RAMMSTEIN: New Album Title, Track Listing Revealed?

According to a posting at ReleaseMagazine.net, German industrial metallers RAMMSTEIN have set "Reise Reise" (which roughly translates to "Journey Journey") as the title of their new album, tentatively due late September. The tentative track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Reise Reise
02. Amerika
03. Los
04. Wo Bist Du
05. Mein Teil
06. Dalai Lama
07. Keine Lust
08. Morgenstern
09. Amore

The album's first single, "Mein Teil" (written about the man who was willingly eaten by a cannibal in Germany), is set for a June 28 release and will feature a remix by the PET SHOP BOYS. Commented Release magazine contributor Johan Carlsson: "The album feels more natural, and the electronics – while still present – are taking a backseat. Strings and choirs beef up the sound at times, and even some blues can be found on one track. They haven't lost the heavy RAMMSTEIN sound though."


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