CD Release Party "Land unter"


Grobrock - Live at Marias Ballroom


CD Release Party "Heiß wie die Hölle"


Corona Couch unplugged: Kein Glück mit den Frauen


Corona Couch unplugged: Hunger


Corona Couch unplugged: Outtakes


Frosty (Winter Special 2015)



20.11.2017 - Harburg-Aktuell

Heiss wie die Hölle: Grobrock presented first CD in Marias Ballroom

Grobrock on stage in Maria's Ballroom. Photo: Tom Jewutis

Harburg - Grobrock: The name says it all. Huge show-off and a big sound with German lyrics on stage. Tiny Tim, Little 'Fat' Joe and Big 'Slim' Neisi had chosen Marias Ballroom in the Phoenix quarter to celebrate their CD release party. The formation from Hamburg has produced more than 50 songs since 2011. Now the first CD "Heiss wie die Hölle" came into the stores. The fans in the well-filled hall liked it. Rock in AC/DC style is well liked. zv

17.11.2017 - Hamburger Abendblatt

Straightforward Rock in German

The trio Grobrock presents their first CD. 17 tracks, "hot, like hell". Today in the Ballroom. By Lars Hansen.
Harburg. The trio "Grobrock" names their music "Harley Style Rock'n'Roll", but don't worry: The musicians don't run aground on stage regularly, but rattling, drone and roar their music into the clubs with German reliability. The songs of the band are all written by themselves and in German. Grobrock have just finished their first CD "Heiß wie die Hölle". Tonight the band presents their work to the world for the first time. Place of the release party, at which Grobrock of course also play live, is "Marias Ballroom" in the Harburg Phoenix quarter. [...]

07.10.2017 - SuedKultur

Lesson of Rock´n`Roll

Lectures on 7 Oct. at Marias Ballroom about the background of the Rock´n`Roll: the musicians of GrobRock. (Photo: PR)

On 7 October 2017 the south of Hamburg will rock. The initiative SuedKultur invites to the Music Night for the 7th time. We present some highlights in advance. Here: The Electric Coast and GrobRock in Maria's Ballroom.
Centre in the residential area Phoenixviertel not far from Harburg station lies a little paradise for friends of decibel-strong and overdriven guitar sounds. A metal shed par excellence. If you haven't dared to go there yet, you should use the SuedKultur Music-Night. [...]
Back to the roots and make Hamburg what it was 50 years ago: the Rock'n'Roll epicentre. This is the wish, this is the program of GrobRock, which can be experienced from 22.15h.[...]
But Rock'n'Roll? Who wants to rock'n'roll of the 50?
The explanation of the band can be found on their website: "In the seventies a new use of the term "Rock'n'Roll" developed. Rock'n'Roll is a distinction from currents such as "progressive rock" and "glam rock" in that it describes a variety of rock music or "hard rock" that is based on deliberately simple compositions, instrumentation (vocals, guitar, electric bass, drums) and stage appearance. Motörhead open their gigs traditionally with the sentence ´We are Motörhead` and ´we play Rock'n'Roll`. A Motörhead album from 1987 is also called Rock'n'Roll. The term "Rock'n'Roll" is also present in various AC/DC song titles such as It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock'n'Roll), Rock'n'Roll Singer, Rock'n'Roll Ain't Noise Pollution and Rock'n'Roll Train."
Thank you, dear teachers! We are happy to get something on our ears at the venue! [...]

07.07.2016 - Typisch Hamburch


Well and then we come to the somewhat older generation of rockers who still can't help it. The men from Grobrock still couldn't separate from their Marshall towers and today they do what they always wanted. Good old handmade rock where you can hear that they have been in business for quite a long time. A bit of blues, a lot of hard rock and riffs that go right into your feet. The men write German songs from their lives and know what they are talking about. Unpack your bike and visit them at their next gigs.

04.09.2014 - Flaming Flo

After ROTTEN SKY and SURFACE served the Death/Thrash faction, GROBROCK (also from Hamburg) entered the S.U.F.F. stage. Their relaxed Harley style rock is well accepted and a real change at the festival. Here AC/DC, there some KISS and that paired with German lyrics, invites not only to nod your head, but also to sing along. When GROBROCK finished their gig, they could have played again, it seemed so entertaining to me. I liked the band very much.

24.06.2013 - Norddeutsche Rundschau

30 years MFG - two days party with lots of music

Rocking on stage: Club "CheFFin" Manu-Lara with Grobrock singer Tim Müller and bassist Carsten Neisewald. Photo: erb (2)

Brunsbüttel. When the MFG (Motorradfahrgemeinschaft) Brunsbüttel invites to their traditional summer party, bikers from all over Germany make their way to the lock town. [...] While on Friday the live bands "Minutes to Midnigt" and "Kaiserhof" heated up the party-happy guests, on Saturday "Grobrock" and "Admiral von Schneider" took over the musical program. With Jörn Kaiser alias "Joe" on drums, Carsten Neisewald "Big 'Slim' Neisi" on bass, Tim Müller "Timmy die Töle Anderson" - vocals and Tim Ostermann "TinyTim" on guitar, the Hamburg quartet from Grobrock provided a selection of their own compositions. These left no doubt about the musicians' preference for powerful sounds of bands like ACDC or Motörhead. Only with the lyrics and the vocals the connection to the far north flashed through here and there. [...] The party lasted into the deep night, before the guests left the tent after a few hours of sleep. [...]

A random post from the old guestbook

30.12.2013 - Agger

Moin moin you Grobrocker

Came to you by accident.
Over another web page I have already communicated with you.
Your music is great... the guys also... smile.

Wish you a good slide....
and a successful 2014.

Greetings from de Palz.... de Agger


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