Sabine Dünser Gothic metal Artist

Sabine Michaela Dünser (27 June 1977 – 8 July 2006) was a Liechtensteinerin musician, better known for being the lead vocalist of the gothic metal bands Erben der Schöpfung and Elis. Dünser grew up in Schaan (Liechtenstein) with her family, consisting of her parents and her younger sister. Her musical talent was discovered at an early age. She started with basic listening skills. Four years later in practice flute. At an early age, some teachers recognized that she had a great musical talent and should be encouraged. While at primary school Sabine began playing the piano, and continued to do so until her graduation. At the same time she began to develop her singing voice. She sang in different choirs, such as the school choir. Since her training as a singer was very important for choral teachers, Sabine began classical music singing lessons at 19. She participated in the Liechtenstein Musical Company, and furthered her desire to sing in a band. In 1999, Sabine was able to carry out her plans to sing in a band. Along with Pete Streit (Elis) and Oliver Falk (Erben der Schöpfung, Weltenbrand), who started the project, she founded "Erben der Schöpfung" which became "Elis" later.

Personal details

Date of birth
June 27th, 1977
Date of death
July 8th, 2006 at age of 29
Cause of death
Cerebral hemorrhage

Musical acts

1.Erben der Schöpfung Gothic metal, Electro

Erben der Schöpfung is a dark-gothic-metal/EBM band from Liechtenstein, founded in 1998/99 by Oliver Falk.

Member history

Member Role Start End
Oliver Falk
Pete Streit

Official website

2.Elis Heavy metal, Symphonic metal, Gothic metal

- 2006

Elis was a gothic metal band from Liechtenstein, formed by Sabine Dünser and Pete Streit in 2003 after the split of Erben der Schöpfung in 2002. The band temporarily split up in February 2012 after lead singer Simone Christinat's departure. However, a month later, the band began doing a search for Christinat's replacement and the search was successful. Elis has since "disbanded" in order to from a new group called Zirkonium, with Swiss singer Kathrin Schlumpf as their lead vocalist.

Member history

Member Role Start End
Rene Marxer
December 16th, 2004
Christian Gruber
July 8th, 2006
Tom Saxer
Pete Streit
Jürgen Broger

Official website

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