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Rammstein Are Teasing Something Strange And Beautiful For Thursday

A series of beautiful and bleak video clips on Rammstein’s top Spotify songs suggests the band has something cool in store for us Friday.

We all know that German industrialists Rammstein are releasing their new album later this year, and that they will release five music videos from the new album. Now, Rammstein’s Spotify account has started including a series of vertical video clips with their top songs, teasing something for this Friday.

The clips correspond to specific songs, and seem to suggest that Rammstein will drop big news this Friday — whether it’s the video they recently shared behind-the-scenes images from, or the album itself, is anybody’s guess. But the clips contain the running themes of a black woman dressed in various stylized outfits, and frontman Till Lindemann’s severed head.

Sonne sees her praying in a high-collared red dress:

Rammstein Spotify 1

Mein Herz brennt has her cradling Till Lindemann’s head while dressed in a military outfit:

Rammstein Spotify 2

Links 2 3 4 includes her marching forward dressed as a drummer boy:

Rammstein Spotify 3

Ich tu dir weh has her in red again, hoisting Till’s head:

Rammstein Spotify 4

Keine Lust sees her flashing a bunch of money around:

Rammstein Spotify 5

And Du reichst so gut shows her wrapped in bullets walking her German Shepherds:

Rammstein Spotify 6

Finally, the band added this bleak clip to their YouTube:

What these are teasing, well…we’ll just have to wait until Friday.

In a recent interview about the new album, Rammstein guitarist Paul Landers said, It’s not too sterile, not too clean. It has a lot of life and energy in it, but it’s not all angry. The music is more than that. It’s different for Rammstein. You might even say it’s fun to listen to.”

Everyone with a computer can make music at home,” he continued. You can program stuff and get nice-sounding drum programs and the sound is very good off the soundcards you have at home. That’s fine, but our goal was to have something that could never be done at home, where you really hear the humans behind the instruments. To see your drummer play when you work on songs and see there are real people involved in your band I think is good for us.” 

If you want to catch all the theatrical weirdness of Rammstein live, make sure to see them at one of the dates listed below:

27 Gelsenkirchen, Veltins-Arena
28 Gelsenkirchen, Veltins-Arena 

01 Barcelona, RCDE Stadion
05 Bern, Stade de Suisse
08 Munich, Olympiastadion
12 Dresden, Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion
13 Dresden, Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion
16 Rostock, Ostseestadion
19 Copenhagen, Telia Parken
22 Berlin, Olympiastadion
25 Rotterdam, Feyenoord Stadion
28 Paris, Paris La Defense Arena 

02 Hanover, HDI Arena
06 Milton Keynes, Stadium MK
10 Brussels, Stade Roi Baudoin
13 Frankfurt/Main, Commerzbank-Arena
16 Prage, Eden Aréna
17 Prage, Eden Aréna
20 Luxembourg, Roeser Festival Grounds
24 Chorzow, Slaski Stadium
29 Moscow, VTB (Dynamo)

02 St. Petersburg, Zenith
06 Riga, Lucavsala Park
10 Tampere, Ratina Stadion
14 Stockholm, Stockholm Stadion
18 Oslo, Ulleval Stadium
22 Vienna, Ernst-Happel-Stadion

Posted on March 26th 2019, 7:00p.m.
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