If the musical scene is nowadays really large, the finnish band The Rasmus wants to contribute to make even the musical scene cliches more complicated with a new name, they called it Death Pop and under that title they made their new album, Black Roses, which will be released September 30.
“The style was born spontaniously, it’s a combination of mixing sounds from pop instruments with the songs’ personality which are really more darker”, Lauri comments, the singer of the band. …read more »
The Rasmus are doing promotion in Germany this week!
Loads of radio interviews, acoustic radio shows, TV and interviews with magazines.
Yesterday they did an amazing acoustic gig at Radio Saw, check out some nice images here www.radiosaw.de …read more »
So far, we are happy to see the following countries releasing the album:
Estonia 24.09.2008 …read more »
Somehow we have always survived, by getting absorbed in!
- In the cover of our new Black Roses-album is a pretty futuristic rose and there’s some similiar futuristic feeling in the whole album. I liked the Blade Runner-movie and its Vangelis-music which doesn’t have the newest sound but it’s little like 80′s. Maybe there’s some of it catched in our music too. The antique of the future could be a good word to describe this.
Lauri Ylönen of The Rasmus admits that three years is a little too long time to wait a new album from the band, but they didn’t want to hurry this time. …read more »
According the site www.cdon.com the tracklist of the single “Livin’ In A World Without You” is:
Another interview on www.iltalehti.fi with Eero, Aki and Lauri, where they talk also here about the Dynasty Tour; here you can see the interview, while below there’s the translation (thanks to NightWolf__): …read more »
On the website www.iltalehti.fi you can watch a video interview with Eero, Aki and Lauri, where they talk about how was working with Desmond Child, here you can watch the interview, while below there’s the translation (thanks to NightWolf__): …read more »
Today the website www.voice.fi reported the new that the duet between Lauri and Anette Olzon, Nightwish’s singer, won’t be included in the album “Black Roses”.
The reason is that the song don’t fit with the rest of the album. In the same article has been reported also Aki’s opinion, that is the song is however very good and he hope that it can be included in any other release. …read more »
Today on www.therasmus.com has opened a part of the new website: the community.
You can register on it and take part as any other community and enter to exclusive contents, like for example the photos from the making of the video of “Livin’ In A World Without You” and its première. …read more »
There will be a special The Rasmus event in Helsinki on September 5th 2008. The documentary about the making of the album Black Roses will be showed for the first time. It is filmed and produced by Eero and is very good and “close to the band”. There is a chance the album will be played too of course. The band is there, along with Finnish media and VIP invites. …read more »
The Rasmus new single “Livin’ In A World Without You” was the last song written for the new album “Black Roses”. Lauri and Pauli wrotre it together with Desmond Child in a very creative session in the legendary Hansa Studio building in Berlin in May this year. …read more »
On the finish magazine Suosikki of this month there’s a small article about The Rasmus, where it’s written that Friday 5 September in a venue in Helsinki (Dubrovnik restaurant – Eerikinkatu 11), there’ll be the presentation of a documentary on the making of the album “Black Roses”, filmed by Eero. …read more »
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