Monday, September 12, 2011

Music Video Monday - Rammstein's Du Hast

Welcome to this weeks Music Video Monday. Sorry but this is looking to be a short post. I am off for the weekend, but using my time to spend with the family before I head back down the hill for work. So lets get this show on the road....

For this weeks video, I chose a classic from the late 90's... Rammstein's Du Hast.

This video is what started it all for me. I was mesmerized when I first saw this video. The hard driving, yet simple guitar riff was awesome. Little did I know at the time, but this wasn't there first album. I began collecting the old and new albums. As of this point, I own all their cd's except for the very rare box set. I have seen them live, twice, and would do just about anything to see them any chance I get. Rammstein are on top of the world when it comes to Industrial Metal.

Rammstein's live show is not to be missed. They fill an entire set, with theatrics, stage props, LOTS OF PYRO, and of course the best music Rammstein has to offer. Rammstein's music makes a 2 hour set fly by like it was 10 minutes. So much happens, its hard to catch and remember it all. Truly one of the BEST live act I have ever seen!

Please check out my Youtube channel for Rammstein Videos from their live show at the forum this past May. Jenny and I had a blast at that show. 

Thank you for checking out this weeks music Video Monday. If you have any suggestions feel free to  leave me a comment, email me, or message me on twitter :-) and please spread the word about my blog. I welcome any and all users.

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Music Video Monday - God Module's Rituals

It is that time of the week again....I know I know, I am now dreading Mondays as well. This week, I have chosen a song that is sure to get you moving. This song should also give you a great Halloween feel.

This is Rituals, a single from the upcoming album Seance.

God Module has been known to the industrial genre as the premiere form of Horror Industrial. I love God Module's unique sound. Very intriguing, very mysterious, with an eerie spooky feel. If listening to God Module doesn't get you in the mood for Halloween, I'm not sure what will. Jasyn , Courtney, and Clint do an awesome job, not only in writing and creating, but stage performance. I had an opportunity to see god Module perform in Hollywood last November. I am sure glad I arrived early for their set. 

When listening to God module, I am reminded of the "Underground" Halloween Haunt Maze at Knott's Scary Farm. god Module doesn't just make "scary" music. They have made some great club tracks. Their songs are filled with hard hitting beats that will not only make you move, but give you the creeps lol

Catch God Module on the upcoming Triptych tour! Tickets are available now. You also have the opportunity of purchasing special VIP tickets. VIP includes a prize pack of items, early entry into the show (for soundcheck) and a guided tour from Combichrist's very own Joe Letz!

This tour is to help promote their new album Seance. Lots of bands have collaborated to remix songs for the band's single releases as well. If you search God Module on Youtube, you will find a Seance sample video Jasyn uploaded. It samples every song on the album! I am very excited for the release and the upcoming tour. It is going to be a lot of fun and great music. 

For all CD and single release information, please visit

Ticket info for the Tour, including VIP tickets and the Das Bunker show in LA can be found here: