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which lands in stores tomorrow (Friday, December 7)
The first Emigrate album appeared in 2007 (a self-titled record that went Top 10 in Germany, with single / video “My World” appearing on the soundtrack to the third ‘Resident Evil’ movie); Silent So Long followed in 2014, featuring guest vocals from such high-profile artists as Marilyn Manson, Jonathan Davis, Peaches and the legend that will always be Lemmy; and now there’s a new / third album.
Featuring 11 tracks, a fresh production team plus vocal contributions from Rammstein’s Till Lindemann & Billy Talent’s Benjamin Kowalewicz this latest release is less a successor to ‘Silent So Long’ and more a re-booted take on the overall concept, continuing Kruspe’s desire to craft something personal.
He writes the material, including new single / video ‘1234’ (spotlighting Kowalewicz), sings the bulk of the songs (in English) and works hard – sometimes in the face of adversity – to keep everything rubber-stamped as ‘special’, fashioning a body of work that will appeal to both existing supporters and those who appreciate the power of a great song delivered from heart above head.
- 1234 (feat. Ben)
- A Million Degrees
- Lead You On (feat Margaux Bossieux)
- You Are So Beautiful
- Hide and Seek
- We Are Together
- Let’s Go feat. Till Lindemann
- I’m Not Afraid
- Eyes Fade Away