Allerseelen ‎– Neuschwabenland

Aorta ‎– AORCD05
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1 Einstieg 2:30
2 Mit Fester Hand 6:33
3 Nornar Nagli
Voice [Contains Voice Of] – Sveinbjörn Beinteinsson
4 Gläserne Kugel 4:49
5 Panzergarten 6:27
6 Cordon Dorado 1:55
7 König
Performer [Inspired By] – Kirlian Camera
8 Isländische Umarmungen 6:02
9 Idun 4:26
10 Hartung 5:48
11 Julmond 5:15
12 Neuschwabenland 4:40
13 Blonder Wein
Lyrics By [Reciting From] – Rainer Maria RilkeVoice – Oskar Werner
14 Wiederkehr 5:20

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed ByPanteon – 01070AA0


  • Design [Gestaltung]Salt
  • Vocals [Gesang]Sabine*
  • Vocals [Gesang], Performer [Tonkunst], Design [Gestaltung]Kadmon


These fin de siècle military pop songs were recorded in MIM (1999).

"König" is inspired by the song "Motionless" by Kirlian Camera.

"Blonder Wein" contains the voice of Oskar Werner reciting from Rainer Maria Rilke, "Die Weise von Liebe" und "Tod des Cornets Christoph Rilke"

"Das Eis war einer unserer großen Lehrmeister, wie es der Winter noch heute ist" (Ernst Jünger) [from booklet]

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: Panteon 01070AA0 *
  • Mastering SID Code: none
  • Mould SID Code: none

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Ahnstern 7 Allerseelen Neuschwabenland(2xLP, Ltd, RM) Ahnstern Ahnstern 7 Austria 2008 Sell This Version
none Allerseelen Neuschwabenland(CDr, Album, Promo) Ahnstern none Austria 2008 Sell This Version
AORCD05 Promo Allerseelen Neuschwabenland(CDr, Promo) Aorta AORCD05 Promo Austria 2000 Sell This Version


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May 9, 2017

ALLERSEELEN at his best, surpassing the genre of industrial neofolk, this is orchestral military arctic pop perfection more close to GAS (oh yes) rather than to DERNIERE VOLONTE. And Gerhard is not alone here: besides Sabine, who is again transforming a song into a hymn (remember: Flamme, Alle Lust will Ewigkeit, and now Neuschwabenland), some other prominent figures joined the party: Ernst Jünger preaches the discipline of ice, Herman Hesse boasts on his inner transformation, Rainer Maria Rilke toasts to hyper realities, Friedrich Nietzsche frowns silent in the corner since he knows it all. Who needs drugs with albums like this.


August 30, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Despite I hear many voices against this album and this band in general, I have actually quite enjoyed "Neuschwabenland". A bunch of dark, static beats, looped samples (some of them from U96!), and German utterances. Altogether it creates quite an atmosphere of a cellar with cobwebs and fungi stench around, used mainly for some neo-Nazi masohists' get together. It's fun, lively, and a bit unpredictable, although it requires a listener's sympathy for dark, neofolkish, or postindustrial climate.