Rammstein to visit Mexico

The German industrial metal band will visit the American continent with their seventh album

Rammstein to visit Mexico
English 14/01/2020 12:55 Newsroom Mexico City Actualizada 15:14
Guardando favorito...

Leer en español

Rammstein will come back to the American continent and Mexico is among the countries they will visit, as they announced in their social networks in a video with “Amerika” as the musical background.

The industrial metal German band will come back with its seventh album launched in 2019.

Did you know the gothic rock band Bauhaus will visit Mexico?



Una publicación compartida de Rammstein (@rammsteinofficial) el

The German band will visit Mexico City’s Foro Sol on September 27.

Tickets presale starts on January 22 and the general sale starts on January 24 via Ticketmaster.  However, tickets sold out on Thursday, but the industrial metal German band announced on Friday they will give another concert in the city on September 26.

The comeback
In May, Rammstein launched its first album after ten years. The German industrial metal band’s album has no title and includes eleven new songs.



Una publicación compartida de Rammstein (@rammsteinofficial) el

In their seventh album, whose minimalist cover shows a matchstick with a white background, the band has once again chosen provocation and ambivalent interpretations, according to German media outlets.

Have you heard of the Mexicans who will perform at Coachella 2020?



Una publicación compartida de Rammstein (@rammsteinofficial) el

Since late March 2019, the single “Deutschland” (Germany) had been released and only in a week, its video already had 25 million views on Youtube, as informed the German edition of magazine Rolling Stone.

As usual, the video has caused controversy because the members of the band wear attires similar to those used by prisoners in concentration camps while the Afro-German actress Ruby Commey portrays “Germania.”



Una publicación compartida de Rammstein (@rammsteinofficial) el

In this regard, Felix Klein, commissioner of the German government for anti-Semitism affairs declared that “the staging of Rammstein musicians as prisoners in concentration camps sentenced to death exceeded a red line.”

Did you know the Vive Latino music festival will take over Spain?

The lyrics of “Radio,” the second single of the album, alludes to the Nazi era and pretends to be a call against censorship and oppression, according to German media outlets.

Have you heard the Ceremonia music festival will take place in Mexico City?

The album has different musical undertones although the band keeps loyal to its formula: “an amazing horror spectacle,” as says the web edition of German magazine Spiegel.



Una publicación compartida de Rammstein (@rammsteinofficial) el

Among the most used rhetorical stylistic resources is the oxymoron, that is, the use of contradictory concepts, as happens in the song “Tattoo” where the use of German proverbs uses this device.

In the song “Ausländer” (Foreigners), the sextet portrays nationality stereotypes and a cosmopolitan vision while in “Zeig dich” (Show yourself) they address the accusations of sexual abuse against the Catholic Church.



Una publicación compartida de Rammstein (@rammsteinofficial) el

In addition, the song called “Halloman” (The Hello Man) also addresses the topic of abuse of minors, while “Weit weg” (Away) talks about voyeurism, and “Puppe” (Doll) talks about prostitution.



Una publicación compartida de Rammstein (@rammsteinofficial) el

Rammstein’s tour, known for its firework shows, has planned to visit Norway, Spain, Russia, Denmark, France, and the Czech Republic, among other countries.

Are you ready for EDC Mexico 2020?


Guardando favorito...