LORDI Continues Rocking German Charts

August 23, 2006

According to Metal-Online.com, Finnish metal band LORDI is continuing to rock the German single charts. The group's new single, "Who's Your Daddy", entered the chart this week at position No. 33. Meanwhile, LORDI's Eurovision Song Contest-winning song, "Rock Hard Hallelujah", is still in the Top 20 of the German single chart at position No. 19.

LORDI's latest album, "Arockalypse", has spent the past 19 weeks in the German Top 100. This week it occupies position No. 42.

BBC News reported last week that LORDI are to be honored with a cola named after them in their native Finland.

The hard rock group's singer, known as Mr. Lordi, has designed labels featuring the five members in their monster masks and one of the whole band.

"The LORDI phenomenon has brought the whole nation together," said Ritva Sinisalo, of drink maker Olvi Group.

LORDI Cola is due to go on sale next month.

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