Rammstein


Asteroid 110393, Rammstein, was discovered October 11, 2001 by French astronomer Jean-Claude Merlin at Le Creusot, Saone-et-Loire, France. It has a period of 4 years, 169 days.

It was named for the German metal group Rammstein. The band's name means "battering ram" in German (literally, "ramming stone"), a reference to its sound, and also refers to a 1988 air show disaster at Ramstein (one "m") Air Base in Ramstein, Hesse, Germany. Rammstein is a sextet consisting of lead vocalist Till Lindemann, guitarists Richard Kruspe and Paul Landers, bassist Oliver Riedel, drummer Christoph Schneider, and keyboardist Christian Lorenz. They are noted for their spectacular live shows, provocative album covers, and lyrics sung mostly in their native German, for which they have sometimes been criticized.

Rammstein


The meaning of asteroid Rammstein seems to be: disaster, to batter down, power dependent on others; possibly, cultural expression taken the wrong way



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