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RAMMSTEIN Supports Ukraine As It Fights The "Shocking Attack" By The Russian Government

"We want to remember the humanity shared by both Russian and Ukrainian citizens."

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Rammstein is the latest metal band to express support for the Ukrainian people as they sustain attacks from the Russian government. Rammstein also expressed their awareness that not every Russian citizen wants this to happen, and states "we want to remember the humanity shared by both Russian and Ukrainian citizens."

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"The band Rammstein wishes to express its support for the nation of Ukraine as it resists the shocking attack perpetrated by the Russian government. Above all at this moment, we feel particular grief for the suffering of the Ukrainian people.

"Each member of the band has various experiences of the two countries; all members of the band have friends, associates, partners, fans in both lands. We acknowledge the desperation that many Russian fans may feel when faced with the actions of their government, and we want to remember the humanity shared by both Russian and Ukrainian citizens."

Rammstein vocalist Till Lindemann also has a bit of a history with the Russian government. Lindemann was questioned and warned about breaking COVID protocol in 2021, which resulted in the cancellation of a solo show and Lindemann's manager Anar Reiband being charged for violating migration laws after claiming their visit was only for tourism. Lindemann's recent NFT sale also caused him a trouble, as part of the NFT was a music video recorded at the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg. While Lindemann filmed the video there with permission, the NFT sale was outside of the terms of the agreement.

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