In 2013 Die Toten Hosen teamed up with Düsseldorf's Robert Schumann School of Music to perform music that the Nazis had stigmatized as "degenerate". Now the concert recordings are being released as an album.
The punk outfit from Dusseldorf have been wowing the crowds for 35 years - and are now celebrating that with the album "Laune der Natur." The release party saw the veterans playing an intimate gig in Cologne.
Veteran punk outfit Die Toten Hosen present their new songs live. YouTube trio Ape Crime get serious on their second album. And indie pop from Berlin-based couple Nosoyo.
Germany's mega rock music festival is back on home turf with a bumper line-up including Rammstein, System of a Down and Die Toten Hosen. After the Manchester attack, security has also been tightened.
Campino, frontman of the German band "Die Toten Hosen," takes a look back at the history of punk.
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