Rammstein

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Rammstein

Rammstein in 2005 playing the ballad "Ohne dich" along with Apocalyptica.
Background information
Origin Berlin, Germany
Genres Neue Deutsche Härte
industrial metal
Alternative metal
Proggressive metal
Heavy metal
Years active Since 1994
Labels Motor Music, Republic, Slash, Universal Music Group, Vagrant Records
Associated acts Emigrate, Feeling B, First Arsch
Website www.rammstein.de
Members
Till Lindemann
Richard Z. Kruspe
Paul H. Landers
Oliver "Ollie" Riedel
Christoph "Doom" Schneider
Christian "Flake" Lorenz

Rammstein is a German metal music band that started in Berlin in 1994. The band members are Till Lindemann, who is the singer; Richard Z. Kruspe, who plays the lead guitar and is a backing singer; Paul H. Landers, who plays the rhythm guitar and is also a backing singer; Oliver Riedel, who plays the bass guitar; Christoph Schneider, who plays the drums and electronic musical instruments; and Christian Lorenz, who plays the keyboard (also known as an electronic piano). The language that they sing in is almost always German, although they have made a couple of songs in the English language and the Russian language. As of 2005, they had sold over 10 million records around the world,[1] and have made a total of 6 albums. Rammstein's music is published by Universal Music Group. Since the band was created, they have had no members join or leave.

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