OOMPH! reveals new 'Des Wahnsinns Fette Beute' album coverPosted on 02/04/12
German Neue Deutsche Härte rockers OOMPH! will release their new album "Des Wahnsinns Fette Beute" on 18 May 2012. This 11th full cd will be released via Sony/Columbia in 3 different formats: cd Standard Edition, cd+bonus dvd Deluxe Edition and an Amazon Deluxe Edition (cd+dvd+t-shirt) (direct link).
As you can see above the new album cover shows the band in some kind of outfit that will surely reminds you the A-Team. OOMPH! previously announced that they will make a parody on themselves on this long awaited new cd. A new single will be released soon followed by a big tour, starting in Russia, and performances on a lot of European festivals.
You can already check out 2 teasers, here and here or right after the jump.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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