Schelmish originally started, like many other bands in the past 15 years in Germany, as Medieval Folk band. In this regard, Schelmish was one of the better contenders for the throne of this genre for the last couple of years.
Sadly, with their latest release "Wir Werden Sehen", they decided to dismiss all their roots and "go In Extremo" all the way. Instead of hearing bagpipes, schalms or harps you now hear several guitars and drums shredding the characteristic nature of Schelmish away.
"Wir Werden Sehen" is a mixture of many different styles except Medieval Folk, so one can hear In Extremo, Rammstein, Tanzwut or even ASP on it's songs. Although the album is well produced, it lacks it's own character and uniqueness which would make you hear this album more than once. Also you can notice that they didn't make mostly instrumental songs for years for nothing, as the lyrics really lack any depth or wit.
In the end i'll rather go with the artists they desperately tried to copy than with their attempt at it in the first place.