Rammstein first broke into the American charts with "Du Hast," a play on the German phrase for "You Hate."
In more than a decade's time, they have gone from hate to love, releasing the long-awaited album Liebe Ist Für Alle Da - "Love
is for Everyone." Awfully cheery for a band that named themselves after one of Germany's most famous air disasters, but the
boys in Rammstein love to keep folks on their toes. Get concert
to one of their most exciting U.S. tours in a decade.
Rammstein have long been kings in Germany's metal world. Their ear-pounding anthems and dark lyrical material have always
appealed to hardcore rock fans. In fact, they found a significant U.S. audience after being handpicked by none other than
Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails for the soundtrack to Lost Highway, a film he worked on by director David Lynch. That's not
to say dark rainclouds follow Rammstein around - they know how to have fun at their concerts, too. Rammstein have long been
kings in Germany's metal world. Their ear-pounding anthems and dark lyrical material have always appealed to hardcore rock
Want to rock out with Rammstein? Bring your blackest boots and be prepared to stomp around at Inglewood's
The Forum, along with a host of other venues that the metal rockers are going to be jamming at this year.
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