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Kosmic Horrör

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photo: LabelLos.de, WGT 2007

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Zarkov Protocols Vol. 1

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Zarkov Protocols Vol. 2
Kosmic Horrör is an electro-rock band from Berlin, who sang some songs in Klingon. The lead vocalist is Christan Kumpe.

History

Their first song "Duj Tvoq Tah" (Duj tIvoqtaH) was presented in 2002 on the FedCon X. The vocalist contacted Lieven L. Litaer to correct mistakes in the grammar and pronunciation, causing a complete rework of the lyrics of Duj tIvoqtaH. The song was than recorded for the frist album in 2004. Both of the following albums were also translated in cooperation with Lieven L. Litaer(1).

In the following had gigs in 2005 on the "Karneval der Kulturen" (carnival of cultures) in Berlin(2), and in 2007 on the WGT ("Wave-Gotik-Treffen", wave-gothic-meeting)(3).

Discography

  • 2002 Single Duj tIvoqtaH
  • 2004 Zarkov Protocols Vol. 1
  • 2010 Zarkov Protocols Vol. 2

See also

References

1 : album cover

2 : (de) Klingonen auf dem Karneval der Kulturen!, TrekNews, 24.04.2005

3 : webpage of the WGT

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Category: Appearance    Latest edit: 19 Jan 2017, by DirkSchlSser    Created: 19 Jan 2017 by DirkSchlSser



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