25 Jul 2021

According to Russian sources, the shooting of the video for the song "Le Jardin des Larmes", a duet with the French singer Zaz, has started.

The shooting is taking place over three days in Bukhara, Uzbekistan, and is supported by the Uzbek Ministry of Tourism and Sports. A film crew from Russia, actors from Bukhara and stuntmen from the city of Tashkent are involved. According to RammWiki.net, the director of the video is Zoran Bihać and the song is in French with some German verses.

The release dates of the song and video are not yet known.

24 May 2021

Just like the European tour, the North America Stadium tour is officially rescheduled to 2022. All tickets for 2020 or 2021 remain valid. Two additional dates have been added in Los Angeles and Mexico City, for which tickets will go on sale on May 28th at 10am (local concert time). LIFAD club members will have access to a pre-sale (an email has been sent to them). Here is the list of dates:
New dateVenuePostponed date
21.08.2022Montreal, QC, Parc Jean-Drapeau22.08.2021
27.08.2022Minneapolis, MN, U.S. Bank Stadium03.09.2021
31.08.2022Philadelphia, PA, Lincoln Financial Field26.08.2021
03.09.2022Chicago, IL, Soldier Field01.09.2021
06.09.2022East Rutherford, NJ, MetLife Stadium10.09.2021
09.09.2022Foxborough, MA, Gillette Stadium08.09.2021
17.09.2022San Antonio, TX, Alamodome24.09.2021
23.09.2022Los Angeles, CA, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum18.09.2021
24.09.2022Los Angeles, CA, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseumnew
01.10.2022Mexico City, MX, Foro Sol30.09.2021
02.10.2022Mexico City, MX, Foro Sol01.10.2021
04.10.2022Mexico City, MX, Foro Solnew

17 May 2021

Back in 2018, we revealed that Till Lindemann and the French singer Zaz had come together to perform a duet. According to our sources, the title was finalized in the studio at the end of December 2020.

The song should be released soon. Indeed, the GEMA (the organization that manages German copyright) has just added to its database a song called Le jardin des larmes (The Garden of Tears), written by Till Lindemann and composed by Thierry Olivier Faure. The latter is used to compose for Zaz. The rest of the members of Rammstein will not be involved.

To not miss anything of Till's side projects, do not hesitate to follow us on Lindemann World: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

12 May 2021

Rammstein announce additional shows for their scheduled Europe Stadium Tour in 2022:

  • 15.05.2022 Prague, Airport Letnany
  • 26.05.2022 Klagenfurt, Wörthersee Stadion
  • 05.07.2022 Nijmegen, Goffertpark
  • 04.08.2022 Ostend, Park De Nieuwe Koers
The official ticket sale for the additional 4 shows starts on May 19, 15:00 CEST at Rammstein.com/tickets. Members of the Rammstein Fan Club "LIFAD" have the possibility to purchase tickets exclusively from May 17, 15:00 CEST until May 18, 15:00 CEST.

06 May 2021

Rammstein are now auctioning carefully selected gold and platinum awards from the band for a good cause. Sorted by albums, the trophies will be released for auction in the coming months. Each time different organizations will benefit from the distribution of the donations.

It starts today with Paul's platinum award for the album Herzeleid - one of the first awards in the band's history. Click here if you want to participate: https://rammstein.charity

24 Mar 2021

The Europe Stadium tour is officially rescheduled to 2022. Unfortunately, the show in Belfast will be canceled entirely. Tickets for Belfast will be refunded. All other tickets remain valid! Here are the new dates:
New dateVenuePostponed date
20.05.2022Leipzig, Red Bull Arena Leipzig22.05.2021
21.05.2022Leipzig, Red Bull Arena Leipzig23.05.2021
25.05.2022Klagenfurt, Wörthersee Stadion27.05.2021
30.05.2022Zurich, Stadion Letzigrund05.07.2021
31.05.2022Zurich, Stadion Letzigrund06.07.2021
04.06.2022Berlin, Olympiastadion05.06.2021
05.06.2022Berlin, Olympiastadion06.06.2021
10.06.2022Stuttgart, Cannstatter Wasen
Old venue: Mercedes-Benz Arena
11.06.2022Stuttgart, Cannstatter Wasen
Old venue: Mercedes-Benz Arena
14.06.2022Hamburg, Volksparkstadion30.06.2021
15.06.2022Hamburg, Volksparkstadion01.07.2021
18.06.2022Düsseldorf, Merkur Spiel-Arena26.06.2021
19.06.2022Düsseldorf, Merkur Spiel-Arena27.06.2021
22.06.2022Aarhus, Ceres Park23.06.2021
26.06.2022Coventry, Ricoh Arena19.06.2021
30.06.2022Cardiff, Principality Stadium16.06.2021
04.07.2022Nijmegen, Goffertpark24.06.2021
08.07.2022Lyon, Groupama Stadium09.07.2021
09.07.2022Lyon, Groupama Stadium10.07.2021
12.07.2022Turin, Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino13.07.2021
16.07.2022Warsaw, PGE Narodowy17.07.2021
20.07.2022Tallinn, Song Festival Grounds21.07.2021
24.07.2022 Oslo, Bjerke Travbane
Old venue: Trondheim, Leangen Travbane
29.07.2022Gothenburg, Ullevi Stadium30.07.2021
30.07.2022Gothenburg, Ullevi Stadium31.07.2021
03.08.2022Ostend, Park De Nieuwe Koers07.08.2021

20 Mar 2021

Rock Hard France will release on March 26 a special issue "Rammstein: The Archive" with no less than 15 Rammstein interviews with Richard, Till, Ollie and Christoph (conducted in 1997, 1998, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2009), as well as with director Jonas Åkerlund (2017) and producer Jacob Hellner (2020).

It will also features live reports, never-before-seen photos and dossiers.

This special issue can already be ordered on the Rock Hard online shop.

23 Feb 2021

Olaf Heine, one of Rammstein's most emblematic photographers, will release a book entirely dedicated to the band on October 14, 2021. 364 pages will retrace 25 years of collaboration and will allow us to contemplate photographs for the most part unpublished.

As massive and spectacular as the band itself, this celebration of all things Rammstein features the impeccable work of German photographer Olaf Heine.

Arguably the most exciting live musical act in the world, Rammstein has been playing together for more than 25 years-- and Olaf Heine has been photographing them every step of the way. This massive and gorgeously produced celebration of the band features exquisite, mostly unseen images from every aspect of their decades-long history. There are, of course, dozens of concert shots featuring fireballs and fire- consuming costumes in enormous arenas packed to the gills with ramped-up fans. But Heine also ventures beyond the stage with individual portraits of the band, stripped of stage makeup and machinery; domestic scenes from their native Germany, and intimate glimpses inside the recording studio. One of the world's most sought-after photographers, Olaf Heine also creates masterful still-lifes and landscapes that give context and contour to the band's hard-living image. Fans will pore over close-ups of the complexly constructed costumes, outré stage props, and other artifacts that can't be appreciated from the stadium floor. Rounding out the volume are texts from the band members themselves. The book that millions of fans have been waiting for, this love letter delivers--in true Rammstein fashion--all they could want, and more.

06 Feb 2021

In an interview with Motor.de, Flake said that the lockdown, although it deprived Rammstein of a tour, had a positive effect on the band:

By not being able to perform live, our creativity increased. We had more time to think of new things and less distractions. As a result, we made a record that we hadn't planned.

Even though we know that Rammstein already had their eighth album in the corner of their head, the COVID-19 crisis probably accelerated its recording. Flake also discussed the band's sources of inspiration:

Our themes are generally taken from daily life and world events, and there's always something happening. Our theme is basically the craziness of people, and it's not much different in Corona times than in normal times. Donald Trump was very present last year, you could take a lot of traits from that and from people in general, how they behaved in the lockdown. So the sources of inspiration are actually always there. Most of the things you deal with happen in your own head anyway. Only small impulses come from outside, and enough comes through when the streets are only half as full.

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