It looks like Rammstein are planning to start work on their next album, the follow up to 2009’s ‘Liebe ist für alle da’, as soon as September.
Speaking to bloody-disgusting.com, Peter Tagtgren – who works with Rammstein frontman Till Lindemann on their side-project Lindemann – revealed they’re looking to begin pre-production this autumn.
“Till is going to go back to Rammstein in September to begin pre-production stuff,” he explains, “and he says that it usually takes two years from when they start until the album is done.”
So we could be looking at a new album in 2017, eight years after their last.
“[After this] I’m going to sit down and then think if I should do another Pain album, another Hypocrisy album, or [if I] should keep writing for Lindemann,” he adds. “Right now, I have so many ideas for the Lindemann project.”
Lindemann’s debut album, ’Skills in Pills’ will be released on Monday 22nd June.
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