• Rammstein finally avialable on Spotify

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    Yes, Rammstein is now finally avaliable on the music streaming service, Spotify. There’s been lengthy negotiations, and the reason for the band now releasing its entire catalouge on the site, “is to reach a new generation of music fans,” according to a Spotify spokesman. We, the already converted, are surely quite happy too.
    Happy listening!
    spoti.fi/rammstein



  • Rammstein.nl website is 5 years old

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    5 years (and 1 week) ago the Rammstein.nl website started with their first post ever as shown here.

    This means we have something to celebrate with you. Keep in touch for more news about this party.



  • Wacken 3D DVD/BluRay release and giveaway

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    Yes, December 24 will be the official release date of the Wacken 3D Festival film, with LIVE footage of Rammstein, Alice Cooper, Anthrax, Deep Purple and much more.
    You can pre-order it here http://www.amazon.de/ or http://www.emp.de/

    For all you fans Nuclear Blast Europe will give away signed copies of the Festval DVD and Blu-Ray.
    You can sign in here: http://www.nuclearblast.de/label/gewinnspiele/details/3642189.wacken-der-film-dvd-blu-ray-2d-3d.html



  • Richard Kruspe Talks About the Future of Rammstein

    Richard Kruspe recently gave an interview to the German TV program PopXPort to promote Silent So Long. When asked about Rammstein, Richard Kruspe revealed that the band is still on hiatus, but will meet in September 2015 to decide what to do next.

    Flake is writing a book, Till is doing a Solo record, and a DVD/BluRay of the concert at Madison Square Garden is on the way!

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    In addition, Richard also revealed that Flake Lorenz is currently writing a book and Till Lindemann is working on a solo album. After the interview, it was revealed that the band’s next releases will be the DVD / Bluray of the Madison Square Garden concert (December 2010) and an official documentary.

    You can watch this episode of PopXPort HERE. The Richard’s interview information presented in this post is mentioned at minute 15.



  • Richard about the future of Rammstein

    Guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe of German industrial metallers RAMMSTEIN spoke to UK’s Metal Hammer magazine about the band’s current status, five years after the release of RAMMSTEIN‘s latest studio album, “Liebe Ist Für Alle Da”.

    “I think RAMMSTEIN [is one of] those things [that] can never be over,” Kruspe said (see video below). “The thing [about] those things is that they develop their own chemistry, their own energy. I think even if we would say it would be over, it would never be over. So if you’re asking me if we’re doing something right now, the answer is, we’re taking time off.”

    He continued: “We just met a couple of months ago and we were just talking. We always meet once a year to see how everyone is, how people are. And so we decided to not do anything at the moment, so we’ll meet up next year again. But there’s so many things that we have in the pipeline that we’re gonna do… We have a live DVD coming out, we have another live DVD coming out, we have another live DVD… We have so many live DVDs right now that we have to work that through. So, I think, at the moment, everyone does his own thing. I think it’s important, because, again, RAMMSTEIN was always a band that took their time, that listened to themselves, listened to what they need, how much time they need between [albums].”

    He added: “One good thing about that the music industry changed is that you don’t have to do a record every year — it’s not necessary — and I think a lot of people that did this put [out] records that weren’t that great. So I like that idea, actually, to take breaks. Again, I think we will come back together. I love touring with RAMMSTEIN, and if somebody has a vision for a record, we’ll do another record.”

    Source: Blabbermouth.net