New RAMMSTEIN Song Leaked; Fan Sites Threatened With Legal Action

8:54 AM / Posted by metallic sucker and moslem militan /

German music web site Laut.de reports that a brand new RAMMSTEIN song entitled "Liebe Ist Für Alle Da" has been leaked onto the Internet. Although the German industrial metal band's representatives, Pilgrim Management, have not publicly confirmed the track's authenticity, the fact that Pilgrim is being listed as the registered owner of the www.liebeistfueralleda.de web domain seems to suggest that the song is, in fact, the genuine article.

According to Laut.de, RAMMSTEIN's management has threatened legal action against any web sites that post links to the copyright-infringing material. As a result, Europe's largest RAMMSTEIN fan site Rammstein-Austria.com is currently directing all of its traffic to its forum. Other RAMMSTEIN fan sites have also reportedly been told to refrain from posting links to the song, which is expected to appear on the band's new studio album.

In 2004, RAMMSTEIN's management reportedly sent a cease-and-desist letter to the Berlin-based RAMMSTEIN fan site RammsteinFan.de demanding the removal of several copyrighted images and ringtones.

RAMMSTEIN recorded the initial tracks for the band's new album in Los Angeles with Jacob Hellner and the production team of Ulf Kruckenberg and Florian Ammon. A studio was rented near San Francisco for the bulk of the main recording work.

RAMMSTEIN's last album, "Rosenrot", received its long-overdue U.S. release in March 2006 via Universal Music. The CD, which was certified platinum in Germany for sales in excess of 200,000 copies within two weeks of release in October 2005, topped the official album chart in Germany, Austria and Finland, and landed at No. 2 in Sweden and Denmark, No. 4 in the Netherlands and the Czech Republic, No. 5 in France, No. 6 in Mexico, No. 11 in Italy and No. 29 in the U.K. In addition, "Rosenrot" achieved gold status in Austria, the Czech Republic and Switzerland.

RAMMSTEIN's "Völkerball" DVD was released in North America in September 2007.

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