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Fury in the Slaughterhouse were founded in 1986 by the brothers Kai and Thorsten Wingenfelder as well as Christof Stein-Schneider, Rainer Schumann and Hannes Schäfer as a rock project that set itself apart from the Neue-Deutsche-Welle movement that was prevalent at the time. After two less commercially successful albums, Jau! entered the German charts for the first time in 1990 (position 40). Its successor Hook-a-Hey immediately rose to 32nd place in 1991, before Mono, which was released in 1993, became Fury in the Slaughterhouse's first gold record - including 12th place in the German charts. The band was also able to place singles such as "Radio Orchid" and "Every Generation Got Its Own Disease" in the sales lists. Fury in the Slaughterhouse landed their first top 10 coup in 1995 with the release of The Hearing and the Sense of Balance, which reached number 6 in Germany. The follow-up LPs Brilliant Thieves (1997), Nowhere ... Fast! (1998) and Home Inside, which was released in 2000, are further top 10 successes on the Fury in the Slaughterhouse CV. In the course of the 2000s, the Hanoverians released further long-playing records such as The Color Fury (2002) and Every Heart Is a Revolutionary Cell (2006) before deciding to go their separate ways after the release of Don't Look Back (2008). After an extensive farewell tour, Fury in the Slaughterhouse are history for the time being. The band actually got back together in 2017. Four years later, they even released another studio album, Now, after 13 years. Fury in the Slaughterhouse built on their earlier successes and reached number 2 in the German album charts with this longplayer. Studio album number 14, Hope, followed in 2023, taking Fury in the Slaughterhouse to number 1 in the German charts for the first time.