Caliban drop new video single, “Intoleranz”

It took German metalcore vets, Caliban, recording a cover of Rammstein’s “Sonne” to realize that their native tongue was a seamless fit with their time-tempered collision of punishing riffs and Andreas Dörner’s urgent vocals. With fans hungry for the Essen-borne quintet to record an album exclusively in German, the band simply said, “Why not?”, and ‘Zeitgeister,’ which will be released on May 14th, was born [pre-order].

Today the band is releasing the first song and music video “Intoleranz“ from their forthcoming album. The original, “Intolerance,” was released on their classic debut album ‘A Small Boy In A Grey Heaven.’ Check out Caliban’s 2021 take on the song and the music video, directed by Michael Winkler for Der Pakt, here [embedded below].

Caliban vocalist, Andreas Dörner, states, “The song was originally called ‘Intolerance’, it is a very old track from ‘A Small Boy In A Grey Heaven’. In a nutshell the motto is: I will stay different. The song is a plea for individualism and individual fulfilment and against intolerance.



Caliban is Andreas Dörner (vocals), Denis Schmidt (guitar), Marc Görtz (guitar), Marco Schaller (bass), Patrick Grün (drums).

Press release courtesy of The Orchard

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