The All Punked Up TEAM has good news for the Rammstein Fans

“We are finishing the latest mixes. Probably it will be out on April 2019. Everything we do about Rammstein takes a lot, because we are six, plus production and sound engineering… Everyone on the team has their own opinions. Simply, everything it’s going very slow, sometimes we lose so much time and it could be very frustrating. But I believe that this upcoming album has potential that until now Rammstein never reach before. To me, one of the reasons that have led me to return to record again with the band was the desire to balance our popularity of our shows with our music. People think on Rammstein especially for the fire on the shows, so I thought “I don’t want to become the new KISS, a band that people talks because their makeup and effects, but not because their music.” declare Richard Kruspe, guitarist from the German band Rammstein to a recent interview with HEAVY CONSQUENCE, confirming the rumors from the last months about the upcoming album with a release date for April 2019.


Also, Richard talks a little about what the fans should expect from the new sounds on this new album. He said: “To me, the process of doing this record was something that I’m very happy with, because we’ve managed to gain a certain kind of respect back that we have lost in the past. It also kind of reminded me, the way that we are at the moment, as the beginning from Rammstein. So, music-wise, I think it’s richer when it comes to harmonies and melodies.”

And the past November 2, Rammstein announced the full dates of an European stadium tour for summer 2019. Check the dates from below:

Jun. 28 – Paris, France @ La Defense Arena
Jul. 02 – Hannover, Germany @ HDI Arena
Jul. 06 – Milton Keynes, UK @ Stadium
Jul. 10 – Brussels, Belgium @ Stade Roi Baudouin
Jul. 13 – Frankfurt, Germany @ Commerzbank Arena
Jul. 16 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Eden Arena
Jul. 17 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Eden Arena
Jul. 20 – Luxembourg @ Roeser Festival Grounds
Jul. 24 – Chorzow, Czech Republic @ Stadion Slaski
Jul. 29 – Moscow, Russia @ VTB Arena
Aug. 02 – St. Petersburg, Russia @ Stadium
Aug. 06 – Riga, Latvia @ Lucavsala
Aug. 10 – Tampere, Finland @ Ratina Stadion
Aug. 14 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Stadion
Aug. 18 – Oslo, Norway @ Ullevaal Stadion
Aug. 22 – Vienna, Austria @ Ernst-Happel Stadion