The Young Gods

The Young Gods Biography

The Young Gods is a Swiss experimental music band formed in 1985 by Franz Treichler, Cesare Pizzi, and Sami Frey. The band is known for its eclectic and innovative sound, blending elements of industrial, rock, and electronic music into a unique and captivating style.

The Young Gods' music is characterized by powerful vocals, heavy beats, and atmospheric synths, creating a distinctive and intense sound. The band's live performances are known for their energy and impact, incorporating visual effects and dramatic lighting to enhance the experience.

The Young Gods' lyrics often address political and philosophical themes, and the band is known for its introspective and thought-provoking approach to its music and message. Despite this, The Young Gods has a dedicated following in the experimental music scene, and its albums and concerts are consistently well-received.

The Young Gods' first album, "The Young Gods," was released in 1987 and was a hit in the alternative music scene, gaining widespread attention and praise. The band has since released several more albums, each of which has been met with critical acclaim. Its most recent album, "Data Mirage Tangram," was released in 2019.

In addition to its musical achievements, The Young Gods is known for its innovative approach to experimental music, and its willingness to push the boundaries of the genre. The band's music continues to inspire and captivate fans around the world, and it remains one of the most important and influential acts in the history of alternative and experimental music.


il Cabaret del Diavolo (Since 2005) was created for one reason, to bring together a mix of EBM Electronic Body Music and OldSchool Industrial of the 80's & 90's. But we play many others too of course such as SynthPop, DarkWave, Aggrotech, New Beat and Elektronische Musik. Long Live EBM!