RAMMSTEIN: 'Ohne Dich' Video Posted Online

RAMMSTEIN's video for the third single from their "Reise, Reise" album, "Ohne Dich", has been posted online at Viva.tv.

The "Ohne Dich" single, which was released earlier this week, does not include any b-sides, but it contains the "beta version" of the title cut, which was originally intended for 2001's "Mutter" and recorded during the sessions for that album. The single also includes a remix from LAIBACH, among others.

"Reise Reise" sold 26,716 copies in the United States in its first week of release (according to Nielsen SoundScan) to debut at position No. 61 on The Billboard 200 chart.

In other news, Mesta.net has uploaded photos taken at RAMMSTEIN's gig at Helsinki, Finland's Arena on November 24. Check them out at this location. Pictures from RAMMSTEIN's Nov. 11 performance in Barcelona, Spain can be found at AZHeavyMetal.com.


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