This started the madness. They cobble together something one might call metal, but the results sound as distraught as independent due to the fact that Christof only consumed Jazz, Experimental, Industrial, Electronic, etc. In the past ten years, Klaus didn’t listen to anything else besides one Ratos De Porao record. The vocals are grunted and screamed (in german) on rancid sounding audio cassettes that were recorded onto 1000 times before.
In the following years design-students published their student-hostel grind on several records, most of them DIY (do it yourself) and given away to friends. While bands and industry bother about growing net-piracy and declining sales numbers, JaKa use the virtues of the internet and offer all their songs including artwork for free download. Christof, once said about this, "We’re not creating music for money, but against it." After their official Debut-CD on Blutwurscht Productions (Switzerland) in 2001, Christof adds Daniel, Marco and Daniel’s brother Simon to the line-up to be able to play live performances. In 2002 Japanische Kampfhörspiele publish "Die Großstadt stinkt, ist laut und septisch".
However, Simon left again due to lack of time. The dreams of playing live were put to an end and this directly resulted in the process of writing even more new material and caught the attention of Bastardized Recordings. http://www.japanischekampfhoerspiele.de/ http://www.discogs.com/artist/627165 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanische_Kampfh%C3%B6rspiele http://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Japanische_Kampfh%C3%B6rspiele/2863 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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