"Megaherz" (''Mega-heart'' and a pun on the homophone megahertz) is a German NDH group. The band was formed in 1993 in southern Germany. One of the most famous songs of the band is "Gott Sein" (English: ''To Be God'') on their second album "Wer Bist Du?" (''Who Are You?''). They have never said publicly if their name is taken from the Kraftwerk song of the same name.
Megaherz has gone through many changes in musical style from the founding to today. Their early works are a sort of dark alternative metal, comparable to American 90's bands such as Faith No More, whereas recent works are comparable to bands such as OOMPH! and Rammstein. After Noel Pix joined the band as the keyboarder, their music started to show more of an industrial influence. The band's first example of this step towards industrial metal would be their third album, Kopfschuss.
In October 2002, vocalist Alexx Wesselsky announced that he would be leaving the band because of creative differences, but he would finish the current tour. He officially left the band on January 1, 2003. He has since formed the group Eisbrecher with another departed member, Noel Pix. In April of the same year, the remaining membe...
|music genre||Neue Deutsche Härte|
|current members|| Christian 'X-ti' Bystron (guitar)|
Wenz (bass guitar)
Franz Gegerle (drums)
|past members|| Oliver Pohl (guitar)|
Jürgen Zink (drums)
Jürgen Schlachter (drums)
Mathias Elsholz (vocals)
Noel Pix (keyboard (music)