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09.04.1997 Amsterdam, DeMelkweg (NL) 06.05.1997 Bielefeld, PC 69 07.05.1997 Hamburg, Große Freiheit 36 08.05.1997 Leipzig, Haus Auensee 09.05.1997 Magdeburg, AMO Kulturhaus 10.05.1997 Chemnitz, Südbahnhof 11.05.1997 München, Babylon 12.05.1997 Nürnberg, Forum 13.05.1997 Stuttgart, Longhorn 14.05.1997 Karlsruhe, Festhalle Durlach 15.05.1997 Düsseldorf, Tor 3 17.05.1997 Heerlen, Pinkpop Festival (NL) 18.05.1997 Heerlen, Pinkpop Festival (NL) 19.05.1997 Wels, Alter Schloßhof (A) 20.05.1997 Wien, Sommerarena (A) 21.05.1997 Oberwart, Festivalgelände (A) 22.05.1997 Innsbruck, Messehalle (A) 23.05.1997 Zürich, Volkshaus (CH) 24.05.1997 Basel-Pratteln, Z7 (CH)

03.06.1997 New York, Bank (USA) 04.06.1997 New York, Bank (USA) 05.06.1997 New York, Batcave Downtown (USA) 06.06.1997 New York, Batcave Downtown (USA)

12.06.1997 Hultsfred Festival (S) 14.06.1997 Berlin, Wuhlheide Open Air 19.06.1997 Paris, La Locomotive (F) 21.06.1997 Hurricane Festival, Scheeßel, Eichenring 28.06.1997 Bergum, Waldrock Festival (NL) 05.07.1997 With Full Force Festival, Zwickau, Flughafen Zwickau 12.07.1997 Out in the Green Festival (CH) 13.07.1997 Wels, Underground Festival (A) 22.07.1997 Dronten, Lowland Festival (NL) 16.08.1997 Köln, Bürgerhaus Stollwerk 17.08.1997 Köln, Bizarre Festival 23.08.1997 Hasselt, Pukkelpop Festival (B) 30.08.1997 Konstanz, Rock am See

26.09.1997 Emden, Nordseehalle 27.09.1997 Hamburg, Alsterdorfer Sporthalle 28.09.1997 Bremen, Pier 2 29.09.1997 Münster, Münsterlandhalle 01.10.1997 Nürnberg, Frankenhalle 02.10.1997 Erfurt, Thüringenhalle 03.10.1997 Halle, Eissporthalle 04.10.1997 Kassel, Messehalle 05.10.1997 Cottbus, Messehalle 06.10.1997 Ludwigshafen, Eberthalle 07.10.1997 Oberhausen, Turbinenhalle 09.10.1997 Hannover, Music Hall 10.10.1997 Völklingen, Neuberghalle 11.10.1997 Böblingen, Sporthalle 12.10.1997 Offenbach, Stadthalle 13.10.1997 Koblenz, Sporthalle Oberwerth 15.10.1997 Dresden, Eissporthalle 18.10.1997 Wien, Librohalle (A) 19.10.1997 München, Zenith 20.10.1997 Zürich, Stadthalle Büllach (CH) 21.10.1997 Freiburg, Stadthalle 23.10.1997 Düsseldorf, Philipshalle 15.11.1997 Stockholm, Klubben (S) 16.11.1997 Göteborg, Karen (S) 17.11.1997 Kopenhagen, Pumpehuset (DK) 19.11.1997 Barcelona, Garage Club (ESP) 22.11.1997 Katowice, Odjazdy Festival, Spodek Hall (POL) 24.11.1997 Strassbourg, La Laiterie (F) 25.11.1997 Paris, La Locomotive (F) 27.11.1997 London, Powerhouse (UK) 28.11.1997 Genf, Vorruit (B) 29.11.1997 Amsterdam, DeMelkweg (NL) 30.11.1997 Tilburg, Noorderligt (NL)

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Formation and early years (1994-1995)

Rammstein was founded by guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe . In 1989, he escaped to West Berlin and started the band Orgasm Death Gimmicks. At that time, he was heavily influenced by American music, especially Kiss. After the Berlin Wall came down, he moved back home to Schwerin, where Till Lindemann worked as a basket-weaver, played drums in the band First Arsch.

At this time, Richard lived with Oliver Riedel , of the band The Inchtabokatables, and Christoph "Doom" Schneider (of Die Firma). Richard realized that the music he had previously created did not properly suit him; He envisioned something that would combine machines and the sound of heavy guitars. The three started working together on a new project. Richard soon found it extremely difficult to write both music and lyrics at the same time, so he talked Lindemann into joining Rammstein. Richard first discovered Till when he overheard him singing while he was working.

A contest was held in Berlin for amateur bands in 1994, the winner of which would receive the opportunity to record a four-track demo audiotape in a professional studio. Kruspe , Schneider , Riedel and Lindemann entered and won the contest, which caught the attention of Paul H. Landers , who wanted in on the project upon hearing their demo. To complete their sound, Rammstein then attempted to recruit Christian "Flake" Lorenz , who used to play with Landers in Feeling B. At first Lorenz was hesitant, but eventually agreed to join the band.

Herzeleid (1995-1997)

Rammstein began to record their first studio album entitled Herzeleid in March 1995 with producer Jacob Hellner. They released their first single Du riechst so gut on 17 August and later released the album on 24 September 1995. Later that same year, they toured with Clawfinger in Warsaw and Prague. Rammstein headlined a tour of their own through Germany from 2 December to 22 December consisting of 17 shows which helped to boost the band's popularity. They then went on several tours throughout early 1996, releasing their second single entitled Seemann on 8 January 1996.

On 27 March, Rammstein performed on MTV's Hanging Out in London; their first performance in the UK . Rammstein's first major boost in popularity outside Germany came when music director Trent Reznor chose two Rammstein songs, Heirate mich and Rammstein , for David Lynch's film Lost Highway. The soundtrack for the film was released in the US in the fall of 1996 and later throughout Europe in April 1997.

Rammstein then went on to tour through Germany, Austria and Switzerland from September to October 1996, performing an anniversary concert on 27 September called "100 years of Rammstein". Guests to the concert included Moby, Bobo and The Berlin Session Orchestra, Berlin director Gert Hof was responsible for the light show.

Sehnsucht and Live aus Berlin (late 1996-2000)

Rammstein started recording Sehnsucht in November 1996 at the Temple Studios in Malta. The album was again produced by Jacob Hellner. The first single off the album, entitled Engel was released on 1 April 1997 and later reached gold status in Germany on 23 May. This prompted the release of a fan edition of the single, named Engel (fan edition) . This contained two previously unreleased songs, Feuerräder and Wilder Wein . Release of the second single from the album Sehnsucht was Du hast , which hit the German single charts August 1997 at number 5. Rammstein then continued touring in the summer whilst Sehnsucht was released on 22 August 1997. The album reached number 1 in Germany after only two weeks in the charts. Simultaneously, Herzeleid and both the singles off Sehnsucht ( Du hast and Engel ) were in the Top 20 of the German charts. Rammstein continued to headline sold out shows throughout Europe in September, October and November 1997 before releasing their cover of Kraftwerk's Das Modell . The single included another unreleased song entitled Kokain . On 5 December 1997, Rammstein embarked on their first tour of the United States with KMFDM.

On 22 and 23 August 1998, Rammstein played to over 17,000 fans at the Wuhlheide in Berlin; the biggest show the band have ever played there up to that date. Supporting acts were Danzig, Nina Hagen, Joachim Witt and Alaska. The show was professionally filmed, intended to be released on their upcoming live DVD , Live aus Berlin.

Rammstein embarked on a live tour with Korn, Ice Cube, Orgy and Limp Bizkit called the Family Values tour in September through to late October 1998. To further continue their success in the US , Sehnsucht received Gold record status on 2 November.

The Band was nominated at the MTV European Music Awards for Best Rock Act and performed Du hast live on 12 November that year.

Rammstein had further success in 1999, starting off the year in February with a nomination for Best Metal Performance at the 42nd-annual Grammy Awards. A year after it was filmed, the Live aus Berlin concert was released on CD on 30 August 1999, with a limited edition double CD also available. Two weeks after it was released, Live aus Berlin went to number one in the German Album Charts. On 13 September and 26 November 1999 the video and DVD versions of the concert were released respectively.

Mutter (2000-2002)

The recording of Rammstein's album Mutter took place in the south of France between May 2000 and June 2000, and it was later mixed in Stockholm in October of that year. During Christmas 2000, Rammstein released an mp3 of Links 2-3-4 as a taster for their new album.

2001 was a busy year for Rammstein, starting in January and February with the band playing the Big Day Out festival in Australia and New Zealand. January also heralded the shooting of the video for their upcoming single, Sonne , recorded in Potsdam at Babelsberger Filmstudios from 13 to 15 January 2001. The video was released on 29 January 2001. The single for Sonne was released on 12 February 2001 in Europe, featuring an instrumental version of the song, two remixes by Clawfinger and Adios from the upcoming album.

Mutter was released on 2 April 2001, sparking another Rammstein tour through Germany, Austria and Switzerland. On 14 May, the second single off the album, Links 2-3-4 , was released, along with a video of the single on 18 May. After a tour throughout Europe in June, the band then toured the US , Canada and Mexico from June to August 2001.

Ich will , the third single from the album, was released on 10 September 2001 and a tour edition of the Mutter album was released, featuring alternative artwork and live versions of Ich will , Links 2-3-4 , Sonne and Spieluhr . From 8 to 12 January 2002, Rammstein traveled to Prague to participate in a minor scene for the film xXx. The band is seen in the opening scene, performing their song Feuer frei! in a concert. Feuer frei! was released across Europe as the first single from the xXx soundtrack on 14 October 2002. Rammstein released two remixes of the song. Furthermore, the single's track listing included Du hast and Bück dich cover versions by Battery. The video for the single was edited by Rob Cohen, which contains part Rammstein performance at the beginning of the film and part snippets from the film itself.

Reise, Reise (2003-2005)

Rammstein recorded Reise, Reise at the El Cortijo studio in southern Spain between November 2003 and December 2003, it was later mixed at Toytown studio in Stockholm, Sweden in April and May 2004. The first single from the album was Mein Teil , released on 26 July 2004. The video was shot in the Arena, in the Treptow district of Berlin. Outdoor shooting took place at the Deutsche Oper (Opera House) U-Bahn station on Bismarckstrasse. The director was Zoran Bihac, who also filmed the Links 2-3-4 video. The video for Amerika was filmed on 6 and 7 August 2004 in the ruins of the former cement works in Rüdersdorf near Berlin, Germany under the direction of Jörn Heitmann (who also directed the Ich will video , among others). The space suits for the moon scenes were borrowed from Hollywood and 240 tons of ash were needed to create the moon landscape. The video premiered on 20 August 2004.

The second single from Reise, Reise was Amerika , released on 13 September 2004. With the album released on 27 September, it went straight to top 10 charts throughout Europe. According to the Billboard charts, Rammstein were now the most successful German-language band of all time. Rammstein then toured Germany through November and some of December 2004, releasing the single Ohne dich on 22 November.

In February 2005, Rammstein toured Europe again. By 28 February 2005, Rammstein had played 21 concerts in front of more than 200,000 spectators in ten countries. Keine Lust was the fourth single released from Reise, Reise on 28 February 2005.

From 27 May to 30 July 2005, Rammstein played festivals across Europe. Footage from these concerts eventually ended up on Rammstein's live DVD Völkerball , released in November 2006.

Rosenrot and Völkerball (2005/2006)

In August 2005, Rammstein revealed the name of their next studio album: Rosenrot . Their first single from the album, Benzin , was released on 5 October 2005, with its video premiere on 16 September 2005. The album Rosenrot was released worldwide on 28 October 2005. Directly following the release, the album continued the success of its predecessor, Reise, Reise , placing on top 10 charts in 20 different countries.

16 December 2005 marked the release of the title track on the album Rosenrot . The video for Mann gegen Mann was released on 6 February 2006, with the single being released on 3 March. On 19 February 2006, Rammstein had an asteroid named after them, 110393 Rammstein.

On 17 November the first Rammstein live DVD since Live aus Berlin from 1998 was released. Völkerball shows concert-performances by the band in England, France, Japan and Russia. The special edition is extended by a second DVD , which contains the documentaries "Anaconda in the net" by Mathilde Bonnefoy and the "Making of the album Reise, Reise " by Rammstein guitarist Paul Landers . The limited edition was released as a large black and white photo-book with photos by Frederic Batier, who had accompanied the band through their recent tours. The photo-book edition contains two DVD s and two live albums.

Liebe ist für alle da (2007-Present)

The band took a time out in 2006, and began work again in 2007. In an interview with German rapper Bushido (who contributed the "Electro Ghetto remix" of Amerika ) on 21 January 2007, Bushido reported recording a song with Rammstein, called Vergiss uns nicht ("Don't forget us"). In this interview, Bushido also mentioned that he was unsure whether it would be on their "best of" album or not. This was the first mention of a "best of" album, or the new album all together. In addition, keyboardist Christian "Flake" Lorenz confirmed this in an interview with Metal Hammer Germany in November, stating that they would have most likely released a new album in 2008. The band did not tour during 2007 due to album production. Their website confirmed work on a new album, but no word of a "best of" album has yet been mentioned. In January 2008, guitarist Richard Kruspe confirmed on the Talking Metal Podcast that Rammstein was recording an album as they spoke, during that same interview he confirmed a "big world tour" following the next album to contain US dates.

On 4 November, the band finished the pre-production in Berlin and went to the Henson Studio in Los Angeles. After 7 intensive weeks they had recorded the drums, guitars and most of the vocals.

Two very short (less than two minutes) "making of" videos have been released during the development of the album. One video, released on the band's website, shows drummer Christoph "Doom" Schneider recording drums for one of the tracks ( Mehr ), and the second, released on the band's MySpace page, features keyboardist Flake Lorenz practicing notes for another track.

On 6 May 2009, Rammstein announced a European Tour dates on their website. The June '09 release of Metal Hammer featured an interview with Rammstein-manager Emanuel Fialik. In regard to the upcoming album Fialik quoted Musically, it has the force of Mutter while the beauty of the melodies of Sehnsucht - Just so it has fixed in my ears. and also that it will feature two soft ballads and the rest will be hard as a rock . He even went as far to say that the disk is the biggest surprise since the birth of his son. The interview concluded with Fialik stating It is musically the best Album, which until now has Rammstein recorded!

In July 2009, the track Liebe ist für alle da leaked onto the internet, along with promotional materials. This has led Universal Music to take action against certain fan sites.

It was confirmed in August 2009 that the new album will have 11 tracks, and mixing of the album - which was taking place in Stockholm - has been completed. On September 2009, it was confirmed on the band's website that Pussy will be the first single from the new album. On the same day, The Gauntlet posted a promotional video for it. The video also confirmed the new album title, Liebe ist für alle da . Later, the title was confirmed again in an interview with Paul Landers for RockOne magazine.

The music video for Pussy was released 30 minutes early on September 16, 2009, at 20:30 GMT , released especially for the adult website Visit-x. The video contains graphic scenes of male and female nudity as well as women engaging in sexual activity with the band members. Metal Hammer released an edited version of the video onto their website.

The video for Ich tu dir weh was released on December 21, 2009 on the adult website Visit-x; it depicts the band on stage in a similar configuration as the one on their 2009/10 tour. The single was released on January 15, 2010. On Friday April 23, 2010, Rammstein released their video Haifisch . Unlike the video for Ich tu dir weh , it contains more of a storyline rather than a performance. The single was released May 28, 2010.

On November 8, 2009 Rammstein began the first leg of the Liebe ist für alle da tour in Lisbon, Portugal. As part of their European summer tour, Rammstein performed at the 2010 Rock am Ring Festival on 4–6 June 2010. They also headlined several shows across Europe on the Sonisphere Festival, including their first ever outdoor UK performance at Knebworth Park, performing the day before Iron Maiden. On Sunday July 18, 2010, Rammstein played in front of more than 130,000 people in Quebec City on the Plains of Abraham as the closing show for the Festival d'été de Québec. It was their first North American appearance in 9 years. The band announced that their last tour dates of 2010 were to be in the Americas. After several South American dates, the band returned to the United States for a single show at the famous Madison Square Garden in New York City - their first US show in over nine years. They also performed at Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada on December 9. This concert also sold out within the first hour of tickets going on sale, indicating a high demand to see Rammstein in North America. The band then played at Big Day Out 2011 from January 21 to February 6 in New Zealand and Australia. The band also visited South Africa for the first time in 2011 and played two concerts at Cape Town and Johannesburg. On February 16, 2011, Rammstein announced that after the massive success of their sold out Madison Square Garden show on December 11, 2010 they would be touring North America after 10 years to a total of six US dates, three Canadian dates, and four Mexican dates. On April 20, 2011 the band also won the Revolver Golden God Award for best live band, their first US award.

Made In Germany 1995-2011 (2011-present)

Rammstein will release a best of album titled Made In Germany 1995–2011 on December 2, 2011. It will contain one previously unreleased track, Mein Land which will also be available as a single on November 11, 2011 with another unreleased track Vergiss uns nicht , the song that was recorded with Bushido. The compilation will be available in three different editions. The video for the song Mein Land was filmed on May 23, 2011 at Sycamore Beach in Malibu, California. It will premiere on the band's official website on November 11, 2011. A full European tour in support of Made In Germany 1995-2011 will spawn from November 2011 to March 2012.

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Saw them with my granddaughter at Olympiastadion, Berlin on 15th July 2023. I've been to many live shows and gigs over the years, but Rammstein raised the bar above all else. Fantastic visuals, pyros, lighting and of course sound. This band give you EVERYTHING, this is music, entertainment, theatre. I was literally blown away, so much so, we saw them again at their final gig of 2023 at King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels on 5th August 2023. Roll on Dublin June 2024, something to REALLY look forward to. Mike, Hull, UK.

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When you try to see a group for years, the worry is that when you do get to go to their concert it will turn out to be a bit of an anti climax.

Not Rammstien. They were everything I expected and more. Brilliant, fantastic, superb.

As a visual show it was all the usual pyrotechnics and smoke and bang bangs.?

Instrumentally everything we all love about them with heavy riffs/shredding.

I loved this concert and will go and see them again

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An Epic show!

Rammstein knows how to lighten up a room.

Great setlist, great visual effects.

I didn’t like the venue though. I found the sound really crappy.

It seems that there was a technical glitch during the song “Rammstein”. And I must confess that after “Sonne” the venue was filled with smoke and the rest of the show was quite hidden when there was too much light.

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    On 5 December 1997, Rammstein embarked on their first tour of the United States with KMFDM. On 22 and 23 August 1998, Rammstein played to over 17,000 fans at the Wuhlheide in Berlin; the biggest show the band have ever played there up to that date. ... On 6 May 2009, Rammstein announced a European Tour dates on their website. The June '09 ...

  16. 29.09.1997 (concert)

    Tour dates; Song list; Merchandise; Till Lindemann Information; Discography; Videography; Tour dates; Song list; Merchandise; Members Richard Kruspe; ... Rammstein touring chronology; 28 Sep 1997: 29 Sep 1997: 1 Oct 1997: Information. This show was sold out months in advance. Setlist. The setlist is completely unknown.

  17. Rammstein

    Rammstein live recording from Bizarre Festival in Köln, Germany 17.08.1997. [REMASTERED]*I had to cut some parts of Tier to avoid the whole video getting blo...

  18. Rammstein Full Tour Schedule 2024 & 2025, Tour Dates & Concerts

    Rammstein tour dates 2024. Rammstein is currently touring across 10 countries and has 31 upcoming concerts. Their next tour date is at Letiště Letňany / Letňany Airport in Prague, after that they'll be at Letiště Letňany in Prague. See all your opportunities to see them live below!

  19. 09.10.1997

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  20. KMFDM "Symbols" Tour

    Rammstein Information; Biography; Discography; Videography; Tour dates ... Rammstein were supposed to open for KMFDM on the first batch of their tour dates in the United States, but were ultimately replaced by Pig for an unknown reason. Tour Dates. Initial Date Date Venue City Country 31 Oct 1997: The Glass House: Pomona, CA: United States: 5 ...

  21. RAMMSTEIN Announce North American Stadium Tour Dates

    September 3, 2020 - Chicago, IL - Soldier Field [ Tickets] September 6, 2020 - Foxborough, MA - Gillette Stadium [ Tickets] September 10, 2020 - East Rutherford, NJ - MetLife Stadium ...

  22. 10.10.1997 (concert)

    Bei mir war es Rammstein 1997, am 10. Oktober, Völklingen Hermann Neuberger Halle. Ich stand da, wo der brennende Pfeil (von Lindemann abgeschossen und quer durch die Halle) in die Wand einschlug." Retrieved 23 January 2019. Rammstein. Members.

  23. 06.12.1997

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