A capella and headbanging go together like toothpaste and orange juice. Or at least that was true before the Serbia-based Viva Vox Choir decided to take on a cover of “Du Hast.” The German industrialist band Rammstein broke into the mainstream with the song in 1997, propelled by its assaulting guitar riff, swirling noises and a beat that sounds like it is being hammered out on a trashcan. This isn’t where vocal groups typically tread.

The Viva Vox Choir, though, arranged their own version for a show back in May in Belgrade and just posted a video. The choir chose to tackle a fairly complex song, and one that doesn’t obviously lend itself to performance by vocals alone. The group, however, does a spot-on rendition of the siren noises in the beginning; the choir here easily outshines the one featured in the original. Using only their voices, the Viva Vox Choir has produced a work worthy of the Headbangers Ball.

Check out more from the Viva Vox Choir at their website or facebook

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6 Responses to “Viva Vox Choir Invent A Cappella-Industrial with Rammstein’s “Du Hast””

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  1. Dragan says:

    Bravo ‘Viva Vox’!

  2. Nemanja (Viva Vox) says:

    Hey, just dropping by to inform you that Viva Vox Choir’s YT account was hacked and all the videos were deleted, so we had to upload new ones — so we would be grateful if you could please correct the link in the embedded video. Thanks. :-)

    Greetings from Belgrade. ;-)

  3. Helena says:

    This is awesome! I’ve heard about them; they have had about 700000 views of the original clip in just couple of days. Some serious stuff here, worth listening…

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