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AUF TOUR IM OKTOBER! Big Scary Monsters (La Dispute, Gnarwolves, Minus The Bear) freut sich jetzt, das Debut-Album zu veröffentlichen.nnBig Scary Monsters (La Dispute, Gnarwolves, Minus The Bear) freut sich jetzt, das Debut-Album zu veröffentlichen. SLEEP KIT ist eine Co-op von Freunden aus Aachen und Maastricht. Alle Mitglieder der Band kommen aus der DIY-Punkszene und spielten zuvor in anderen Bands. Nachdem sie einige Shows gespielt hatten und Acts wie DIE DIE DIE oder CASPIAN supporteten, nahmen sie ihre erste EP auf, welche sie selbst als Tape veröffentlichten. Sleep Kit is a three piece band from Maastricht (NL) and Cologne (GER) that formed in 2012 directly after all three members moved up to roughly the same area. They started rehearsing in a squatted war bunker that is now a social centre. Shortly after that they recorded their first self-titled EP which was mixed by Jack Shirley at The Atomic Garden Studio in San Fransisco. The followup to their EP, a brand new full length record entitled 'II' was written over the course of six months in 2014 and 2015. The album is warm, melancholic, instinctively written, energetic, heavy, and full of surprises. Compared to their debut EP, their songwriting skills grew like a giant beanstalk, and they really put a lot of effort into creating a good, distinctive sound. Recorded under very mysterious circumstances and again, mixed and mastered by Jack Shirley at The Atomic Garden Studio in San Fransisco. The cover art was again made by one of their favourite comic artists, Nick Drnaso. Their influences range from noise rock icons Sonic Youth to heavy, slow paced sludge. From gruffy punk like Jawbreaker to weird indie rock like early Modest Mouse or even the midwestern sad songs of Songs: Ohia but honestly, Sleep Kit doesn't sound anything like the bands mentioned above. Their songwriting approach is hardly conceptual: it's purely organic, defined by different personalities and tastes. Eine aggressive Mischung aus Indie beeinflussten Punk-Rock der an 90er Releases von Sub Pop, Merge, Touch & Go und K Records erinnert, 90er Emo und Hardcore wie man ihn auf Labels wie Ebullition, Gravity, usw. findet. TRACKS: 01. Standby me 02. Spruw 03. Discontent/Disconnect 04. Foster Ghost Plan 05. I'da Called You Eti, Erik 06. Magnitogorsk 07. Solsbury Chill 08. Piñata Beehive 09. 't Dörp
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Otto Friedrich Wilhelm Freiherr von der Wenge Graf Lambsdorff, known as Otto Graf Lambsdorff, (20 December 1926 5 December 2009) was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party. Lambsdorff was born in Aachen (Rhineland) to Herbert Graf Lambsdorff and Eva, née von Schmidt. He attended school in Berlin and Brandenburg an der Havel and became an officer cadet in the Wehrmacht in 1944. In April 1945 he was severely wounded in an Allied strafe attack and lost his lower left leg. Lambsdorff was a prisoner of war until 1946. After World War II he passed his Abitur and studied law at the Universities of Bonn and Cologne where he obtained a PhD.
Otto II (955 December 7, 983), called the Red, was the third ruler of the Saxon or Ottonian dynasty, the son of Otto the Great and Adelaide of Italy. Born in the year 955, Otto received his education under the care of his uncle, Bruno, archbishop of Cologne, and his illegitimate half-brother, William, archbishop of Mainz. Needing to put his affairs in order prior to his descent into Italy, his father had Otto elected German king at Worms in 961, and crowned at Aachen Cathedral on May 26, 961. Later, he was crowned joint Emperor at Rome by Pope John XIII on December 25, 967. Although the nominal co-ruler, he exercised no real authority until the death of his father.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rudolf Schwarz (15 May 1897, Strasbourg 3 April 1961, Cologne) was a German architect known for his work on Kirche St. Fronleichnam, Aachen. He also played a decisive role in the reconstruction of Cologne after the Second World War. After conducting Cologne's reconstruction authority between 1947 and 1952 he contributed to the rebuilding of the city with his buildings. Among them is the Wallraf-Richartz Museum (1956), which now houses the Museum of Applied Art. He also reconstructed the pilgrimage Church of Saint Anne in Düren, near Aachen, which is probably his most famous work. Schwarz worked closely with the Fr. Romano Guardini at Burg Rothenfels, where he designed the chapel for Quickborn, a large German Catholic youth movement ran by Guardini.
Aachen is a historic spa city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It was a favoured residence of Charlemagne, and the place of coronation of the medieval Kings of Germany. It is the westernmost city of Germany, located along its borders with Belgium and the Netherlands, 65 km (40 mi) west of Cologne.
Roer is the name of a département of the First French Empire in present day Germany and the Netherlands. It was named after the river Rur, which flows through the département. It was formed in 1795, when the Southern Netherlands and the left bank of the Rhine were occupied by the French. The département de la Roer was formed from the duchies of Jülich and Cleves, the part of the Archbishopric of Cologne left of the Rhine, the free city of Aachen, the Prussian part of the duchy of Guelders and some smaller territories. In 1805 the city Wesel was added to the département.
Henry III (29 October 1017 5 October 1056), called the Black or the Pious, was a member of the Salian Dynasty of Holy Roman Emperors. He was the eldest son of Conrad II of Germany and Gisela of Swabia and his father made him duke of Bavaria (as Henry VI) in 1026, after the death of Duke Henry V. On Easter Day 1028, his father having been crowned Holy Roman Emperor, Henry was elected and crowned King of Germany in the cathedral of Aachen by Pilgrim, Archbishop of Cologne. After the death of Herman IV, Duke of Swabia in 1038, his father gave him that duchy (as Henry I) as well as the kingdom of Burgundy, which Conrad had inherited in 1033. Upon the death of his father on June 4, 1039, he became sole ruler of the kingdom and was crowned emperor by Pope Clement II in Rome (1046).