The Machine (drums, keyboards)
The new highly interesting album of GRIFFIN L.O.G.: "Breathe Into Me":
An emotionally extremely high-calibre ricochet, who touches the monstrous thundering sounds of established German acts such as Rammstein and Die Apokalyptischen Reiter, but which expands however nevertheless last of all only one goal completely very far: namely the GRIFFIN L.O.G.-identity!
While the history of GRIFFIN L.O.G. can be traced back as far as 1999, the project was officially born in 2004 as a playground for calmer and more gothic-oriented music (as opposed to the black metal-based music of Griffin's other projects at that time) - the Song "Splitterherzen" is the perfect example. But it didn't take long and GRIFFIN L.O.G. became first the most prominent part of Griffin's musical activities, and finally the only one. At that point, the harsher and more metal-ish elements had already been integrated into the sound of this new project.
In 2005, Griffin compiled six songs and thus created the first official GRIFFIN L.O.G. release "Sleep Gargoyle". About 18 months later, in late 2006, the first album "The Sting Of Life" was released, followed by the second album "Viva La Inquisicion" one year later. At this time, Griffin had started to put a live band together - a venture that turned out to be more difficult than it seemed. It took two more years before GRIFFIN L.O.G. would debut on stage.
With the three piece for live performances consisting of Bine, Fell and Griffin (enhanced by The Machine a.k.a. Leif, a mannequin used as physical representation of the half-playback), 2011 saw more gigs and the band released the 3rd self-financed studio album "Breathe Into Me".