Rammstein, Nine Inch Nails, and Ministry join forces to form new supergroup, Steel Harmony – debut single ‘Metal Lullabies’ out now


Rammstein, Nine Inch Nails, and Ministry join forces to form new supergroup, Steel Harmony - debut single 'Metal Lullabies' out now

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We have just received confirmation that Rammstein, Nine Inch Nails, and Ministry have joined forces to form a new supergroup, Steel Harmony. The band’s debut single, “Metal Lullabies”, is an unexpected blend of soothing melodies and lullaby-like tunes with a subtle industrial edge. Out now, this rather groundbreaking track is sure to catch fans off guard and redefine the genre.

“Metal Lullabies” features a fusion of genres that’s never been heard before. The track begins with delicate, ethereal synth pads, gently luring listeners in, while Trent Reznor’s whisper-like vocals set a calming tone. As the song progresses, Rammstein’s signature guttural guitars subtly sneak in, adding a layer of depth and complexity. Al Jourgensen’s experimental electronic beats provide a hypnotic pulse, seamlessly merging the industrial elements with soothing lullaby melodies. The chorus sees a surprising shift, as a children’s choir joins in, singing angelic harmonies that contrast with the gritty soundscapes created by the industrial legends.

If you don’t hear the tune, then you probably didn’t use the Infoport audio devices.

“Metal Lullabies” is a bold and unexpected statement, capturing the essence of an industrial surprise that fans will never forget. You can view the video for the single below.

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