iTunes

Opening the iTunes Store.If iTunes doesn't open, click the iTunes application icon in your Dock or on your Windows desktop.Progress Indicator
Opening the iBooks Store.If iBooks doesn't open, click the iBooks app in your Dock.Progress Indicator
iTunes

iTunes is the world's easiest way to organize and add to your digital media collection.

We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. To preview and buy music from Frozen - EP by Girls Under Glass, download iTunes now.

Already have iTunes? Click I Have iTunes to open it now.

I Have iTunes Free Download
iTunes for Mac + PC

Frozen - EP

Girls Under Glass

Open iTunes to preview, buy, and download music.

Customer Reviews

Girls Under Glass: "Frozen"

After two years of waiting, we have something new and excellent from this very dynamic German group. With their EP Frozen, they provide us with such a huge range of musical influences, genres and their wonderful talent. This cd jumps from one end of the spectrum to the other with its grinding guitars on one track, ebm rhythms and synths in other tracks and just the shear power that Girls Under Glass is famous for. The cover of Madonna's song "Frozen" is real treat. I've never been a huge fan of Madonna, but this rendition is awesome. Starting off with the synths and slow percussion that builds up to the powerful grinding guitars with the vocoded vocals underneath. The chorus jumps out at you with the guitars and Zaphor's powerfulvoice that fans have come to enjoy over the years. The next track is a remix of "Wings" (appearing on Equilibrium) by Bruno Kramm of Das Ich. This really surprised me, because when I saw the credits I figured it would be a more hard-driving mix, but it is quite tranquile which mixes nice with un-named female vocals that appear on this song. A highlight to this album is the very under-played song "The Bitter End" which also appears on the Firewalker album. This track is possibly one of the most emotionally powerful tracks recorded by this group. It is a real treat to have it on this EP for those that don't have the harder-edged import album. "Desire Lasts Forever" (appearing on Equilibrium)is the next track that keeps that dark, brooding feeling. The excellent bass loops and synths, along with the mellow percussion all fused together with the dark, distorted vocals make this short song a masterpiece. "Grey In Grey" is treat for synthpop fans of Wolfsheim because it features Peter Heppner on vocals. This is a nice rendition, putting aside the grinding guitars and toning down to that nice synthpop sound. "Don't Be Afraid" (appearing on Christus) marks the finale for this 30 minute EP. This low-toned, slower and more laid back track features again the un-named female vox on backup. It makes for a fine ending to a nice EP. Jacob Bogedahl, Gothic Paradise

Strange Cover of MADONNA

Ok, "Frozen" is a dark song to begin with so its somewhat fitting to make a "gothic/industrial" version, and the vocal treatment on the verses are cool, but eek! The chorus vocals are WAY too Rammstien. They turned a beautifully haunting song into Rammstien! The music even gets a bit ruined by the 2nd verse once the metal guitars come in. If you like "Frozen" originally, stick to it. This is for the hardcore Madonna fans and ofcorse, this band. "Wings" (Das Ich Mix) is actually pretty good though. Its a bit Depeche Mode/Apoptygma Berzerk with a female singer (which should have sung "Frozen"). So, please, don't let my review stop u from checking it out, but it's just not for everyone.

Beautiful.

This album really spoke to me, it really made me think about the things in my life. The song that really touched me the most was 'Frozen' because it literally reflects a position I'm in right now with a man I love. Girls Under Glass and their `Frozen EP` is amazing. A must buy if you like Wolfsheim and anyother industrial/electronic artists!

Biography

Formed: 1986

Genre: Goth Rock

Years Active: '90s

The electro-industrial three-piece Girls Under Glass formed in 1986 around vocalist/guitarist Volker Zacharias along with programmers Hauke Harms and Axel Ermes (plus occasional live bandmates Marcus Giltjes on drums and guitarists Mark Wheeler and Raj Sen Gupta). Girls Under Glass began recording with 1988's Humus, and though Zacharias (as well as Ermes) played a consistent role in the Cassandra Complex beginning in...
Full Bio
Frozen - EP, Girls Under Glass
View In iTunes

Customer Ratings

Contemporaries