Tokio Hotel’s Frontman Reveals That He’s Either A Robot Or A Real Doll

Internet-popular German mope-rockers Tokio Hotel have said that the title of their new album Humanoid is borne from their popularity in both Anglophone and German-speaking countries, and their desire to . What, then, to make of the cover for said record, which looks not unlike a Terminator 2 poster that’s been stripped of all its red shadings? Is frontman Bill Kaulitz trying to tell us that he feels sick of being “controlled” by his fans? Or made to feel like just another interchangeable part by superproducers The Matrix? Or is he just trying to make nice with the BoingBoing crowd, knowing that they’ll never want to download his music if he keeps getting photographed wearing eyeliner? So many questions!

Tokio Hotel’s ‘Humanoid’ Album Cover Art Revealed! (Maybe/ Probably!) [MTV Buzzworthy]

  • JohnOO

    Not them again.

  • solanine

    Is that you, Beyonce?

  • Incandesent

    *Sigh* I really liked the cover for their single Automatic. I was hoping the Humanoid cover would follow suit.

    Automatic Single cover:

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  • neonvampyre

    Looks inspired(ripped off) from one of HR Giger’s images. Similar to Future Kill poster. I don’t BUY whatever it is that Tokio Hotel is trying to sell us. Orgy somehow pulled off the whole future-tech look and everyone else’s attempt at it since looks contrived and cheap. As if they are wearing Halloween costumes.

  • CahhFigueiredo

    you suck
    bill kaulitz and tokiuo hotel rocks
    go ….. you LP

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