The 10-year wait is slowly coming to an end for fans of leaders of the new German hardness Rammstein, as the band have finally announced their seventh as-yet-untitled album will be released May 17th, 2019. The follow up to 2009's Liebe Ist Für Alle Da has been in the works since last year, and will include five of the famously cinematic group's exciting music videos according to guitarist and founding member Richard Kruspe.
Earlier this week Rammstein teased the release of a new song and video "Deutschland" — which is scheduled to premiere later today, March 28th, at 1 p.m. Eastern time. The video teaser has already received criticism from government officials and Jewish leaders in the group's homeland, who have called it "irresponsible" and "tasteless" due to its apparent depiction of band members wearing concentration camp prisoner uniforms, about to hung at the gallows. Rammstein have yet to respond to the backlash.
Ahead of "Deutschland"'s debut, the band have just shared the single's cover art, which you can see below:
Rammstein have yet to announce any American tour dates this year, but they will kick off a European stadium tour on May 27th in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. Check back in a couple of hours to see the reveal of the new video.