Although this Hamburg based trio has been around for well over a decade with a multitude of albums released, I was introduced to this band when Van Richter released Nightmares. Frozen offers six songs covering electro-industrial, gothic, darkwave genres that will enthuse fans. The opening track "Frozen," a cover from Madonna off her Ray Of Light album is delightful, and I am sure the queen of pop will agree. "Wings" re-mixed by Bruno Kramm of Das Ich is very Kraftwerk like in sound added with an ethereal aura and sultry female vocals courtesy of Sandra Bammer. The energy is felt through with the wholeness of "The Bitter End" while the vocals courtesy of the synth pop group Wolfsheim on "Grey In Grey" is one of the best songs on the record. "Don't Be Afraid" has a more somber darkwave presence with female vocals, and the last track "Desire Lasts Forever," offers warm guitar heaviness with goth like female vocals looming in the distance. This 6-song release just about 30 minutes in length is delightful and will appeal to industrial and goth heads alike. I recommend it !