MCB - GERMANY

Gelbkreuz - 1992 - KS


  
 
Members

S= Charlie Ludwig - Mike Demnitz
G= Buzz Dee [Sebastian Baur] - Danger>>MAIK ZÜHLKE
B= Mike Demnitz
D= BASTI PFUND



History

MCB was an East German heavy metal band that exceptionally made itself known in West Germany as well. The band was formed in 1983 and issued a live recording in 1985. Motörhead inspired the sound and image. It was called Mitschnitt Des Rundfunks or 'a recording from the broadcast.' The band appeared on a sampler with Plattform and the German Cobra. Ironically, the band split up just after the crumbling of the Iron Wall.

The band reappeared in 2002 with an album of Rammstein-influenced material.

The group was named after the founding members, Mike-Charly-Bernd, but later changed its meaning to Motor-City-Barbaren or 'Motor City Barbarians.' Aside from Demnitz the other two were guitarist Charlie Ludwig and drummer Bernd Schilansky.

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