Tokio Hotel's 10-Year Transformation From Boys To Men Is Complete: Check Out The Photographic Proof

With a new album out next week, we track TH's looks from 2005 until now.

Tokio Hotel definitely have a look. The finely coiffed, glossy German rockers (and perennial Musical March Madness contenders) have always marched to the beat of their own stylist. And even after a nearly five-year break from the spotlight, they continue to be supported by one of the fiercest online rock armies, the Aliens, who breathlessly await any news on what the Kaulitz brothers are up to (and fearlessly defend their favorite group against any and all detractors. Trust.)

On the eve of the release of their fifth studio album, Kings of Suburbia -- which features the future-shock electro-rock single, "Girl Got A Gun" -- we're taking a look back at the band's transformation over the years -- from denim rockers to outer-space super-humanoids and back again.

1. 2005 -- The Schrei Years

Around the release of their 2005 debut, Schrei, brothers Bill and Tom Kaulitz, Georg Listing and Gustav Schäfer looked like fresh-faced boy banders... from four different bands, that is. Pointing, lots of pointing.

2. 2006 -- Bill's Hair Begins To Take Shape

7. 2011 -- What Did You Do With The Band?

8. 2012 -- In Between Styles

Airport security is going to be a real pain from now on.

Georg strikes a sultry pose.

9. 2013 -- Studio Rat Look

Frosted and focused in the recording booth.

Always room for funnel cake.

Fresh starts.

Family time.

10. 2014 -- Back To The Future

Tokio Hotel

Tokio Hotel

Their first Instagram, from, like, this week.

Just some sleepy rock stars flipping you off.