Rammstein is a German band formed in Berlin in 1994 that has since managed to grow to wild international popularity and acclaim. With the release of its 1995 debut album, Herzeleid, the group would come to be labelled the progenitors and originators of the so-called “Neue Deutsche Härte” style of music. German for “New German Hardness,” the term refers to a kind of hard rock or metal music that combines elements of alternative, industrial and groove metal with electro-industrial or techno music and usually features guitars that have been significantly down-tuned to either D or C. The band has enjoyed explosive success as all but one of their studio albums have been certified platinum in Germany, indicating album sales there of 200,000 or more, and all have been certified at least platinum by the IFPI, indicating international sales of 1 million or more. Crucial to the band’s success, especially among non-German speakers, have been elaborate, theatrical, visually stunning and controversial live shows, which have featured everything from pyrotechnics to simulated sex acts.

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