RAMMSTEIN Video Collection Delayed Due To Manufacturing Error
January 11, 2013, 2 years ago
Universal Music has announced that due to a manufacturing plant error, the release of Rammstein’s Videos 1995-2012 will be delayed until February. The new date will be announced next week. Originally due in stores on January 15th, it was decided to delay the release as the band wanted to ensure their fans receive the highest quality packaging possible. Fans who purchased the collection through Amazon’s pre-order will receive their DVDs in conjunction with the new release date.
The collection includes the legendary German band’s complete music video catalog along with two new videos for the song 'Mein Herz Brennt', and is available on standard DVD and Blu-ray. Videos 1995-2012 contains over seven hours of material featuring 25 music videos, 24 behind-the-scenes clips of the making-of-the-videos and a 56-page booklet. Available on three DVDs or two Blu-rays, the collection will be released through the band’s marketing and distribution deal with Density Records in the US.
Rammstein released Made in Germany, their greatest hits album, last December and the Berlin-based six-piece have been performing extensively around the world. Rammstein keep up the pace in 2013 with several European festivals already confirmed.
Fans can find a complete list of tour dates with ticket information on the band’s website Rammstein.de.