September 6, 2020
From the towering, industrial nightmare of a set to the endless jets of flame, plumes of black smoke, stunning light show and, yes, confetti, this was a show for the ages - Rammstein once again confirming themselves as the biggest and best show in rock
Formed in Berlin in 1994, industrial metal pioneers Rammstein rose to prominence as one of Germany's biggest musical exports thanks to their heady blend of metal riffs, dramatic orchestration, synth-based production and theatrical live shows featuring pyrotechnics aplenty. Almost three decades later, the shock rockers hit North American shores on their first-ever US headline stadium tour in support of their 2019 album Untitled.
Commercially successful and received positively by critics, Untitled is a welcome return to form after a 10-year wait between releases. Frontman Till Lindemann's authoritative growl highlights politically charged lyrics about his home country and the world beyond it, bolstered by explosive instrumentation and driving drums. Rammstein has promised a fully-fledged live show on this latest jaunt, so prepare for latex, fire and boundary-pushing statements (like the on-stage kiss between guitarists Paul Landers and Richard Kruspe in Russia last year).
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