Emigrate, the alternative project of the Rammstein guitarist, Richard Kruspe, has finally given signs of life after four years of the release of 'Silent So Long', his second studio album. It has been confirmed that the third material of the band will be called 'A Million Degrees' and will be released next November 30 in standard format, digital and vinyl.
'A Million Degrees' includes collaborations with Till Lindemann, his partner at Rammstein; Cardinal Copy of Ghost, his ex-partner, Margaux Bossieux and Ben Kowalewski of Bill Talent.
The first promotional single with its respective video will be released on the weekend.
Emigrate made his debut in 2005, taking advantage of the rest that Rammstein took after the release of 'Rosenrot', obtaining a medium success. Then, Kruspe returned to resume the project in 2014 with 'Silent So Long' in which he had great collaborations such as Marilyn Manson, Lemmy Kilmister and Jonathan Davis.
Richard Kruspe is also concentrating on Rammstein's seventh studio album, which is currently in the process of mixing and final details for a theoretical release in the first part of 2019, followed by an extensive world tour, whose first dates will be announced. soon. The band also returns to Mexico to give a couple of special shows on December 31 and January 2 in Puerta Vallarta, Jalisco.