Back in April of this year (2018), the German industrial metal band started to post tantalising photos online of them working in a studio, as well as pictures of a full Choir recording backing vocals for the new record. The photo said they were putting finishing touches to the new material, and here it is…
After the Berlin Wall came down, he moved back home to Schwerin, where Till Lindemann worked as a basket-weaver and played drums in the band First Arsch (loosely translated as "First Ass" or "First Arse"). At this time, Kruspe lived with Oliver Riedel of the Inchtabokatables and Christoph "Doom" Schneider of Die Firma. Kruspe had come to realize that the music he had previously created did not really suit him.
The band called themselves Rammstein-Flugschau (Rammstein Airshow) after the 1988 Ramstein airshow disaster. Guitarist Paul H. Landers said the spelling of Ramstein with the extra "m" was a mistake. After the band became popular, the band members denied the connection to the air show disaster and said that their name was inspired by the giant doorstop-type devices found on old gates, called Rammsteine. The extra "m" in the band's name makes it translate literally as "ramming stone".
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