“There’s a lot of rebirth on this record and it is heavy, but I think that’s why people who like this band, love this band.”
Hailing from Warrnamboul in Victoria, Airbourne are part of a proud Aussie hard rock lineage which also includes AC/DC and Rose Tattoo.
The song also features on the band's widely-acclaimed album, 'Gravity', released through Search And Destroy in June 2018.
For one night only, the punk icons will be teaming up with The Hammer House Of Horror.
The Swedish metal stars are also spending the bulk of the summer as special guest on Metallica's four-leg WorldWired European stadium tour.
'Rammstein' also entered the Billboard 200 at No. 9, rewarding the band with their first North American Top 10 album.
'Rammstein' recently landed at Number 3 on the official UK album charts, making them the first German-speaking band to ever achieve an official UK Top 10 album.
The band's self-titled seventh album has debuted at No.3 on the British official album charts.
The Nashville quartet's new album is set for release on 28 June, via Spinefarm Records.
Comprised of 11 new tracks, Rammstein includes ‘Zeig Dich’ and singles ‘Radio’ and ‘Deutschland.'
The memorable black and white clip was directed by filmmaker Jörn Heitmann.
The much-anticipated new release is their first album since 2009’s 'Liebe Ist Für Alle Da.'
The new song is the first taster from the band's new album, tentatively expected during the summer of 2019.
The band will also play headlining shows in London on 8 July and Amsterdam on 15 July.
The song is also a highlight of the Birmingham-based rockers' self-titled debut album which is available via Snakefarm/Spinefarm Records.