It's Rammstein week: we chart the band's rise to international fame, take you to the premiere of their new concert film, and review some of their more controversial videos.
Rammstein: German cult band
35-million albums sold worldwide, and concerts everywhere from Mexico to Russia. What makes Rammstein so popular? How did the band get started? And how did they become one of Germany's most successful rock exports?
Rammstein - on the big screen
This Berlin band has now appeared on screen twice -- in the documentary "Rammstein in America" and in the new concert film "Rammstein: Paris." PopXport meets the band on the red carpet.
Rammstein's contrversial music videos
Pornography, violence, breaking taboos -- critics say Rammstein does it all in their videos. We'll go behind the scenes with the band on a video shoot.
HIT-Clip: Rammstein - Mein Herz Brennt (2012)
Scenes from a nightmare. For a DVD video collection, in 2012 Rammstein shot a new video for an old song -- "Mein Herz Brennt." It'll scare the daylights out of you...
HIT-Clip: Rammstein - Amerika (2004)
In their song "Amerika," Rammstein pokes fun at American culture.Their US audience didn't seem to mind, though. The single made it to no. 40 in the charts, and hit no. 1 in Germany and Finland.
HIT-Clip: Rammstein - Benzin (2005)
All of Rammstein's albums made it to no. 1 in the German charts -- except the first one. The Single "Benzin" comes from the album "Rosenrot." In this video for it, the band are dressed as firefighters -- and they're up to no good.
HIT-Clip: Rammstein - Engel (1997)
We'll wrap up our show by travelling back in time -- to the band's second album, "Sehsnucht." It came out in 1997, and was their breakthrough recording. We'll play a single from the album, "Engel."