Rammstein to release something new on 28 March 2019

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Foto: Bart Heemskerk

Rammstein have posted a teaser on social media. A new release from the German industrial metal band is expected on 28 March 2019.

Update: Rammstein to release a video at 6pm CET.

This afternoon, Rammstein have released a short video on their official Facebook page, titled ‘XXVIII.III.MMXIX’. This title refers to numbers, namely 28.3.2019. Most likely this Thursday, on 28 March, Rammstein will share something new with us. However, it remains unsure what it is going to be.

The video can be seen below:

XXVIII.III.MMXIX

Geplaatst door Rammstein op Dinsdag 26 maart 2019

One possibility might be the new album that fans have been waiting for since Liebe ist für alle da was released in 2009. Rammstein entered the studio last April, but since then they have not shared any official release date of the new album. In September 2018, they confirmed that they are working on the finishing touches of the new album and it is almost ready.

However, the video could also suggest a new single to be released from their new material, or a single with a music video. In any case, Rammstein will go on a European stadium tour this summer. Can we expect this tour to feature a brand new album? Stay tuned!

Rammstein

Rammstein are a heavy metal band from Berlin formed in 1994. The band took its name from Ramstein airshow disaster that occurred in August 1988. Their debut album Herzleid was released in 1995 and received immediate positive reviews from the media. Since then the band has released five more albums. They also contributed to the development of a new subgenre within German hard rock and metal music known as the Neue Deutsche Härte.

Although the majority of their songs contain German lyrics, the group has performed at many major music festivals across the world. Rammstein remains one of the few heavy metal bands without any lineup changes through the years. During their live performances, the band uses many pyrotechnic elements and off-stage theatrics making them one of the best heavy metal live bands.

András Melles
I am a concert and festival enthusiast from Hungary, living in the United Kingdom studying History and International Relations. I've been to various festivals in Europe, and my optimal number of festivals I need to visit a year is 3, but we all know that the more the merrier! My favourite genres are rock and metal, but I am open to all different kinds of music. Favourite bands? Name the sub-genre and I tell you my choice! ;)