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Spreu and weizen sig p

Country of origin: Germany
Location: Munich, Bavaria
Status: Active
Formed in: Jun 2009
Style: Martial Industrial, Neoclassical
Lyrical themes:
Last label: Fronte Nordico (2011)

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Sig­nore Pal­adino (r.n. Marco Nicola Wag­ner) - Seuchensturm

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"Spreu & Weizen is a Ger­man neo­clas­si­cal project founded in munich, june 2009 by Sig­nore Pal­adino. In the begin­ning, the group con­sisted of two mem­bers, Sig. P. and Hagalaz.
After a slight change in style, embody­ing, amongst oth­ers, black metal, neo­folk and psy­che­delic ele­ments, first con­cert plans were made, and gui­tarist Chris T. as well as flutist Iduna T. and Albrecht (bass) joined the group in the fol­low­ing year and left in june 2011. After a song on the free down­load com­pi­la­tion “Trib­ute to the dead sol­diers Vol. II” and a track on the “Sturm­reif” com­pi­la­tion, pro­duced by Castel­lum Stoufen­burc, the early releases of a split Cd-R with Der Jäger and the first album “Gott Erhalt’s” on Ufa Muzak (Rus­sia) and Rem­i­nis­cences Pro­duc­tions (China) lead to sev­eral col­lab­o­ra­tions with a num­ber of other artists.
Amongst oth­ers, a col­lab­o­ra­tion with Ger­man poet Uwe Lammla and Ger­man ­mar­tial indus­trial project Von Thron­stahl, which was based on Lammla’s poem “Deutsche Pas­sion”, was received with great enthu­si­asm.
The rapid sale of “Gott Erhalt’s” was the cause to work on a re-release (Roman Edi­tion) of the album with a bonus track on the label Ufa Muzak. In june 2011, their sec­ond album “Gott Vergelt’s” was released by Lichterk­lang with a lot of col­lab­o­ra­tion part­ners like Karma Marata, Art Abscons, Rose Rovine E Amanti and Von Thron­stahl. Espe­cially Josef Maria Klumb was a guest mem­ber on this album. A con­cert in Salzburg, Aus­tria, was can­celled by the orga­niz­ers ’cause of strain by antifas­cist move­ment and local news­pa­per pub­lish­ers.
Just a few months after releas­ing their sec­ond album, the label Fronte Nordico (Rus­sia) pub­lished a Split-LP between Von Thron­stahl and Spreu & Weizen, called “Pan-European Chris­t­ian Free­dom Move­ment”.
They col­lab­o­rated with Von Thron­stahl once again on their last album “Corona Impe­ri­alis” with a cou­ple of basic songs as a guest mem­ber, which was released by Trutzburg-Thule in octo­ber 2012. 2013 started with a exclu­sive remix called “Guer­ri­eri Impa­vidi” on Lupi Gla­d­ius’ album “Luca­nia” by Spreu & Weizen. At present, the group is work­ing on their third album, called “Gott Entflamm’s”. It will be released in end 2013. This CD will, once again, fea­ture sev­eral col­lab­o­ra­tions with inter­na­tional artists and the sin­gle “Gott Behüt’s”, which the­ma­tize the fall of jerusalem 1099 by chris­t­ian cru­saders.
Besides this, the gui­tar player Raja Anak Mata­hari and Frater Occul­tus (synth and co-vocals) joined the band in jan­u­ary 2013."

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Albums

Spreu & Weizen / Der Jager - Split ‎(CDr, Album, Ltd) Ufa Muzak UFA 31 2009
Gott Erhalt's (Roman Edition) ‎(CDr, Ltd, Rei) Ufa Muzak UFA 37 2010
Gott Erhalt's! ‎(CDr, Album, Ltd) Reminiscences Production RP02 2010
Von Thronstahl / Spreu & Weizen - Pan-European Christian Freedom Movement ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, sil) Fronte Nordico VTSW 2011
Gott Vergelt's! ‎(CD, Album + Box, Ltd) // ‎(CD, Album) Lichterklang LK 004 2011

Appearances

Albums

Marching Home and 7 more… Von Thronstahl - Corona Imperialis 2 versions Trutzburg Thule 2012
Rome's Rising (With Spreu & Weizen) Karma Marata - Das Sturmläuten ‎(CD, Ltd) SkullLine SLCD011-12 2012

Compilations

Heimkehr Various - Tribute To The Dead Soldiers (1914-1918) Vol. II ‎(24xFile, MP3, Comp) La Caverne Du Dragon LCDDFDL003 2009 1
Return Of The Warlord Various - Sturmreif: The New Underground Of Military Pop 2 versions Castellum Stoufenburc 2010
Return Of The Warlord (Predappio Version) Various - 5 Jahre Untergrund ‎(Cass, Comp, Ltd) Castellum Stoufenburc none 2013

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Spreu Weizen feat

Spreu Weizen feat. Von Thron­stahl und Uwe Lammla - Deutsche Passion