Rammstein: 'Pussy' Single Artwork Unveiled

artist: Rammstein date: 09/08/2009 category: new releases
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Rammstein: 'Pussy' Single Artwork Unveiled
Rammstein, the Berlin, Germany-based industrial metal sextet well known for its controversial and fiery live performances, will release a new single, "Pussy", on September 18. It will be made available a two-song digipack, also featuring the track "Rammlied" as the B-side. A video for "Pussy" was recently shot with renowned Swedish director Jonas kerlund, who has previously worked with Metallica, Satyricon, Madonna and The Prodigy, among others. Check out the single artwork here. "Pussy" comes off Rammstein's new album, which will be released in the U.S. on October 20 via Vagrant Records. The band's first new CD in four years contains 11 songs which were once again mixed and mastered by Jacob Hellner in Stockholm, Sweden. Pre-production for the new release was done at Castle Beerenstedt in eastern Germany's Halle/Saale while the bulk of the recording was done in late 2008 at Northern California's Sonoma Mountain Studio. The track listing for the CD is as follows: 01. Rammlied 02. Ich Tu Dir Weh 03. Waidmann's Heil 04. Haifisch 05. B****** 06. Fruehling In Paris 07. Weiner Blut 08. Pussy 09. Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da 10. Mehr 11. Roter Sand U.K.'s Metal Hammer magazine has posted a complete track-by-track guide to the new Rammstein album. Rammstein has sold nearly three million records in the U.S. and over 14 million albums worldwide. The band first stormed American shores in 1998 touring behind their Grammy-nominated breakthrough sophomore release, "Sehnsucht". Band members were jailed in the U.S. on indecency charges during the 1998 Family Values tour due to Rammstein's highly provocative live show. Rammstein's last tour through the U.S. was in 2001 in support of "Mutter", and as they continued to sonically and visually explore societal and sexual taboos, Rammstein has found themselves embroiled in further controversies both here and abroad throughout the last decade. Rammstein retains an aura of mystery due in part to their ambiguous lyrics (sung almost entirely in German) while their chart-topping releases and sold-out worldwide tours prove that fans can't get enough of this enigmatic group. Thanks for the report to Blabbermouth.net.
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