Rammstein To Celebrate New Year’s Eve With Beach Party In Mexico

Rammstein will be bringing in the New Year with a special beach party in Puero Vallarta, Mexico. The group will play two shows with the first being held on New Year’s Eve (December 31) and the second being held on January 2. The band posted the following:

Rammstein return to Mexico after two years – choosing Mexico’s heavenly beaches to throw an unforgettable two-night only and very exclusive show this Dec. 31 and Jan. 2 in Puerto Vallarta. This unique experience is only for a limited group of fans around the world.”

Notably, the StubHub page for the event also added that Rammstein are “in the final phase of the production of their seventh studio album which will be released before the end of the year, so Mexican fans will very likely be the first to hear the new songs.” Tickets go on sale next Wednesday (June 27) and they will start at $225 for the show only, and will go up to the thousands if you want to stay at the resort.

[via Metal Injection]

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Richard Kruspe On New Rammstein Album: “I Just Feel Like, For Some Reason, That It’s Gonna Be The Last Record”

Richard Kruspe was recently interviewed at Resurrection Fest, and talked a bit about the new Rammstein album. According to him the band have “around 28 ideas” and that there is a possibility that it can be their last album.

Kruspe said the following:

“I was very skeptical to go back with RAMMSTEIN into the studio, because last time we almost broke up because of making a record,” the guitarist admitted. So it’s just always very, very stressful and painful. And I think going through that experience, I was a little nervous about that. And we came up with a deal, or an agreement. We said that we wanna go back and only record maybe five songs, to not put any pressure on us.

“We started, like, two years ago, and I can say just playing with the guys, for some reason, it was very natural and I had a lot of fun. And since then, we’ve just created around twenty-eight ideas — I wouldn’t say ‘songs,’ but ideas. And somehow we managed to move back to the beginning of the world of RAMMSTEIN where we, basically, are very emotional and very enthusiastic about writing again. It wasn’t like that before. We came back to a point that everyone is really respecting the other one, and it feels kind of like a circle almost, that we start from zero again, which feels nice. It’s kind of like you’ve been through all the problems, which you have when you play with the same lineup for twenty-two years, which is difficult. A lot of bands, they can’t really stay there, they’re changing people, and we don’t really believe in that. We’ve been through a lot of downs, and there were probably a lot of moments where I felt like, ‘I don’t wanna do it anymore, I don’t wann be in a band anymore,’ but somehow we’ve managed it, through talking and communication, to stay together. So here we are, writing and feeling very good about it, so I’m pleased.”

He also added:

“Of course, a band wants to always do the best album [it can] do at the moment. This time, what we’re really gonna do is we’ll try changing the producer team. We’ve worked with our producer for the last six records, and this time we felt like we need a chance, so at the moment we’re meeting new producers and finding what is the best for the team at the moment.

“I just feel like, for some reason, that it’s gonna be the last record we do. That’s a feeling — I can be wrong, but just at the moment, I feel like this is maybe the last [shot at making an album] we have, and I wanna give two hundred percent in that and make it as good as it can be,” he added. “When I listen to the stuff, there’s so much potential, and I’m very pleased about what we do at the moment. So I’m looking really forward to start recording maybe next year.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Rammstein Post “Mann Gegen Mann” Live Video From “Rammstein: Paris”

Rammstein have posted a new live video for “Mann Gegen Mann.” The footage comes from their “Rammstein Paris” live release which was released on May 19. That effort features the band’s March 2012 shows at the Palais Ominsports de Paris-Bercy in Paris, France.