1994 – present (24 years)
The Berlin-based band Untoten was founded in 1994 by Greta Csatlós and David A. Line, which are the only bandmembers. Greta Csatlós is from Hungarian desendency and went to a nun boarding school, two facts about her that surely influenced "Die Blutgräfin" and "Die Nonnen von Loudun". Greta and David started off with the band Ziza in the Ruhr area, then moved to Berlin where they started the band Untoten within an artistic squatting scene. One of Greta's paintings decorates the wall of Berlin.
Untoten connect Gothic Rock with Electronic Music and are often settled in the Dark Electro and Electrogoth scene. While their older albums show a strong influence from punk music their newer albums "Die Blutgräfin" and "Die Nonnen von Loudun" are more settled in the area of a musical audio play.
Other projects of Greta Csatlós and David A. Line are Paloma im Blute, Soko Friedhof and Engelwerk which they publish along with the drawings of Greta and the books of David under the label von Grafenwald, formerly Sonic Malade.
In winter, 2017, the vocalist Greta Csatlós announced her departure from Untoten.
In den Mund genommen Poser (1994, Demo)
Maultot (1995, Demo)
Hab keine Angst Veluzifer (1996)
Kiss of Death (1997)
Schwarze Messe (1999)
Schwarzherzlichst (2000, VHS)
The Look of Blasphemie (2001)
Grabsteinland - Durch den Kristallwald (2003)
Raben (2004, CDS)
Grabsteinland II - Herrschaft der Vampire (2004)
Grabsteinland III - Herz der Finsternis (2005)
Hab keine Angst Veluzifer (Rerelease with 4 Bonustracks & Poster-Booklet) (2006)
Die Blutgräfin (2006)
Best of (2007)
Die Nonnen von Loudun (2007)
Die Hexe (2008)
Die Hexe Uncut (anderes Tracklisting 2008)
Grabsteinland IV: Die Schwarze Feder (2009)
Haus Der Lüge (2010)
Liebe oder Tod (2010)
Zombie 2 (2011)
Like A Lost Child (2014)
Grabsteinland V "Die Rückkehr" (2015)
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