Although musicians are infamous for walking out on bar tabs, trashing hotel rooms and hijacking chuckwagon sandwiches from gas stations, there is one thing they deserve: the ability to torture society with their particular brand of art. Sadly, it happens all too often that bands' tours are derailed ... More >>
Christopher Victorio/OC WeeklyGerman shock rock band Rammstein just announced their 2012 North American tour in support of their first retrospective release, Made In Germany 1995-2011. The album releases in North America on Dec. 13, and they play the Honda Center on May 17. Tickets go on sale on ... More >>
UPDATE, Sept. 7, 9:44 a.m.: And what do you know, there's a 20th anniversary edition of Pocket Full of Kryptonite that features the album "as you remember it." Original post, Sept. 6, 10:36 a.m.: Nostalgia for the 1990s has been surging lately, spurred, as nostalgia often is, by a yearning by s ... More >>
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Christopher Victorio/OC WeeklyCheck out our Rammstein slideshow here!Rammstein May 20, 2011The Forum If you're reading this right now, then the rapture didn't happen. But if you're reading this right now and didn't go to the Rammstein show at The Form on Friday night, then you did not adequate ... More >>
Bringing joy to grown men who collect action figures, the German shock rock band Rammstein is touring North America for the first time since 2001. Although they play a generic strain of industrial metal, Rammstein makes up for their sonic deficiencies with an outlandish stage show of blinding ... More >>
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