Rammstein Get German Ban Lifted
Rammstein have won a legal battle against the German government, which means the original version of the current album Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da is back in the shops over there.
Last November, the succinctly named Federal Office For The Examination Of Media Harmful To Young People decided that some of the album’s artwork and also the song Ich Tu Dir Weh (which translates as I Want To Hurt You) were offensive. Therefore the only way Rammstein could get the album into German stores was by removing the offending song and artwork.
But their label Universal launched a legal action against this decision, which has now proven successful. So, Germans can now get copies of the original album.
Rammstein will, of course, headline the main stage at Sonisphere on July 31.
Find out more at www.rammstein.de