Rammstein just released the new music video ‘Zick Zack’ shot in Warsaw

Just before Christmas, the German band Rammstein was spotted in the streets of Warsaw, the singer, Till Lindemann, at the Bristol Hotel, and the rest of the band next to Złote Tarasy. The band was shooting a music video in the abandoned Tworkowski psychiatric hospital in the South-West of Warsaw and Teatr Sabat Małgorzaty Potockiej for the song ‘Zick Zack’.

As usual, this song refers to society and its weaknesses. The new album ‘Zeit’ (Time) will be an allegory of the passing of time, which is referred to in the title ‘Zick Zack’ referring to aging, appearances, and excessive plastic surgery.

Rammstein was scheduled at the PGE Stadion Narodowy on July 17th, 2020 but due to the pandemic situation, the concert was postponed once on July 17th, 2021, but due to the persistence of the pandemic the show has been postponed today for the second time, the show should be held on July 16th, 2022.

Due to the expected ongoing event-bans and restrictions related to COVID-19, Rammstein was unfortunately forced to postpone the planned European Stadium Tour again. Find more information on http://ramm.st/europetour2022!

Originally tweeted by Rammstein (@RSprachrohr) on 24 mars 2021.

It will be the third concert of the band, the first time was one year after the creation of Rammstein on November 29th, 1995 at Stodoła next to Pole Mokotowskie. More about this event on rammwiki.net and the IMPACT Festival at Bemowo Airport on June 4th, 2013 during the Made In Germany Tour 2013. More about this event here.

Rammstein is famous and internationally known for its spectacular pyrotechnic effect show, several times awarded as the best show on the planet. The band was created in 1994 by the lead vocalist Till Lindemann, lead guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe, rhythm guitarist Paul Landers, bassist Oliver Riedel, drummer Christoph Schneider, and keyboardist Christian “Flake” Lorenz. All coming from the East-Germany, they lived in Communism Germany.

In 1995, they released “Herzeleid” their first album, it was not a success until they started to perform using pyrotechnics the album on stage then, the album was ranked 6th in Germany. The pyrotechnic was first created by the vocalist Till Lindemann (previously explosives specialist in the army) to entertain the crowd but also to enjoy more the show because he was bored to just sing.

2 years later, “Sehnsucht” (desire) is released and quickly N°1 in Germany, then they toured 4 years, two songs “Engel” but above all “Du Hast” became the most successful songs of the band all over the world.

After the Tour, they released “Mutter” in 2001, the six singles of the album were ranked in the top charts in Europe. The main single, “Sonne“, reached No. 2 in Germany and “Mein Herz Brennt” became a hit for the fans but the band stopped for several months after September 11th. The band was in New-York, and they saw everything, shocked and changed they decided to make a break in their career.

Reise, Reise” the 4th album were released in 2004 with two successful song “Mein Teil” and “Amerika” (all two n°2 in Germany).

Rosenrot” the 5th album, was released in 2005, and the lead single, “Benzin“, was ranked No. 1 in Finland (the first ever N°1 single).

The 6th album was released in 2009 and became one of the biggest successes of Rammstein, “Pussy” one of the single was charted N°1 in Germany supported by a pornographic video clip (creating controversy). Then, the band toured for several years.

In May 2019, Rammstein released its most successful album, called simply Rammstein the album was charted N°1 in 14 countries. The first video clip called “Deutschland” (Germany) (110 million views on YouTube) created controversy, but the video depicted the History of Germany, often a dark and violent History.

On April 29th, Rammstein will release ‘Zeit’ (Time). Already, 2 songs were released, ‘Zick Zack’ and ‘Zeit’. 11 songs will be featured in the new studio album: Armee der Tristen, Zeit, Schwarz, Giftig, Zick Zack, OK, Meine Tränen, Angst, Dicke Titten, Lügen, and Adieu.

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