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Rammstein – Milton Keynes – Saturday 6th July 2019

I normally avoid arena and stadium gigs like the plague but if one band was going to change my mind, then it has to be Rammstein, especially as they are only doing one UK gig here in 2019. Tickets were bought last November and the last eight months have seemed …

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RAMMSTEIN STORM THE CHARTS WORLDWIDE

Rammsteins’ long awaited, ‘untitled’, seventh studio album landed at Number 3 on the official UK album charts in it’s first week, making them the first German speaking band to ever achieve an official UK Top 10 album. The band’s ‘untitled‘  is the second studio album to be released in the …

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Rammstein – Rammstein.

Rammstein

Rammstein  have most certainly divided opinion since their formation in Berlin 1994. Their latest self titled seventh studio album, released by Spinefarm/Universal has been a long time coming, 10 years to be precise but it’s well worth the wait! The cover is of an unstruck match which may be a …

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Rammstein announce 2019 European stadium tour

Rammstein have announced a stadium tour for summer 2019 with dates across Europe.  There’s just one UK show – at the stadium MK, Milton Keynes. 05/27/2019 Gelsenkirchen, Veltins-Arena 05/28/2019 Gelsenkirchen, Veltins-Arena 06/01/2019 Barcelona, RCDE Stadium 06/05/2019 Bern, Stade de Suisse 06/08/2019 Munich, Olympiastadion 06/12/2019 Dresden, Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion 06/13/2019 Dresden, Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion 06/16/2019 …

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Rammstein to hold a signing session in London this week

Rammstein will mark the launch of ‘Rammstein: Paris’ with a visit to London to meet fans and sign copies of this long-awaited concert film, first shown theatrically and now available as a multi-format, lavishly-packaged release via Spinefarm Records. This rare event – only the second time Rammstein have undertaken a …

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Download Festival 2016 – Friday 10th June

Royal Republic (7) are the perfect Lemmy stage opening band for the weekend – fun, energetic and with a Volbeat-esque vibe to boot, they’re able to get things going in the best way possible. Finishing song Full Steam Space Machine is a particular highlight and the band look certain to …

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When Football and Metal Collide: Part 1

Marilyn Manson sang about The Beautiful People. Machine Head gave us Beautiful Mourning. And although not common, The Beautiful Game intertwines with metal on a number of occasions, from Download Festival’s 5-a-side tournament to Steve Harris’ West Ham crest on his bass (but more about that in Part 2…). With …

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Hotei featuring Rammstein’s Richard Z. Kruspe – new single ‘Move It’

‘Move It’ The new single – out todayfeat. Richard Z. Kruspe (Emigrate / Rammstein) Debut UK album Strangers out now Hotei has revealed the video for his latest single ‘Move It’ which features guest vocals from Richard Z. Kruspe (Emigrate/Rammstein). Echoing the upbeat industrial vibe of the song and shot in Berlin, …

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RAMMSTEIN unleashes new ‘RAMMSTEIN IN AMERIKA’ live dvd

Rammstein made a triumphant return to the U.S. stage for the first time in 10 years, to headline one sold-out concert at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. The venue’s more than 18,000 seats were snatched up for the special appearance within less than 30 minutes of going on sale, …

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Opinion: The Top 5 Albums of the Year…So Far!

Earlier this year, PlanetMosh’s Elliot Leaver began his own independent music blog, the Food of Love. Today, with the grace of the powers that be, he is able to share his own rants and reviews via the Food of Love with PM for the first time. This is his Top …

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Lindemann release debut album

Rammstein frontman Till Lindemann is to release ‘Skills In Pills’, the debut album from his self-titled side project, this coming Friday (June 19). It will be available in standard, special, ‘super deluxe‘ and vinyl editions.

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Emigrate – Silent So Long

Solo projects are something of a lottery – whilst allowing an artist the freedom to express their own musical direction in a way they can’t with their main band, the natural comparison to the works of their main project will be inevitable. Spare a thought, therefore, for Richard Z. Kruspe. …

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EMIGRATE confirm new album for UK November release via Spinefarm Records

Formed by Rammstein’s Richard Kruspe, Emigrate have now set the release date for their new studio album – the follow up to the 2007 self-titled debut, a Top 10 German chart entry. Titled ‘Silent So Long’, this sophomore outing – produced by Emigrate themselves and mixed in Los Angeles by …

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Sisters Of Mercy – Mandela Hall, Belfast – 8/07/2014

Sisters Of Mercy

Having had the support act cancel last minute, and with the doors opening a good 2 hours before the headliners were due to go on stage, there was a buzz in the air of the gathering audience, no-one knowing quite what to expect. Finally the pulsating beat of ‘More’ thumped …

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Download Festival, Part 3 – Sunday 16th June, 2013

Download Festival 2014 dates and early bird offer announced

So two days of rock and metal carnage down, one to go. And as this punter walked down towards the Main Stage on the Sunday morning of Download Festival 2013, I couldn’t help but smile at the wires attaching the stage to the sound tower, knowing what they were for. …

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Gothminister – Utopia

‘Utopia’, Norwegian darkened industrialists Gothminister’s fifth album, is a concept work based around the concept of ‘Mr Jekyll And Dr Hyde’ – with, on this occasion, the inspiration coming from band leader Bjørn Alexander Brem and the duality of his existence as a lawyer by day and heavy metal musician …

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Stahlmann – Adamant

At first listen, German electro-industrialists Stahlmann evoke immediate comparisons with fellow countrymen Rammstein – huge chugging, crunching riffs, backed by punchy rhythms… and vocals delivered in their native language!  Add in a penchant for covering themselves in silver paint on stage, and its a parellel which they make stupidly simplistic …

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Combichrist – No Redemption (DmC: Devil May Cry OST)

Music aside, the industrial “scene” so to speak is at once compelling and completely perplexing, for while there exists a healthy number of acts who have attained considerable success despite the often violent, machine-like and vastly uncommercial tendencies it possesses (Combichrist themselves are often described as “aggrotech”), it’s never had …

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A Life Divided – The Great Escape

Gotta say those Germans sure know how to bring varying styles together to good effect. A Life Divided do this with great aplomb throughout their fourth studio album, The Great Escape. It’s a retro-fitted piece of new romantic, electro rock with a commercial feel and some gothic undertones thrown in …

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Planetmosh Review of 2012

Da da da dada da DAHHHHHHH!!!! Ladies and Gentlemen, Planetmosh is proud to present our review of 2012.  There will be tears, there will be cheers, there will be laughter, there will be pain… are we building this up too much? Seriously though, they say a year is a long …

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