A unique new live concert film from Rammstein is set to hit theatres this Spring, featuring their performances in Paris five years ago. Entitled simply 'Rammstein: Paris', the film hits theaters worldwide ahead of their 2017 Festival Tour and comes just two years after their last live DVD.

Rammstein release new film 'Rammstein: Paris'Rammstein release new film 'Rammstein: Paris'

Directed by Jonas Åkerlund - who has previously worked with the likes of The Prodigy, Metallica and The Rolling Stones - the concert film features footage from their two shows at the Palais Omnisports arena in Paris in 2012, where they played to an audience of 17,000 songs the likes of 'Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen?' and their later hit 'Frühling in Paris'.

Åkerlund has previously directed music videos for Rammstein's songs 'Mein Land', 'Mann gegen Mann', 'Pussy' and 'Ich tu dir weh'. 'Rammstein: Paris' is sure to be another visually stunning number, given how the band are famous for their on-stage theatrical antics and love of pyrotechnics.

The worldwide release will precede the German metal band's forthcoming tour which will take them to a number of European festivals including Rock im Park in Nuremberg, Rock am Ring, Tallinn Rockfest, Resurrection Fest and Festival De Nîmes. They will also be visiting the US with shows in New York, Chicago, Dallas and Las Vegas. The tour comes just eight months after their wrapped their 2016 world tour, which marked the end of a three-year hiatus.

The 'Du Hast' hitmakers' last video album was the Platinum-certified number one 'Rammstein in Amerika' from September 2015. That year they also released their 20th anniversary box set 'XXI', however they haven't released a new album since 2009's 'Liebe ist für alle da'. 

Expect an exciting show with 'Rammstein: Paris'Expect an exciting show with 'Rammstein: Paris'

Rammstein are one of the world's biggest hard rock bands. Since releasing their first single 'Du riechst so gut' in 1995, they have launched six albums, sold more than 35 million albums around the world and their line-up has never changed yet. 

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'Rammstein: Paris' is set for release on May 19th 2017.

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