The name of the new Christian rock band from Germany is christian, but it doesn’t exactly sound like one.
The band is called Christian Rock and is set to release its debut album, titled “Christian Rock,” on July 29, 2018.
The title of the record is “Christian Rock,” but that’s not exactly accurate, according to the band’s frontman, Stefan Hütten.
“It’s really not christian,” he said, according, in an interview with the German news magazine “Der Spiegel.”
Hütten is the frontman of the band.
He is also an engineer who previously worked with artists such as the band Depeche Mode and the band M83.
Hütten’s band’s debut album will feature contributions from the likes of Christian rock legends, such as rocker Peter Gabriel, metal band Autechre and singer/songwriter Tom Davenport.
According to Hüten, the band has been working on the album since early January, when the band played their first show in Germany.
Hätten said that while they started working on it in January, the recording process took longer than they thought.
“We didn’t have much time,” he explained.
“The music was coming out of nowhere.
It was like we didn’t really know what we were doing.
We just had to get it done.”
While it took a few months for the band to start recording, Hütten said that he expects the album to be ready in the summer of 2019.
The band’s name was inspired by the song “Christiana Rock” by German metal band Dekele.
The song, which is about the death of a young woman who was raped and strangled, has been used to inspire many people around the world to take action against violence against women.
“The song has become a rallying cry,” Hüetten said.
“We decided to name the record after the death.”
The band is comprised of five members, including Hütz, who is the lead singer.
The others include guitarist Julian von Lohse, bassist Tobias Mäkelberger and drummer Sebastian Riese.