Timeline created by kermit_101
In Music
  • Till Lindeman

    Till Lindeman
    Till Lindemann was born in Leipzig, East Germany, on January 4, 1963. He grew up in the village of Wendisch-Rambow near Schwerin
    he is now known as the lead singer of Rammstein
  • The beginning

    The beginning
    Rammstein was founded by guitarist Richard Kruspe in 1989, he started the band Msagro Death Gimmicks. At that time, he was heavily influenced by American music, especially Kiss. After the Berlin Wall came down, he moved back home to Schwerin, where Till worked as a basket-weaver, played drums in the band First Arsch. Richard started working of a project by himself but soon found it extremely difficult to write both music and lyrics at the same time, so he talked till into joining Rammstein.
  • first albume

    first albume
    Rammstein began to record their first studio album named Herzeleid in March 1995 with Jacob Hellner. They then released their first single Du riechst so gut on August 17 and later on released the album on September 24,1995. Rammstein headlined a tour of their own through Germany from 2 December to 22 December consisting of 17 shows which helped to boost the band's popularity.
  • performance

    On March 27, Rammstein performed on MTV's Hanging Out in London. this was their first performance and took place in the UK. Rammstein's first major boost in popularity outside Germany came when music director Trent Reznor chose two Rammstein songs, Heirate mich and Rammstein, for David Lynch's film named Lost Highway. The soundtrack for the film was released in the US in the fall of 1996 and later throughout Europe in April 1997.
  • Populairity

    On 22 and 23 August 1998, Rammstein played to over 17,000 fans at the Wuhlheide in Berlin; the biggest show the band have ever played there up to that date. Supporting acts were Danzig, Nina Hagen, Joachim Witt and Alaska. The show was professionally filmed, intended to be released on their upcoming live DVD, Live aus Berlin. The Band was nominated at the MTV European Music Awards for Best Rock Act and performed Du hast live on 12 November that year.
  • The growth

    The growth
    Rammstein recorded Reise, Reise at the El Cortijo studio in southern Spain between November 2003 and December 2003. The first single from the album was Mein Teil, released on 26 July 2004. The video was shot in the Arena, in the Treptow district of Berlin. Outdoor shooting took place at the Deutsche Oper U-Bahn station on Bismarckstraße. The director was Zoran Bihac, who also filmed the Links 2-3-4 video.
  • Time out/Best of

    Time out/Best of
    The band took a time out in 2006, and began work again in 2007. In an interview with German rapper Bushido on January 21 2007, Bushido reported that he was going to record a song with Rammstein, called Vergiss uns nicht. In this interview, Bushido also mentioned that he was unsure whether it would be on their "best of" album or not. This was the first mention of a "best of" album, or the new album all together.
  • tours

    Rammstein is getting more and more populair and goes on a Europe summer tour in november 8, 2009. They also headlined several shows across Europe on the Sonisphere Festival which was a touring rock music festival which took place across Europe between the months of June and August. they also had their first ever outdoor UK performance at Knebworth Park, performing the day before Iron Maiden.
  • Made in Germany

    Made in Germany
    Rammstein will release a best of album titled Made In Germany 1995–2011 on December 2, 2011. It will contain one previously unreleased track, Mein Land which will also be available as a single on November 11, 2011.
  • Rammstein

    Rammstein is still an ongoing band that had a tour 3 months ago in europe and has released a new album 1/2 months ago and is still creating new albums in the future.