There are still a few weeks to go until the new Rammstein DVD Völkerball is released, so why not use this time to broaden your horizons? Eisbrecher has just released their new album Antikörper and this is one CD you don't want to miss! Fans of German vocals on top of hard riffs fused with electronics are sure to be pleased.
The official site has now posted the cover and the full tracklisting for the new CD/DVD/book release, Völkerball. The live material is taken from France (Les Arenes de Nimes, July 23, 2005), England (Brixton Academy, London, between February 3 and 5, 2005), Japan (Club Citta, Tokyo, June 3, 2005), and Russia (Sport Complex Olympiski, Moscow, November 28, 2004). Because of the dates, most of the songs are from Reise, Reise and the rest are a good mix from the previous albums. However, there is only one song from Rosenrot ("Benzin"). The tracklisting is much to long too show you here in the news, so head on over to the official site for further information!
As if two versions weren't enough, Rammstein will be releasing a third version of their upcoming live release. Except it won't just be an extra disc or a Digipak, it's a book, two CDs, and two DVDs! The book will contain 190 pages of pictures taken by French photographer Frederic Batier. This limited edition of Völkerball comes with an additional CD that neither of the other two editions have. The two CDs together contain the entire concert (the single-CD versions only have part of the concert on CD).
So, to sum things up, here are the three versions of Völkerball that are coming out on November 17, 2006 (as confirmed by the official site):
Standard edition: one live DVD (140 minutes), one live CD (75 minutes)
Special edition: one live DVD (140 minutes), one documentary DVD (90 minutes with "Anaconda in the Net" and "'Reise, Reise: The Making of the Album"), one live CD (75 minutes)
Limited edition: one tour photo book (190 pages), one live DVD (140 minutes), one documentary DVD (90 minutes), two live CDs (140 minutes)