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07Apr 2017

Oliver Riedel will sign autographs in Nîmes on July 13th

Rammstein's bassist Oliver Riedel will sign autographs in "Broc Music" store in Nîmes on July 13, 2017! We do not yet know the exact time, but a Rammstein concert is scheduled in the evening in Nîmes, so the signing session will probably take place in the morning or early afternoon.

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01Apr 2017

[April fool] Rammstein: Paris Eiffel Toy Edition

Rammstein wanted to keep an exclusive edition of "Rammstein: Paris" for the French market. Please welcome the "Eiffel Toy Edition".

In line with the LIFAD Deluxe Box, this 2.69-kilo aliminium case is laser engraved with the artwork of "Rammstein: Paris". In addition to the "Metal Fan Edition" digipack of "Rammstein: Paris" (Blu-Ray + 2 CDs), the case will contain for your pleasure three sextoys created exclusively for Rammstein. They will be Eiffel Tower-shaped and in colors of the French flag.

"Rammstein: Paris, Eiffel Toy Edition" will be available on May 19, 2017, for 149 euros. Pre-orders available soon!

Click to see the full sized artwork:
Rammstein: Paris Eiffel Toy Edition

April 2nd update: This news was of course an April fool!
30Mar 2017

Status of Rammstein's next album

Some information circulated about Rammstein's next album, following the publication of an interview of Paul and Richard during the promotion of Rammstein: Paris. We would like to clarify the situation, as some websites misrepresented what Paul and Richard said.

First of all, Richard talked about 35 new songs. Be careful, these are not 35 finished songs. Each album creation begins with a pre-production phase, during which the group seeks to find inspiration. During jam sessions, Rammstein puts some ideas aside (full songs, riff, keyboard samples, lyrics, etc.). Some ideas will turn into songs, others will be merged and the rest will be dropped.

So the future album will probably contain 11 songs, as usual. Of course additional songs could be recorded for a future EP or singles, or to be added as bonuses of the album.

Some websites also reported that Paul talked about 6 good songs. This is wrong, Paul simply said: the likelihood that the album will be good is high, since the band already has six good ones (talking about albums).

It is difficult to know the exact advancement of the album. Rammstein is working on it since fall 2015, so a few songs are probably mature. The band could play some new songs this summer, live.

23Mar 2017

Rammstein: Paris DVD/Blu-ray

The DVD/Blu-ray release of Rammstein: Paris is scheduled for May 19, 2017, worldwide! The full concert of Paris (21 songs) will be featured, accompanied by a making-of. Here is a list of the planned editions:
  • Standard Edition DVD or Blu-ray
  • Special Edition - 2 CD + 1 DVD
  • Special Edition - 2 CD + 1 Blu-ray
  • Limited "Metal" Fan Edition - 2 CD + 1 Blu-ray
  • 2 CD
  • Deluxe Box Edition - 4 vinyl LP + 2 CD + 1 Blu-ray
You can pre-order Rammstein: Paris here!
09Mar 2017

First apparition of the Rammstein: Paris DVD

The "Rammstein: Paris" DVD has been added to the database of FSK, which allocates the minimum viewing ages in Germany. We learn that the concert of Paris 2012 will be present in its entirety (128 minutes against 97 for the cinema version), accompanied by a making-of 13 minutes.

We do not yet know the release date of the DVD and Blu-ray. It may quickly follows the cinema screenings (end of March), or we cloud have to wait a few more months.

If you did not yet book your cinemas tickets, you can buy them on Rammstein-paris.co.uk.
21Jan 2017

Officiel Official - "Rammstein: Paris" in cinemas on March 23rd

Rammstein: Paris, a concert-film by Jonas Åkerlund, will screen in selected cinemas across the world on 23rd March 2017! Screenings will be added in Germany, Austria, Switzerland on March 24 and 29.

You can find tickets near your location starting today at www.rammstein-paris.com. Further cities and cinemas will be continuously added.

During the "Made in Germany" tour, Swedish director Jonas Åkerlund filmed two Rammstein concerts in March 2012 at the Bercy Arena in Paris. In the resulting 98-minute film (a version with 16 songs out of 21), Jonas Åkerlund takes a radically new approach to capturing the emotion and thrill of Rammstein's live performance.

We shot two nights in Paris, and we had 30 cameras, so that gives you 60 angles, plus we shot a dress rehearsal for close-ups. That gives you a massive amount of footage. This is a whole Rammstein-show, and I take the footage and cut it with the same precision that I would a 3-4 minute music video. Even with a big crew of editors, it took us over a year to nail down the edit. Looking at it now - that is the strength of this project. It really brings the show alive and shows what Rammstein is all about. I am very happy with Rammstein: Paris. What this film shows wasn't just relevant four years ago - it will always be relevant. Rammstein is a timeless work of art. And even if it might sound a bit pretentious, I'd like to say that I don't think that this level of precision will ever again be attained in a concert film. The film is unique.

Later this year, the complete version of the concert (21 chansons) should be released on Blu-ray and DVD. A must-have for all fans.

15Jan 2017

Rammstein: Paris in cinemas on March 23 ?

The film "Rammstein: Paris" was scheduled in a large number of German cinemas on November 24, 2016, before disappearing from the programming.

According to the "Rio Theater" of Vancouver and the Australian "Village Cinemas" network, the film will be broadcasted on March 23, 2017. In addition, four trailers were added in December to the database of FSK, which allocates the minimum viewing ages of German films.

"Rammstein: Paris" is a 1h38min cinema version of the concerts that were filmed on 6th and 7th March 2012 in Bercy. A DVD and Blu-ray, featuring the complete setlist, should be released shortly after the movie.
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