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RAMMSTEIN starts U.S tour in Florida

Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.

Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring "Du hast," the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.

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  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Rammstein, the Berlin-based electronic-infused metal band known for its incendiary live performances, brought a new live production to North America for a 21-date tour which launched in Florida last weekend; Friday in Sunrise and Saturday in Tampa. Its latest record, the band's first retrospective, Made In Germany 1995 - 2011, was released in the US in December. Rammstein first stormed America in 1998, touring with a set based on its Grammy-nominated breakthrough second release, Sehnsucht, featuring 'Du hast,' the song that brought the world's attention to the band. During the group's 1998 Family Values tour, praise was high, as well as indignation: band members were jailed in the US on indecency charges due to its highly provocative live show. Lead singer Till Lindemann holds certificates in pyrotechnics and the staging of explosions. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz performed the majority of the two-hour Tampa show while walking in place on a treadmill floor by his keyboards.

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