Richard Kruspe was recently interviewed by Metal Hammer magazine, where he spoke about the future of Rammstein. Richard stressed during the interview that the band is not in danger of ending their career. However, he also revealed that the band had a meeting a few months ago and decided to extend their hiatus until next year, feeling no necessity to work on a new album right now.

Richard also revealed that Rammstein have plans to release more than one live DVD, even mentioning 3 DVDs in total:

We have a live DVD coming out, we have another live DVD coming out, we have another live DVD… We have so many live DVDs right now that we have to work that through.

Which concerts do you think Rammstein are going to release? Do you believe we will really get 3 live DVDs? Watch an excerpt of the interview by yourself and let us know what you think in the comments!

  • Jeanette Lillo-stenberg

    I have never been able to feel the Rammsteinske energy in concerts with them,but i often do it by myself, in the woods,in the mountain crosscountry skiing,clean,strong and in a good mood,they give so much energi and stimulations to my head,i hope to go to Berlin somehow and i hope i can go to an concert with them some day,thanks a lot for good spending times! Wish all the members in the band the best in life. :v….:v…:v… JeanetteLill.

  • Senteshi

    The Velodrom concert sounds too good to be true… I think Richard was referring to the Wachen documentary too.

  • There will be 2 DVD’s for sure – MIG tour – bercy -6,7 march, 2012. And LIFAD Tour 9,11.12.2010 Monreal/New York.. Third DVD, I think will be from Velodrom 2001.. Then all tours will be released in video format

    • Name

      Wow, I had no idea what the third DVD could be, but a Mutter Tour DVD would be beyond awesome!

    • SnakeJerusalem

      Although I’m also hoping that the 3rd DVD is Velodrom 2001, I think there is a better chance of being Wacken 2013.

    • Quake

      I think, that the 3rd live dvd (Since it’s 20 years of R+ celebration) will be their old tours. Or at least i hope so.