Rammstein has booked a new tour of stadiums for 2024. This will be the first tour for the band since being cleared of allegationsagainst frontman Till Lindemann. The band continues to promote their 2022 album, Zeit. Tickets go on sale exclusively for LIFAD members on Monday, October 16 at 11:00 CET. General pre-sale begins Wednesday, October 18 at 11:00 CET at Watch a teaser promoting the tour now.Continue reading →
With two back-to-back tours across the US and Europe, festival dates, and a brand-new single all happening in rapid-fire succession, you might think that Priest never sleep, instead fueled by the phantom power of some otherworldly, extraterrestrial entity. While we cannot confirm or deny the validity of that claim, we can attest to the awe-inspiring magnitude of their most recent release, a truly transformative take on Rammstein’s “Engel.” Priest’s “Engel” hammers the mechanized edge of the original into a skin-splitting, piercingly sharp point, with a pounding, bass-heavy beat, gritty, distorted vocal overdubs, and a delicately velveteen, ethereal melody, compliments of female vocalist and Priest visual artist, Greta Helling. Priest reimagines the original by stripping it down to its nuclear core, before quantizing and constructing a truly unique coalescence of electronic and melodic instrumentation that is all their own. A Tribute To Rammstein, available worldwide on August 25th, via Cleopatra Records, and pre-orders are available at the links below. Stream “Engel” by Priest now!
Industrial Metal legends Rammstein’s will release a newly remastered version of their iconic 1997 studio album Sehnsuchton June 9, 2023 as the remastered Sehnsucht Anniversary Edition! The band’s second album catapulted the Dutch Neu Harte band to mainstream success with the hit singles “Du hast” and “Engel” among others. Pre-saves and pre-orders for the music on several formats are available at the link below. The is also offering a limited line of new merch celebrating the album as well. Watch a newly released version of the video for “Du Hast” – now in 4K!
It’s been twenty years since Deathstars arrived on the scene with the release of their debut album Synthetic Generation, and Everything Destroys You (Nuclear Blast) is their sixth outing, and the first following a hiatus after the release of The Perfect Cult in 2014, and its subsequent touring cycle.
Industrial Metal legends Rammstein’s will release a newly remastered version of their iconic 1997 studio album Sehnsuchton June 9, 2023 as the remastered Sehnsucht Anniversary Edition! The band’s second album catapulted the Dutch Neu Harte band to mainstream success with the hit singles “Du hast” and “Engel” among others. Pre-saves and pre-orders for the music on several formats are available at the link below. The is also offering a limited line of new merch celebrating the album as well.
Pop and RnB star Lizzo brought her “Special” world tour of arenas to Europe this winter, complete with a huge stage show, her massive dance crew, and of course her flute. But in tribute to her German fans and Rammstein, in Hamburg this weekend she covered the industrial metal classic “Du Hast!” Watch Lizzo headbang, and twerk while singing the song.
The German Rock scene is legendary for producing exceptional bands like Scorpions and Rammstein. This schnitzel-loving nation is also known for its more niche music acts. Mono Inc. has been at the helm of the Gothic Rock movement since the early 2000s and they show no sign of slowing down.
Steeped in Nordic mythology, France’s Skáld draw extensively on traditional folk music and employ the Old Norse language for many of their lyrics. Huldufólk (Decca / Universal Music) is the group’s fourth full-length release and is themed around the subject of its title: huldufólk, or “hidden people” is the name given to the mythical beings — elves, dwarves, trolls — that populate Nordic folklore. Moreover, according to the press release accompanying this record, the work honours “an entire people in whom many Scandinavians still believe”.
When I was young and brash and had two working knees, I used to visit the high street in Camden, London. Me and my mates would dance ourselves into oblivion at the Electric Ballroom, take the night bus home, hit a Tescos for sausage rolls, and eat them right out the package – cold, before returning to Surrey Quays just before the sun rose.
French Nordic-themed cultural collective Skáld have released a cover version of German metallers Rammstein’s hit, ‘Du Hast’. The track is taken from the band’s upcoming full-length release Huldufólk, due 20th January 2023 via UMusic.