11 Songs, 45 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
13 Ratings
13 Ratings
jhudson1963 ,

Wrong Genre

I don’t know why they’re in the metal genre. This band would fit better in alternative or electronic.

He who poops by the river ,

Sinatra Kennedy is a moron

I have no idea who these guys are, but the music don’t sound bad at all. Not great, but not bad; hence the 3 out of 5 stars. Please keep in mind though that I have not had time to fully digest this album though so that rating is definitely to be taken with a grain of salt. That leads me to my next point... this other “reviewer” (Sinatra Kennedy) gave this album 5 stars even though they still had yet to hear the album and then even Sinatra continues to say that the 2 songs they did hear left him unimpressed. Do not be like Sinatra Kennedy everyone! If you’re going to rate an album, at least have the brain to say “maybe I should listen to this before giving my honest opinion”. I can’t handle how stupid some people can be! The album ain’t bad from what I heard, but as far as that other review... it’s totally pointless and a waste of every readers time.

Sinatra Kennedy ,


I’m giving this a five star rating before I hear it only because it’s not fair to do less. After I hear the entire album and especially Tobias’s contribution I will re-rate it. The two current singles did not impress me. So I’m worried. I wasn’t expecting a Greenday vibe.

About Emigrate

A side project from Rammstein member Richard Kruspe, Emigrate first became an idea in 2001 but didn't become possible until 2005 when Rammstein decided to take some time off from recording and touring. A year later subscribers to Rammstein's email newsletter were offered the Emigrate track "My World" as a free download. In 2007 the gritty, aggressive song landed on the Resident Evil: Extinction soundtrack along with Emigrate's self-titled debut, released by the German label Motor. ~ David Jeffries