According to Blabbermouth.net, to promote their new album, "Made In Germany 1995 - 2011", German industrial metallers Rammstein opened a mausoleum in front of O2 World, Berlin, Germany's biggest indoor arena, where they performed on November 25 and November 26. Fans congregated for a procession, including a horse-drawn hearse, which delivered the original death masks of the six bandmembers to the mausoleum. Inside the black cubic building, the busts were carefully placed among candles and a book of condolences was made available for fans to sign.
Video footage can be seen below. View more photos at this location.
Rammstein's long-awaited retrospective release, "Made In Germany 1995 - 2011", will be available on December 13 through Universal Germany's marketing and distribution deal in the U.S. with Vagrant Records.
"Made In Germany 1995 - 2011" will be available in three different editions:
Standard Edition: CD Digipak - Best Of Album
Special Edition: 2-CD Digipak - Best Of Album and Best Of Remixes
Super Deluxe Edition: 2-CD (Best Of Album and Best Of Remixes) as well as 3 DVDs (including the full Rammstein video catalog, all previously available "making-of" and 8 unreleased "making-of" videos) packaged in a steel box complete with a 240-page booklet. Limited to 1,200 copies in the U.S.
All songs and videos on "Made In Germany 1995 - 2011" have been remastered for this release.