Nitzer Ebb to release ‘Live At Markthalle Hamburg’

Nitzer Ebb have today announced a live double-vinyl album;

‘Live At Markthalle Hamburg’ will be released as a strictly limted edition of just 500 copies, presented in a gatefold sleeve with full colour inserts, the recording being captured during the 2011 Blackfield Festival, Hamburg.

There will be two versions avalable; a transparent edition (400 copies) and a luxury box-set which includes a red vinyl version (100 copies) T-shirt, metal pin badge, flag and poster.


A1: Intro 3:17
A2: Let Your Body Learn 3:03
A3: Shame 3:15
A4: Hearts and Minds 4:01
A5: Once You Say 3:53

B1: Lightning Man 4:28
B2: For Fun 3:44
B3: Hit you Back 4:29
B4: Blood Money 4:41
B5: Payroll 3:13

C1: Godhead 4:33
C2: Ascend 3:54
C3: On Your Knees 4:18
C4: Murderous 3:50
C5: Control I´m here 4:16

D1: Join In The Chant 9:35
D2: Getting Closer 4:39
D3: I Give To You 6:02

The album is to be released via Records and can be ordered direct from the labels Shop – A DVD version of the concert was released on December 2nd which includes an interview with both Bon HArris and Douglas J McCarthy.

The release rapidly follows Nitzer Ebb front man Douglas J McCarthy’s first solo album ‘Kill Your Friends’ which was released via Pylon Records in November 2012.

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