Düsseldorf? Punk scene? Of course, the "Toten Hosen" also had a considerable influence on the school friends at the beginning of the 1990s. The Hosen album "Learning English" was groundbreaking. In an interview, band founder, singer and frontman Sammy Amara once recalled how he cycled through the streets of his district of Hellerhof with headphones on and heard "Blitzkrieg Bop": "That blew my mind." The Broilers were able to increase their popularity in 2010 through joint appearances with the Toten Hosen. The fact that they shaped their own musical style in the process, with a rousing crossover from different directions, could then be heard a year later in 2011 - when their album "Santa Muerte" went straight to number 3 in the charts. Even more successful were the three subsequent albums "Noir" (2014), "(sic!)" (2017) and "Puro Amor" (2021), all of which reached the top of the German rankings.
On their 2023 summer tour across the country, the Broilers will now also make a stop in Munich, celebrating their debut at the Olympic Hall on 9 June. Fans can look forward to oppressive walls of guitars, powerful brass sections and drums that only want to go forward - at a concert that will be everything but quiet.
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