GRASSER PRODUCTION consists of a young interviewer,writer team and camera operator. Our main goal is to contribute to the music scene through different aspects. We committed ourselves to producing interviews, play through videos, drum cams and tour documentaries in the rock and heavy genre, thereby covering all types of small underground concerts to big headliner shows.
Based in Nuremberg our catchment area also includes Munich, Stuttgart as well as Leipzig. During the last couple of years, we got the chance of interviewing well-known bands such as GOJIRA, CHILDREN OF BODOM, IN FLAMES, AFTER THE BURIAL, PAPA ROACH, ESKIMO CALLBOY, J.B.O., WOVENWAR etc. Besides our interviews in English and German we also worked together with single artists such as Hannes Großmann (session drummer). All our footage (from interview to play through videos) can be watched on our website, the GRASSER PRODUCTION YouTube channel, our facebook page as well as on the homepages of MEINL, TAMA and SICKDRUMMERMAGAZINE.
For individual requests don’t hesitate to ask. Due to our professional equipment, we love producing quality for many sectors in music industry such as special demands, for promotion reasons, tour presentations or lotteries.
With interest, we kindly ask you to send us a request.
Alexander, a young filmmaker and editor from Nuremberg, Germany, had been interested in photography and film since his early years. In 2013, he turned passion into profession: “Grasser Production” was born and since then produces projects like drum cams, studio playthroughs and interviews. Grasser Production works together with local and international bands like After The Burial, J.B.O., Freedom Call, Emil Bulls, Alkaloid, Defy The Laws Of Tradition or Wovenwar. Solo projects and artists like Hannes Grossmann (session drummer) were also accompanied by Grasser Production. All those works can be found on the homepages of Meinl, TAMA and sickdrummermagazine.
Kristina loves Metal - besides doing interviews for Grasser Production she also reviews shows and albums for the German online fanzine Allschools, works at music and culture agency Parvenue Nuremberg, studied art and media science and speaks Swedish. Moreover, Kristina also does vocals in the German metal band Kafkaesque which is influenced by Crossover and Djent elements. Based in Nuremberg she furthermore organizes the underground concert series Scheppercore to support the local music scene in and around this area.
Ann „Angelface“ Thrax loves Food, Music and especially herself.
She´s a Girlboss who works mostly 24/7 in her own Business.
You can find her at Concerts or in front of a Camera, as a Model or a Muse, in her rare free time. The Work for Grasser Production is another Challenge and also a Chance to show the world her Charme, Humor and a little bit of her insane being.
"Andrea was born in Nuremberg, but besides German (and Franconian ;-)) she speaks another mother tongue: Hungarian. So better be nice to her, because: The Hungarian language contains quite a few swear words - some of them not even translatable into any other language. Andrea experiences music preferably live - preferably on festivals. So far she's been to about 15 of them. Among her favourite genres are Post-Hardcore and Nu-Metal. If Andrea doesn't happen to be in between beer pong and folding chairs, she studies journalism, volunteers for the youth radio magazine "egoFM - Junge Talente" and works as a freelancer at the publishing house "Nürnberger Presse". As the new one, she now is an active member of Grasser Production, too. There's another passion, Andrea is now expanding: She's puzzling on her freelance work as a photographer."
Lucas “Lulu” Treffer studies English Teaching in Regensburg. As the frontman and former drummer of his band “Knockout Concept” he has been a part of the German Metal underground for quite some years now. To him working for Grasser Production offers the chance to meet his idols and have a peak behind the curtains of the music industry. His all-time favourite genre remains Metalcore, but he loves all sub-genres of the mighty behemoth that is Metal music. Biggest guilty pleasure is his love for German Hip Hop and Gin Tonic.
She’s got a big mouth and a passion for music – two gifts journalist Oli made use of in several projects. As a member of Nuremberg’s event collective “Burnout Events” and only a 16 years old, she already organized numerous punk, metal and hardcore concerts on top of being an active musician herself. As editor-in-chief, Oli published the local music magazine “Local Calling” for more than three years, moderated festivals like Nuremberg’s “Klüpfel Open Air” as well as format “Rocksofa” at Luise – The Cultfactory. Armed with nothing but a camera, she’s a regular at numerous concerts and festivals, cranking out pictures and live reports. And her campsite reports from “Rock im Park”? Almost as legendary as her fight as an Undead at Nuremberg’s “Trash Wrestling” event.