Tokio Hotel's New Album to Be Called 'Humanoid'


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Tokio Hotel's forthcoming new studio project will be titled 'Humanoid' and arrive in stores on October 2.

Tokio Hotel's upcoming new studio album is going to be called "Humanoid". While details about the new set are yet to be shared, rumor on the street suggests the band will release the effort on October 2.

"Bill [Kaulitz] has already given a name for the new record: Humanoid. The word 'Humanoid' comes from the science-fiction language, meaning humanlike," producer/songwriter David Jost said as quoted by Zeit Online. "This word is pronounced differently in the English and German language but is written the same way in both languages. Bill wanted the new record to have only one name worldwide: Humanoid."

Bill previously opened up in an interview that the new record "will probably surprise a lot of people." He said, "They handle about our mood, new thoughts and reflections, and also new wishes and hopes. ... We have a song but there are many different ways to interpret the song. And we have to find the best interpretation. We, then start to experiment with each song by changing the guitar-sounds or modifying my voice."

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