Emigrate — the solo alt-metal project from Rammstein guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe — has never been shy about calling in help from its main man's famous friends. The group's last album, 2014's Silent So Long, features cameos from Lemmy Kilmister, Marilyn Manson, Jonathan Davis and Peaches. Today, Emigrate dropped their follow-up record, A Million Degrees, and it too boasts some big-name guest appearances, including Rammstein's Till Lindemann, on the song "Let's Go" — a tease for fans eagerly awaiting the German pyromaniacs' long-awaited new full-length. Ghost's illustrious frontman Cardinal Copia also pops up to lend his sonorous croon to the album's ninth track "I'm Not Afraid." Check it out above; you can stream the LP in its entirety via Spotify below.
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