A German alternative hard rock/metal act, Emil Bulls formed in 1995 in Munich. The band had two independent releases, 1997's Red Dick's Potato Garden and 2000's Monogamy, before signing to a major. They then released Angel Delivery Service in 2001, and Porcelain in 2003. After their second major label release, the band departed from their contract, and signed with Pirate Records. That year also saw the departure of drummer Fini, who was replace by Fabian Füss just in time for an American jaunt, which included shows at the legendary CBGB's. The band returned to Bavaria to record their next album, The Southern Comfort (named after the region of Germany, not necessarily the name brand booze), which saw release in 2005. Emil Bulls' next studio release, slated for April of 2008, was called The Black Path. In the meantime the band also released the 2007 live offering, The Life Acoustic. ~ Chris TruePortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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