Liebe ist fur alle da

Studio Album by released in 2009

Liebe ist fur alle da review

An unexplainable beauty and theater atmosphere of Rammstein’s works

This October the cult German band Rammstein releases its sixth album Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da. For some this piece of news can be absolutely neutral, but luckily for Till Lindemann, Richard Z. Kruspe and the rest of this renowned collective’s members a constantly growing fan base exists for more than fifteen years on planet Earth. Besides there are their passionate haters of Rammstein’s creative work on the world for its music does contain a lot of aggression and disclosed human vices. At the same time an unexplainable beauty and theater atmosphere are present in the creations of these undoubtedly talented guys playing industrial metal adding a special value to their music. Therefore Rammstein is related to the number of bands which are impossible to be indifferent to – you either feel disgust at their creative work or a truly admire it. And the new album Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da has resulted to be the one to fortify both camps’ positions because both the industrial sound and soft ballads have reached real perfection here.

Rammstein Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da is made in the best traditions of the German rockers

Certainly the album Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da will not disappoint and will even surprise those already well acquainted with Rammstein’s creative work from more than just three songs. Naturally the orchestra arrangements intervened with metal guitars and keyboards are the basis of each track here. If we speak about powerful and insistent songs such as the album opener Rammlied the distorted guitars and vocals acquire a special power in them. When the marvelous ballads start to sound, such as for instance Fruhling In Paris it becomes clear that there is always room for perfection, as Lindemann sings so soulfully and sometimes even harrowingly against the background which is as simple as everything genius. The first single Pussy sung in English has already caused rush with its frank lyrics and no less frank video which millions of Internet users have already seen it but this is far from the only suchlike moment on the album. The composition Ich Tu Dir Weh conquers with fantastic unearthly sounds, passionate vocals and drums that never allows one relax even for a second whereas some are sure to feel like dancing listening to Haifisch. One of the most interesting tracks here is B******** – if you want to explain to somebody what the industrial metal is let him or her listen to this song for you will find Rammstein’s trademark riffs, unbelievable fiddles and thundering vocal part on it. After hearing the amazing title track Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da you will realize why the album is called like that – this is a really worthy composition in the best traditions of the German rockers.

The energy that grows bigger with each new creation

The concentration of feelings on the new record Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da worries, scares, pleases and makes one feel sad at the same time. This time around the album cover art has exceeded all expectations – the members of Rammstein play the roles of some bloodthirsty guys, who might be the members of a secret society just about to sacrifice an innocent girl or perhaps some cannibals. Sex, nature, internal conflicts, never-ending aggression and boundless peace, the themes on the album Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da are varied, contradictory and extremely simple as always. Some may think such topics too scandalous and they are right. Yet we are talking about Rammstein, the band which during all the fifteen years of its existence has done nothing but shocking, arousing polemics and does its best to make the maximum of people pay attention to it. Therefore you can be sure that the sixth album of the rockers whose unrestrained energy seems to grow bigger with each new creation will be followed by even more powerful one and we will get a new injection of blood thrilling rhythms.