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Blutengel, a band synonymous with vampire music, has been making creating it's sound since 1999 and has released 22 albums, compilations, and live albums. The overlying themes from fiction like love, vampires, sexual fetishes, death, and immortality coupled with sweeping synths, organs, and driving drums and vocals, male and female, in both German and English, come together to give the band a unique sound which stands out amongst their peers.

Blutengel was formed in 1998 when singer Chris Pohl, also of Terminal Choice, Tumor, and Miss Construction, was forced to leave Seelenkrank due to contractual problems. Chris brought on Kati Roloff and Nina Bendigkeit, who would later form the act Formalin, and together they immortalized the band with it's inaugural album release, Child of Glass. On June 1, 2001, in front of a crowd of over 10,000 fans, Blutengel took the stage at Wave-Gotik-Treffen for their first time after the release of their second album, Seelenschmerz.

Toward the end of 2001, the single "Black Roses" was released with Constance Rudert, now in Cinderella Effect, as a session singer, who later would come on to join the band as a full time member till 2010.

Fun tidbit, Blutengel is German for Blood Angel.

Current Members:
Chris Pohl - Vocals, lyrics, programming
Ulrike Goldmann - Vocals and lyrics

1999 - Child of Glass
2001 - Seelenschmerz
2002 - Angel Dust
2004 - Demon Kiss
2007 - Labyrinth
2009 - Schwarzes Eis
2011 - Tränenherz
2013 - Monument
2015 - Save Us (Formerly Omen)
2017 - Leitbild