Laibach

The British press declared them the most dangerous group in the world. While on tour in America, a New York radio station introduced them as the group that abolishes states and creates new ones. They were even banned in Yugoslavia for several years by an official decree. In some parts of Europe their performances still evoke fear and because of ideological threats, they were already refused entry into the U.S. Nevertheless they have had four major tours across the North American continent, and have long lost count of the number of tours across Europe. Since its beginnings in 1980, the group has had nearly 1,000 concerts worldwide and sold over a million albums. The famous Bavarian radio station Zündfunk/Bayerischer Rundfunk placed Laibach on the map of the most important bands and artists in the history of pop music. Read More

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