover and booklet artwork contains extracts from a series of field postcard images called "Abendfrieden in Feindesland".

Recording information:

Recorded at Hellforge Studios in March/June 2015.


Barcode: 4046661415926

Added by: TheStormIRide Modified by: Putago
Added on: 2015-08-11 14:46:16 Last modified on: 2019-08-03 22:57:11