In the second semester of the year 2000, Wolf Lutemkrat began to compose. After a few experiences, he decided to make his music all by himself (this way, he could be independent with his ideas).
In 2002, Lutemkrat rises as a one-man-band. The word "Lutemkrat" does not have a real meaning, it's just a conceptual abstraction that defines the music themes: destruction, war, chaos, hatred, loyalty and honour.
In 2003, the mCD "Never Surrender" was recorded with 4 tracks: extreme music influenced by the 90's black metal. The first edition was released in slipcase format limited in 66 hand-numbered copies.
After some time of inactivity, Wolf Lutemkrat signs with the canadian label Bleak Art Records for a full-length release in 2007.
On September 19th 2007 the first full-length CD entitled "The Last Survivor" was released. It has 8 tracks and runs over 42 minutes. The result is a evolution of the last work: extreme music, along accoustic guitar interludes and elements which reflects his identity.
After four years of silence, "Visions from Dimensions Beyond Conception" is released as free digital download format on September 19th 2011 and consists on three tracks with approximately 13 minutes of music. Focused on existential questions, the lyrics also explore the cosmic significance on a philosofical perspective, creating conceptual relations and subtle visions in the mind of the listener.