By: Milen Vesovic
Belgrade, March 18, 2010 (Serbia Today) - The most famous German band Rammstein will play on March 20,2010 at the Belgrade Arena in Belgrade. There is great interest for this concert. Until now 12,000 tickets were sold out of the 16,000 released.
The audience expects a true spectacle on stage: the stage on wheels, breathtaking pyrotechnics raging from missiles to fire waterfall. Equipment arrives in Belgrade in 20 trucks, and a movable stage on 128 wheels will be mounted by a number of technical teams arriving to Serbia by eight buses. The stage on which the German rockers will perform consists of four parts - the bottom (long 16m, and five meters wide), central (20 meters long and three meters wide) and bunkers that are located on both sides of the stage.
Rammstein are known for their fantastic live performances with the use of fascinating pyrotechnic resources, and their music is classified as "Neue Deutsche Harte" - a combination of the industrial-metal, vocals, synths and rhythm machines.
Their new, sixth studio album in 15-year career, includes 11 new songs and was announced by the single "Pussy", for which they have recently published an explicit content video. The Album is directed by a Swedish director Jonas Akerlund, who has worked with artists such as Metallica, Madonna and The Prodigy.
The Band members are Til Linderman, Richard Kruspe, Paul Landers, Oliver Riddle, Christoph Schneider and Christian Lorenz, who gained cult status, not only for the great music, but for the fact that they have become incredibly popular around the world, although singing in German.