Rammstein in UK


Rammstein at Wembley Arena, timesonline.co.uk
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In a virtually sold out Manchester Arena (that’s nearly 20,000 people) Rammstein are in pulverising form, the crowd are going crazy, the atmosphere is electric and the firebombs launching from the stage are like World War Three on apocalypse LSD.



  1. i was at front at birmingham and i bloody went for it actually …i did headbang a bit more to combi because i was actually torn between dancin and starin at rammstein.not many peeps went for it and i felt a bit sorry they werent gettin the response they deserved so decided to stop gawpin and just enjoy it as u should.i do honestly feel that the only reason people werent dancin is cos they were scared to miss a trick and were in total awe..its not disrespect or disregard its just pure fuckin oh my god im finally here.peeps near me hardly seen anything cos the front row near rich were gettin hammered by big blokes who seen all the young girls at the front and literally tried to forcibly remove them.why the fuck wud 6 blokes wanna see the front row full of sweaty greasy haired phycos on drugs(u no who i mean)props to all the girls who got to the front and fuckin went thru an ordeal to stay there(and nearly lost their tits) and andy from combi is fit as fuuuuckkk he held my hand for a while and was much appreciated(i was the platinum blonde in black dress)

  2. I was at Manchester, standing near the front. Most of the people around me were really into it. I nearly got crushed we were that into it. Seriously the amount of screaming and jumping about that night… I was exhausted afterwards! Absolutely epic, though.

    And I agree, Combichrist were great also.

  3. Same here, I couldn’t believe when the end came…I’m still living off the memories…bring on Rammstein indeed!! I wanted to see them when they were touring with Apocalyptica, unfortunately I couldn’t make it at the time. Combichrist were a really good choice for their opening act – I enjoyed their songs as well. I only heard Blut Royale before, so was good to be introduced to more of their stuff live. I’m even thinking of biting a bullet and going to Sonisphere, although I don’t like festivals, but might go just to see Rammstein again. I really really hope they’ll come again and that time, I’ll even try to see them in Manchester as well as London if they play all three towns again. I was sitting up by Lander’s side – right off stage, second or third sitting (the S9) tier, nearly at the top of it. Whereabout where you?

  4. Opticon, hear hear!!!! bring on the Rammstien…… I didn’t want the concert to end, me and my mates were so gob smacked at the whole concert, even Combichrist were really good. where were you sitting as we were sitting also? Wibble 1

  5. I went to Wembley, it was absolutely amazing. The crowd was wild, esp in standing arena, even in the sitting where I was it was pretty much alive and by the last song everyone was on their feet and rocking out too. I’m Czech, but I’ve been living in South England since 1993, everyone’s told me how people up North are more open, more the enjoy-life types, so I’m surprised that Birmingham was much quieter/less wild than Wembley. I’ve been to a lot of wild gigs, unfortunately not Rammstein – although I have been a great fan for a long time – and this one has wiped the floor with all of the concerts I’ve experienced, one of the nights not to forget/best ever. Can’t wait to see them again.

  6. I saw them in Wembley and I am still in shock of what I saw, I will never go to another concert that will beat Rammstien, they know how to ROCK!!!!! The whole Arena was bouncing…

  7. well i diss-agree with EVERYONE !!!! i was at the wembley arena gig, right at the front ! RIGHT IN FRONT OF THE BEST MAN ALIVE ..EVER ! (richard) both my girlfriend and i took our cameras as we wanted to catch how amazing rammstein are live on our cameras as a memory! we took loads of pics but at the same time i found myself going ‘crazy’ over every song they played – it was the best gig of my life! … i would ban mosh-pits if i could…they just totally ruin experiences for people to enjoy great music. (as most mosh pits are gross- half naked- smelly-long haired or bald- scabs of men who think its hard to push and shove)!!!!
    cameras are made for capturing pure brilliance and i sum brilliance up in 1 word….- RAMMSTEIN !

    oh and richard slap my hand…wooo LEGEND !

  8. Oh, now after reading those and seeing the vids on youtube, i cant freeking wait for their concert July 18th, in Quebec City, CANADA.

  9. I agree with what everyone else said. I was at the Manchester show, and the crowd seemed rather unlively. You people are talking about the floor? Ha, at least some people were jumping around. It seemed me, my friend and my aunt were the only ones getting involved out of everyone else around us in the seats!

    Regardless though, it was an absolutely fantastic show! My first Rammstein show, and man, easily the best concert we’ve seen. It was fantastic. Will not be a night I’ll soon forget. 🙂

  10. Big chance that there will be a live-DVD of this show.. Who still needs a a crapy you-tube movie? I must admit, some movies are quite high quality!

  11. Went to the Birmingham gig. The concert sounded better and ran much more smoothly than the Barcelona gig I went to but on the other hand I was let down by a lot of the fans around me. Apologies to anyone sitting in block H but it literally seemed like I was the only one singing along. Next time im making sure I get standing tickets and get near the front cause at the Barcelona gig it was nothing short of awesome 😀

    A big thank you to Ramms+ein though…every tour they totally out perform themselves from the last tour. They JUST keep getting better 🙂

  12. I was at Manchester, right on the barrier, and absolutely loved it. I took a couple of photos and one video, just really to show I was there. But I agree, people who spend the whole time on their phones can’t really enjoy the show. Unbelievable show though…come back soon!

  13. Same as you, Karl. I was at Birmingham and the only wild people I saw were 2 or 3 girls standing at the front railings of the seated section. The standing section, apart from a few guys, was completely still.

  14. I agree! I was at the Birmingham show and there was no mosh pit – everyone was too busy filming the f***ing thing on their phones and cameras! I mean it’s RAMMS+EIN so of course I wanted to remember it and I wish I had gotten some video footage but all I did was take a few pictures of the coolness and I enjoyed the show! I tried recording from the opening bit but I wanted to enjoy it and not film it so I put my camera away! I think I was a lot more wild up in the sitting area that most of the people standing were!

  15. There should be one person with a mobile phone that puts his movies on you-tube. so the other 19.999 persons can watch the show without a phone or camera blocking there sight.

    On the other site, Its RAMMSTEIN who wouldnt want to remember that? 😉

  16. when i went to see them in Arnhem i debated whether to take a camera but decided against it because it’s too much of an experiance to waste staring through a lense

  17. Indeed.. more and more people spend a lot of time spend filming concerts instead of enjoying themselves at the moment..

  18. I went to that concert in Manchester Arena and I must tell you I was surprised how NOT wild the crowd was. Especially people in the mosh-pit. It seemed that they cared more about filming the show with their stupid phones rather than having a good time.


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