Enthusiasts Rammstein rejects precious metal for good purpose
Death Metal band occurs against primary students on
Metal musical early education made in Canada: The Tech Death Metal band Obvurt played a gig in a primary school. © Provided by www.metal-hammer.de Metal Musical Early Education Made in Canada: The Tech Death Metal band Obvurt played a gig in a primary school. students in Canadian Quebec would have to be, more precisely in the Saint-Albert-le-Grand Elementary School. Not only because of the appearance of Tech Death Metal band Obvurt.
for the third time Rammstein start her charity auction "Rammstein Charity". Fans can bid a gold or platinum warmer. The proceeds goes to charity.
For the third time Rammstein start her charity auction "Rammstein Charity". Fans can bid a gold or platinum warmer. The proceeds goes to charity.
This is how it can look if you do not hang all too high to status symbols: Rammstein again starts- even more precisely: in the form of an auction "carefully selected gold and platinumawards" are auctioned. The money collected will be donated.
Music: According to a study, listening to the metal would make
© ARIS Messinis / AFP the Heavy Metal Lordi group singer, representing Finland at Eurovision in 2006. The Heavy Metal - Literally " Heavy Metal - Have never worn his name too! According to an study, the amateurs of Rammstein , Metallica or Iron Maiden -of massive men, with long hair, fervent amateur beer as the legendary will tend to turn to more food fat than reggae or jazz lovers.
The Berlin band had already auctioned out their precious metal awards for social projects inand of this year. Thus, this time it goes into the third round. Most recently, revenue organizations such as Albert Schweitzer Kinderdörfer and family works, , the Amazon Conservation Team and the Berlin city mission were good. This time, this time, four NGOs are supported again:
This time the awards for your fourth studio album "Travel, Travel" are auctioned. In an official message, the band wrote: "Rammstein Charity continues! From now on you can offer on the first "trip, travel" awards! All auction revenues are donated to various charity selected by Rammstein. "
Sports Car Collection of Neil Peart Auction
Rush drummer Neil Peart loved old elegant sports cars. His classic car collection was now auctioned profitably. © Provided by www.metal-hammer.de Rush Drummer Neil Peart with its Aston Martin Rush Drummer Neil Peart loved old elegant sports cars. His classic car collection was now auctioned profitably. Last weekend, seven fleet came oldtimers, who once owned the Rush Draft Judgers Neil Peart, who deceased on January 7, 2020, were under the hammer.
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With the choice of auxiliary organizations, the band again sets a political statement again: After the chaotic deduction of US troops as well as Bundeswehr soldier had led to the fact that the Taliban was able to take the country - after decades-long power struggles - within a few weeks, fears, especially women in Afghanistan aiming repression of the new, unaccepted government of the Taliban .
Already since 1992, the Afghan women's association for reconstruction and peace in Afghanistan is committed to supporting projects, especially women and children. The rapid deduction of military troops had led to extremely chaotic conditions at the Kabul Airport, which also produced criticism of the German Federal Government.
can bid, as already in the previous charity actions, from one euro. As usual, the highest bidder also wins.
Rammstein's seventh and so far last studio album, "Rammstein", was published in 2019. All information about your 2022 scheduled tour is.
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