Featured Artist

Hans Platz

German guitarist Hans Platz began playing in bands at the age of 16, considering the stage his second home ever since. With extensive studio and live experience, he currently plays with the band Feuerschwanz. With them, he has celebrated two number one entries in the official German album charts and regularly performs at sold-out venues and major festivals across Europe. Feuerschwanz's music videos on YouTube have garnered over 130 million views globally.

For his solo album Timestamps, Hans assembled world-class musicians such as Marco Minnemann (Aristocrats), Fabio Trentini, Wolfgang Haffner (Passport, Metro), legendary bass player TM Stevens (James Brown, Joe Cocker, Steve Vai, Billy Joel), and Pete Griffin (Zappa Plays Zappa). The result is a virtuoso instrumental album that stands up to international comparison and has been praised by the music press.

In 2021, a new band was born: together with Ad Infinitum singer and multi-talented Melissa Bonny, harpist Jenny Diehl, and Amaranthe drummer Morten Løwe Sørensen, THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON was formed. After hearing their first song, Napalm Records immediately signed the band, the debut album went on to achieve international chart success (DE, CH, US). Their album, Metamorphosis, features distinguished guests such as Rusanda Panfili (solo violinist for Hans Zimmer), Fabienne Erni (Eluveitie), Charlotte Wessels, and Tom Englund (Evergrey).

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Hans Platz