Real Name:
Daniel Erlacher
Eiterherd has been involved with experimental music since 1994, when he started off spinning electronic Hardcore/Gabber around Graz/Austria as well as in Maribor/Slovenia. At that time In 1995 he started focusing on composing on various trackers on the PC. In 1996 Eiterherd and Gwal founded the label Widerstand Records, which was the first pure electronic music label in Graz. The idea behind Widerstand Records was to deliver unconventional music as well as implementing nonprofit orientated ways of doing record business and having various political messages (anti-facist, people over profit, etc).


Praxis 30, Widerstand LP01 Eiterherd - 1984 Vs. 1999 (Vision Vs. Reality) album art Eiterherd 1984 Vs. 1999 (Vision Vs. Reality) (Album) Praxis, Widerstand Records Praxis 30, Widerstand LP01 UK 1999 Sell This Version
Volume 3 Eiterherd - Distorted Disco 2001 album art Eiterherd Distorted Disco 2001(Cass, Mixed) Sir Harris Tunes Volume 3 Germany 2001 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

widerstand 01 Eiterherd - Untitled album art Eiterherd / Gwal Eiterherd / Gwal - Untitled(12") Widerstand Records widerstand 01 Austria 1996 Sell This Version
widerstand 03 Eiterherd - Erase The Establishment! E.P. album art Eiterherd Erase The Establishment! E.P.(12", EP) Widerstand Records widerstand 03 Austria 1997 Sell This Version
SPF001 Eiterherd - Brachial Gewalt album art Eiterherd Brachial Gewalt(12") Special Forces SPF001 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
SRR 001 Eiterherd - 5 Finger Hat Die Hand Mit 5 Packst Du Den Feind! album art Eiterherd 5 Finger Hat Die Hand Mit 5 Packst Du Den Feind!(7", Ltd, Red) Silent Revolution Records SRR 001 Austria 1997 Sell This Version
zod.02 Eiterherd - Zod.02 album art Hecate / Eiterherd Hecate / Eiterherd - Zod.02 Zod zod.02 US 2001 Sell This Version
POFF LTD 04 Eiterherd - Novus Ordo Seculorum album art Xanopticon vs Eiterherd Xanopticon vs Eiterherd - Novus Ordo Seculorum(12") Peace Off, Hurry Up Limited POFF LTD 04 France 2001 Sell This Version


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February 25, 2021
Eiterherd should be both known by running his Widerstand label and his solo work as a producer and performer. He started with Experimental Hardcore, a bit in the vein of Fischkopf or Praxis, but with relentless fierce drumming and a whole overload of noize, as well as a talent for procuring good and creative samples. This is some really angry, confrontial Hardcore, bordering on Speedcore. Later he switched to broken beats and Breakcore, and became a master of that style; also one of the original Early Breakcore artists.

With Widerstand - the german word for resistance - he not only released his own output but producers auch as Acid Enema, Berzerker, Lasse Steen... it's a label whose name was burnt into the history of Hardcore. Eiterherd was never afraid of voicing his political opinions, both in his tracks and his work for Widerstand (which includes a release built upon samples from the "1984" movie), and I think only a politically charged mind can pack so much anger, but also hope, in his tracks.

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