Luftwaffe (band)

Luftwaffe (Band)

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Luftwaffe is a martial, neofolk and post-industrial music group from Chicago, USA.


The group was conceived of in 1997 by founding members b9 InViD and j1 StatiK, as they were introduced by a mutual friend and quickly became friends due to a common interest in the music of Boyd Rice and other similar Industrial artists. After attending a performance by Death in June, Strength Through Joy and NON in 1997, they decided to formulate a one-time performance for the Disassembly Avant Garde Art Forum in the spring of 1998, under the moniker of Luftwaffe. The 5-minute performance, featuring found-percussion, analog synthesis and the “immortal words of the all too mortal Aleister Crowley” was well received. It was decided that Luftwaffe would become a full time musical endeavor.


Thematically, Luftwaffe’s music and "oratorical demagoguery" is derived from several different schools of thought. Their primary cosmology is rooted in Solipsism, with overwhelming Nihilistic overtones and themes of Time as Sentience, Adam Qadmon, the number 36 as derived from Lamedvavnik/Solipsistical Oligarchism (Tzadikim Nistarim) and the Kalki Avatar of Hindu mythos.

Much of the lyrical content comes from the writings (and recordings) of mid twentieth century writer and philosopher N1 Xian:

"When perceived correctly, the world is a mirror which, disinterestedly, maintains a current record of our nature and constitution. Within this vast parabolic mirror, we should be......
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