Oops, we’ll do it again…!

We are very proud and excited to get together with the rather fantastic Thomas Thielen aka ‘t’ for a couple of exclusive shows that promise to be, well… rather fantastic! On friday March 13th we’ll be playing at the Spirit of ’66 in Verviers (B), on saturday March 14th at the Zeche Carl in Essen (D).

Tickets for both shows are now available here: https://www.wiv-ticket-shop.com/en/chandelier-and-t/

Vinyl, Baby!

Our label Chicadisc/Gad Records was so kind to press a limited vinyl edition of  Facing Gravity. These 2 LP sets feature the vinyl bonus track Half Empty Half Fool (’93 studio version) and come either with black or red vinyl. Make sure to get your hands on one soon, as they are limited to 200 sets for each color.

Thank you, Loreley!!!

We had an incredible time at this year’s Night of the Prog Festival and would like to thank everyone involved in making this such a wonderful experience for us! The promotor WiV Entertainment, the crew, the other bands, Toni Moff Mollo, our friends who actually got us there (you know who you are)… and of course the 3’000 enthusiastic people who cheered and smiled at us throughout some of the most exciting 90 minutes of our lives.

You can read some reviews (in German) here at Jazzandrock, at betreutesproggen.de or whiskey-soda.de – and in the current print issues of Eclipsed and Koid9 (french). The setlist is available here.

TIMECODE reissue out as a 2CD set with bonus rarities disc LOST & FOUND

Our third and – as it turned out – last CD TIMECODE has finally been reissued. Originally released in May 1997 on Inside Out Music, TIMECODE saw drummer Tom Jarzina and bass player Stephan Scholz join Martin Eden, Udo Lang and Tobias Budnowski for a 73 minutes long prog tour de force.

As with the reissues of PURE and FACING GRAVITY, this new edition of TIMECODE has been wonderfully remastered by Eroc and comes with a new booklet featuring liner notes and period pictures. The bonus CD LOST & FOUND features 77 min. of mostly unreleased music from 1986 to 2018, including demo versions and acoustic performances, rehearsal recordings and three songs newly recorded in 2018!


CHANDELIER confirmed for the Night Of The Prog Festival 2019!

What better occasion for our little band to reunite for one night than at the famous Night Of The Prog Festival on the Loreley. We are thrilled and slightly shocked that it’s actually happening… and we have a lot of rehearsal weekends booked to re-learn what we think are your favourite tracks from our three albums.


OUT NOW! (… and the critics love ’em)

October 2018 saw the re-releases of two classic Chandelier albums: Pure (1990) and Facing Gravity (1992). Read the first reviews here!

Remastered by Eroc, augmented with full length bonus CDs and new booklets – these are the definite editions of  two albums that marked the German progressive rock scene of the 1990s.

> More infos regarding the remastered edition of Pure
> More infos regarding the remastered edition of Facing Gravity

Here are some online reviews:

The Dutch Progressive Rock Pages wrote in-depth analysis of both albums plus an interview and call the Facing Gravity reissue “a heart-warming, miraculously fulfilling re-release”.

French webzine Clair & Obscur writes “If you like Fugazi (Marillion), Nomzamo (IQ) or The Jewel (Pendragon), do not hesitate: Facing Gravity will be your favourite album in 2019 and beyond!”

Betreutes Proggen webzine calls the reissues “exemplary” in two in-depth reviews for Pure and Facing Gravity and features a lenghty interview with Udo Lang and Christoph Tiber.

More flattering feedback came from Empire Magazine, BabyblaueSeiten and of course Eclipsed Magazine, who had the kindness to place the Facing Gravity reissue in their Top Ten list for 2018 boxsets & reissues.

Buy Pure at Amazon, at JPC or at Original Product
Buy Facing Gravity at Amazon, at JPC or at Original Product

Timecode, the band’s third and final CD will be re-issued in April 2019. It will come with the full length bonus CD Lost & Found featuring rarities, demo and acoustic versions plus a couple of brand new recordings produced in 2018.