Germanys Black Metal Underground is slowly growing, but there are too much people that prever thrash & death stuff. Furthermore the new -core shit is very favoured. Even in the greatest metal-magazines there are mainly reviews about bands like "Sonic Syndicate", "In Flames" or "Cradle of Filth". But more and more black metal bands come into being. The problem is that many germans are averse to the whole NS stuff.Moreover the misanthropic lyrics reminds many people of the hitler-era.(For example the euthanasia) Even for the metalians its a tender subject.
But there are some bands that dont care about that. For example there is "Endstille". They are celebrating War and on evry cover theres a bombing scene or war machines..etc.
Another german examples:
i don't want to quantify these bands, because it depends on your taste, but you should listen to nargaroth and endstille, they are the big thing in germany
Everyone has personal taste. On that note, I'm neutral. Some bands on that list are reasonable, decent, even very good.
On another note, however, personal tastes aside, there's a problem with Nargaroth and Endstille. They're popular in Germany's black metal scene because they make black metal, like everything else in the mainstream, into a digestible product. They are, by far, THE WORST two black metal outfits in Germany today.
My problem with Endstille is they try too hard to sound like Gorgoroth and tend to have rather left-wing emotions and sympathies, as well as feelings of "German guilt" following after the Second World War. Ironically, they have a paradoxical fascination with the subject of war.
Nargaroth are 110% pure black metal comedy. They're not even a real, serious-minded black metal outfit to begin with. In fact, Rene "Kanwulf" Wagner of the band admitted that he did the project out of boredom and just for fun on a local German TV-talk show. In other cases, Kanwulf blatantly rips off riffs from Burzum, Gorogorth and Immortal, as well as imagery and aesthetics. I highly suggest you check this website:http://nargaroth.shaddai.name/en/#Release-Dates