RAMMSTEIN: Feeling The Pressure
According to a brand-new posting at the group's official web site, "RAMMSTEIN are working with high pressure on their next album. The studio recordings for the next RAMMSTEIN album took place in Spain. Additional recordings were made in a session with strings and choir in Berlin. The mixing session then is held again outside of Germany. More soon here. There is no release date for album and single yet. As soon as there are dates, you will find them here."
As previously reported, production duties on the upcoming CD are being handled by Jacob Hellner, who worked with the group on 2001's "Mutter".
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