RAMMSTEIN Get The Classical Treatment

According to RAMMSTEIN fan site Herzeleid.com, the Dresden Symphony Orchestra (web site) will be performing a contemporary classical piece in November based on original lyrics and music from RAMMSTEIN. The piece, entitled "Mein Herz Brennt", is an interpretation by contemporary composer Torsten Rasch and is free of any involvement from the band themselves. The shows will take place on November 20 at Dresden's Kulturpalast and on November 21 at Berlin's Arena. A CD containing the piece is slated to be released on October 20.

RAMMSTEIN will release a DVD of their videos and concert footage before the end of the year. Included on the disc will be "Links 2-3-4", "Du Hast", "Ich Will", "Feuer Frei" from the "XXX" soundtrack, their cover of DEPECHE MODE's "Stripped" and "Rammstein" from the "Lost Highway" soundtrack.

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