RAMMSTEIN Announces London Signing Session TONIGHT IN LONDON
German industrial metallers RAMMSTEIN will mark the launch of "Rammstein: Paris" with a visit to London to meet fans and sign copies of this long-awaited concert film, first shown theatrically and now available as a multi-format, lavishly-packaged release via Spinefarm Records.
This rare event — only the second time RAMMSTEIN has undertaken a signing session of this type in the U.K. — will take place on Wednesday, May 24 at the historic Café De Paris in London's West End.
Café de Paris
3 Coventry St.
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Closest tube stations:
Piccadilly Circus / Leicester Square
Fans will be able to queue outside the venue from 5 p.m. on May 24, and wristbands will be distributed to ensure entry.
In March 2012, during the "Made In Germany" tour, Swedish director Jonas Åkerlund shot two acclaimed RAMMSTEIN concerts at the Palais Omnisports arena in Paris in front of 17,000 rabid fans. Featuring 22 songs (128 minutes) from the band's entire repertoire, the resulting film is not only the most spectacular collection of imagery about the most successful German rock band of our time, but also a masterpiece of music cinema, capturing RAMMSTEIN's energy as a unique visual and sonic experience.
"Rammstein: Paris" is available on DVD, Blu-ray, CD, LP and as a digital download.
21 years down the line, with the original lineup, the six East Berliners stand at the very apex of the rock world, achieving album and DVD sales in the millions, headlining festivals and major venues around the world and selling out shows in record time (the band's bill-topping appearance at New York's Madison Square Garden saw the 20,000 seats snapped up in just 20 minutes!).
courtesy of blabbermouth.net
Rammstein News! ’35 Songs Almost Finished’ In Preparation For Next Album
Well ,its about time! ......almost....
Rammstein are well on their way to crafting their seventh studio album. In an interview to promote their new live DVD, Rammstein Paris, guitarist Richard Kruspe revealed the German industrial metal legends have “35 songs almost finished.”
Rammstein Paris looks to be the band’s most refined live concert experience to-date. The heavily cinematic two-hour show is visual almost to the point of being a horror film, with the video for “Wollt Ihr Das Bett In Flammen Sehen?” featuring distortion over frontman Till Lindemann’s face and fireworks in the singer’s hands.
During an interview about Rammstein Paris, Kruspe and guitarist Paul Landers spoke about the band’s future plans. “We have 35 new songs almost finished,” Kruspe revealed to ARD Mediathek. “So it’s worth the wait.” When asked when the next album will see a release, Kruspe answered, “That is always the big question.”
Landers added, “There’s a great chance of an excellent album. We already have six very good songs.”
Rammstein Paris will see a worldwide release May 19. As for Rammstein’s first full-length since 2009, we’ll have to remain patient for the six-piece to keep rounding up new tracks.Curtesy of Loudwiresee link below
Read More: Rammstein Have '35 Songs Almost Finished' For Next Album | http://loudwire.com/rammstein-35-songs-almost-finished-next-album/?trackback=tsmclip
- Barry Roscoe
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RAMMSTEIN: PARIS IN CINEMAS – TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
RAMMSTEIN: PARIS, a concert-film by Jonas Åkerlund, will screen in selected cinemas across the world on 23rd March 2017!
For UK cinema listings, click on the link below :-
During the “Made in Germany” tour, Swedish director Jonas Åkerlund filmed two acclaimed Rammstein concerts in March 2012 – each for an audience of 17,000 at the Bercy Arena in Paris. In the resulting film (with 16 songs from the entire repertoire), Jonas Åkerlund takes a radically new approach to capturing the emotion and thrill of Rammstein’s live performance.
Jonas Åkerlund: “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.”