10 Songs, 35 Minutes


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
35 Ratings
35 Ratings

We butter the bread with blood from your ears

Pretty good

UncleSlam Temple

Best album of 2015?...most definitely

I am blown away by this album! For some reason I waited over a year to get Goldkinder, (which is weird because I've been a HUGE fan of these guys since 2008) and when I first heard it I thought it was pretty good, but a far cry from their second album. As I listened to it more I thought it was amazing but still not as good as The Day The World Went Down. A couple of weeks ago I was just surfing the store for new music and I looked up WBTBWB but not expecting anything new when I saw Wieder Geil! And was shocked. I wasn't going to miss out and wait a year like I did with Goldkinder, so I got it and I'm very happy I did. Not only is this the best album of 2015 so far, but it comes DANGEROUSLY close to being just as good as The Day The World Went Down, which I still consider the best Deathcore album ever made (along with Gates of Punishment by Rose Funeral). If anything, this is by far their most structurally sound album to date. Instead of a 15+ track album, which leaves a lot of room for filler, they condensed it down to a solid ten tracks of extreme catchiness and top notch production clocking in at around 36 minutes. Chock Full of amazing cleans and memorable chorus lines along with the occasional alternative and industrial influence rather than their standard electronic mix, this is their most ambitious effort to date as well and will be very hard to beat. If you are a fan of WBTBWB, then you need this album like you need oxygen to breathe!


Wieder Geil

My favourite part is the title. I can't stop laughing at the title. Otherwise, I'm surprised at how good this album is. Good stuff.

About We Butter the Bread With Butter

Formed in 2007 by guitarist Marcel Neumann and singer/drummer Tobias Schultka, We Butter the Bread with Butter are a German metalcore band originating in the town of Lübben. Musically a heavy mix of metalcore and deathcore with electronic elements, the band's humorous name reflected their desire to avoid the bleak, nihilistic imagery common to many metal bands of that era. They signed with German label Redfield Records in 2008 to release their debut Das Monster aus dem Schrank and began touring Germany opening for established bands like Callejon, the Parachutes, and A Day to Remember. By the time they released their 2010 follow-up Der Tag an dem die Welt Unterging, the group had swelled into a quintet with the addition of second guitarist Kenneth Iain Duncan, bassist Maximilian Pauly Saux, and drummer Can Özgünsü. Shortly after the album's release, Schultka left to focus on a career outside of music and was replaced by vocalist Paul Bartzsch. Duncan would also part ways with the band prior to the release of their 2012 EP Projekt Herz. At this point, they had become quite established in Germany and Europe and had gained fans in North America despite having never toured there. Their third LP, 2013's Goldkinder, received a widespread release and charted well in Germany. Their fourth album, Wieder Geil!, arrived in 2015. ~ Timothy Monger

Lübben, Germany




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