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RAMMSTEIN Announces Anniversary Edition Of Sehnsucht

Just ahead of their European tour.

Rammstein 2022
Photo by Bryan Adams

Rammstein is revisiting their 1997 album Sehnsucht with a newly remastered version coming on June 9. The new version of Sehnsucht will feature:

  • The entire album remastered in HD sound
  • A new mix of the track "Spiel mit mir"
  • All new packaging designed by the original artwork designer Dirk Rudolph
  • A 40-page booklet featuring unpublished and re-edited photos by artist Gottfried Helnwein
  • An embossed silver foil slipcase

Pre-orders for the anniversary edition of Sehnsucht here. As far as the popularity of Sehnsucht, it spawned three of the band's massive hits – "Du hast", "Bück dich", and "Engel". The album has sold over one million copies in the United States alone.

Rammstein will kick off their European tour in support of their latest record Zeit later in May. Zeit was co-produced by Rammstein and Berlin producer Olsen Involtini, and was recorded at La Fabrique Studios in St. Rémy de Provence, France. The album is released almost exactly three years to the day of its predecessor, Rammstein's 2019 untitled album that shot straight to the top of 14 international charts—including the U.S. top 10—following the longest break between albums of their career to date.

5/22 – Lithuania, Vilnius, Vingio Parkas
5/27 – Finland, Helsinki, Olympiastadion
5/28 – Finland, Helsinki, Olympiastadion
6/2 – Denmark, Odense, Dyrskueplads
6/7 – Germany, Munich, Olympiastadion
6/8 – Germany, Munich, Olympiastadion
6/14 – Slovakia, Trenčín, Trenčín Airport
6/17 – Switzerland, Bern, Stadion Wankdorf
6/18 – Switzerland, Bern, Stadion Wankdorf
6/23 – Spain, Madrid, Estadio Cívitas Metropolitano
6/26 – Portugal, Lisbon, Estádio Da Luz
7/1 – Italy, Padova, Stadio Euganeo
7/6 – Netherlands, Groningen, Stadspark
7/11 – Hungary, Budapest, Puskás Aréna
7/15 – Germany, Berlin, Olympiastadion
7/16 – Germany, Berlin, Olympiastadion
7/22 – France, Paris, Stade de France
7/26 – Austria, Vienna, Ernst-Happel-Stadion
7/30 – Poland, Chorzów, Stadion Śląski
8/4 – Belgium, Brussels, King Baudouin Stadium

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