RAMMSTEIN have officially started the pre-orders for ‘Herzeleid XXV Anniversary’ remastered edition.
The completely redesigned packaging with various new components was made by the original artwork designer Dirk Rudolph. On top, the booklet also includes original pictures by photographer Praler.
The album is available as a CD-digipack in a deluxe slipcase, and it feaures the original tracklist in a remastered HD sound for the first time! Additionally, the release will be available as a 2LP in a blue splattered vinyl look.
The album will be released on 4th December 2020! Get your »Herzeleid Pre-Order« celebrating the 25th anniversary now!
RAMMSTEIN has released “Deutschland”, the first single from the band’s long awaited seventh album, due out May 17th, via US Label: Caroline l, UK Label: Spinefarm, l FR Label: Mercury, and available for pre-order now.
Accompanied by a video directed by SPECTER BERLIN, “DEUTSCHLAND” is the first music to be revealed from the first new RAMMSTEIN studio album since 2009’s LIEBE IST FÜR ALLE DA.
The new album is produced by Olsen Involtini with RAMMSTEIN.
IF THERE’S a description that, personally and professionally, fits Richard Z. Kruspe like a Savile Row suit, ‘fired up’ would be it…
As a member of Rammstein, the music world’s most explosive live act, Kruspe has been part of a ground-breaking global success story that continues to build and to ignite; along the way, he’s turned his attention to a number of parallel projects, such as constructing a new studio (and a new home) in his native Berlin, but it’s his decision to launch the EMIGRATE set-up that has given him the greatest chance to satisfy creative instincts outside of the parent group. In many ways, it’s an antidote to the parent group!
The first EMIGRATE album appeared in 2007 (a self-titled record that went Top 10 in Germany, with single / video ‘My World’ appearing on the soundtrack to the third ‘Resident Evil’ movie); ‘Silent So Long’ followed in 2014, featuring guest vocals from such high-profile artists as Marilyn Manson, Jonathan Davis, Peaches and the legend that will always be Lemmy; and now there’s a new / third album, A Million Degrees, scheduled for worldwide release on November 30th…
Featuring 11 tracks, a fresh production team plus vocal contributions from Rammstein’s Till Lindemann & Billy Talent’s Benjamin Kowalewicz this latest release is less a successor to ‘Silent So Long’ and more a re-booted take on the overall concept, continuing Kruspe’s desire to craft something personal. He writes the material, including new single / video ‘1234’ (spotlighting Kowalewicz), sings the bulk of the songs (in English) and works hard – sometimes in the face of adversity – to keep everything rubber-stamped as ‘special’, fashioning a body of work that will appeal to both existing supporters and those who appreciate the power of a great song delivered from heart above head…
Watch the video for ‘1234’ here:
Pre-order ‘A Million Degrees’ here: umg.lnk.to/emigrate_amilliondegrees
On Friday, March 24, official presale for the concert film “RAMMSTEIN: PARIS” beganahead of its worldwide release on May 19. The film, which will be released in many configurations, sets new standards. In March 2012, during the “Made in Germany” tour, Swedish director Jonas Åkerlund shot two acclaimed Rammstein concerts at the Palais Omnisports arena in Paris in front of 17,000 spectators. Featuring 22 songs from the band’s entire repertoire, the resulting film is not only the most spectacular collection of imagery about the most successful German rock band of our time, but also a masterpiece of music cinema, capturing Rammstein‘s energy as a unique visual and sonic experience.
Åkerlund is notorious for his radical, pioneering video clips for bands such as The Prodigy, Metallica, the Rolling Stones and also Rammstein. Absurd details, upended perspectives, shocks of contrast and sensory confusion flicker through his music productions, and in “RAMMSTEIN: PARIS”, he celebrates this from the very first minute. Rammstein play 22 songs (128 mins), ranging from “Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen?”, the first song from the very first album, to “Frühling in Paris” from the last studio album “Liebe ist für alle da”.
Artistically and dramaturgically ingeniously staged, like an overwhelming video clip, “RAMMSTEIN: PARIS” is one of the best rock concert films of all time. “Absolument“
A first impression of this masterpiece can be seen here:
The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that RAMMSTEIN‘s new documentary “Rammstein: Paris” will screen in cinemas around the world — including the U.S. — on March 23rd, after being picked up by Picturehouse Entertainment. Get more information at this location.
The documentary was shot at the band’s sell-out shows at Bercy Arena in 2012, in Paris, by Grammy-winning Swedish director Jonas Akerlund. A new trailer for the documentary has been unleashed, watch it below:
Also check out the fan-filmed video footage from RAMMSTEIN performance at Bercy, Paris:
RAMMSTEIN are making their Graspop Metal Meeting debut next summer, headlining the Friday June 16th!
Graspop organizers issued:
We are extremely proud to confirm the legendary German band as our first headliner for next year’s edition of Graspop Metal Meeting. Mark Friday 16th June on your calendars for the only RAMMSTEIN show in the Benelux. Tickets go on sale on Thursday 24th November. More bands to be announced soon.
They’ve been on our wish list since forever and the wait is finally over: RAMMSTEIN are playing Graspop next year! For 22 years, the hard-hitting German collective has been forging one worldwide hit after the other. Their international breakthrough came in 1997 when “Rammstein” and “Heirate mich” were included on the soundtrack of David Lynch’s Lost Highway. Today they are still a force to be reckoned with on the rock and metal scene thanks to numerous standout tracks including “Sonne”, “Ich Will” and “Feuer Frei”. When Till Lindemann, Richard Kruspe, Paul Landers, Oliver Riedel, Christian Lorenz and Christoph Schneider mount the stage all bets are off and it’s all systems go: theatrical costumes, amazing pyrotechnics, provocative lyrics and booming guitars blend into one unique concert experience. Shocking circus act, intimidating demagoguery or hilarious parody – a Rammstein performance has many faces. One thing is for certain: here in Dessel we can hardly wait to welcome the masters of Tanzmetall.