APOCALYPTICA: Video Of RAMMSTEIN Cover Posted Online

September 26, 2003

APOCALYPTICA's video for their collaboration with German punk rock diva Nina Hagen on a cover of RAMMSTEIN's "Seemann" has been posted online in Real Media format at this location.

Commented RAMMSTEIN keyboardist Christian "Flake" Lorenz: "If an artist like Nina plays one of our songs, it is like getting an award more worth than ten Echos, Grammys or whatever the business world provides. Now I can die in peace and say it wasn't all for nothing. Nina does good but not better than we do."

APOCALYPTICA's version of "Seemann", which has been hailed by Hagen as "one of the best German rock songs ever," will be released as a single on October 6.

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