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Rammstein Plotting April Release For New Album


It seems that Rammstein are eyeing a spring release for their long-awaited seventh full-length album, The band’s guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe has told Heavy Consequence that a tentative April release date is in the cards for their follow-up to 2009’s “Liebe ist für alle da“. According to him, the band have recently been in the Los Angeles, CA area mixing the outing.

Speaking of how he views the album at the moment, Kruspe commented:

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“Eventually, I think it’s going to be an album that has a certain kind of potential that Rammstein hasn’t achieved yet. For me, one of the reasons to step back into making records with Rammstein was to balance the popularity of the band as a live act with the actual music. With Rammstein, people tend to talk about the fire and all the live stuff. I thought, ‘I don’t want to be another Kiss,’ where people talk about makeup and stuff like that and no one talks about the music.”

He also described the album as being ‘Rammstein 3D‘ while adding: “We’re finishing up the last mixes, and it’s going to come out probably in April of 2019.” A recent interview with Revolver saw Kruspe discuss the inner turmoil of the band’s creative process and how bringing in their front of house guy, producer Olsen Envolltini into the fold on this album has helped ease that.

According to that prior interview, Rich Costey (Sigur Rós, Muse) has been overseeing the mixing. Kruspe himself just recently issued a new album from his Emigrate project titled “A Million Degrees“.

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