Question by  DrPill (24)

Are there any members of Rammstein who are religious?


Answer by  gagesmamaw (58)

From all the information I have been able to collect about the band Rammstein, they do not boast any religioius beliefs. They do state that they think their music should be intended to help release bad feelings and frustration but not to encourage any bad actions such as the Columbine killings.


Answer by  eilrol (1431)

I do not believe any of the members are religious. I do believe they were raised Christian but are not devout Christians or practicing Christianity. If asked about their beliefs they always say they are not concerned with religion nor beliefs. Some people ask if they are satanic and they also deny this.


Answer by  TexasJess (20)

Two of the band members- Flake and Paul- have said that they do not concern themselves with religion. Flake even said that 'fanaticism and missionary work are dangerous.' None of the band members appears to have a devout religious leaning.


Answer by  kfelicetti (235)

The members of Rammstein are not religious, nor are they into Satanism, as many mistakenly believe. They have been quoted as saying in interviews that they think religious fanaticism and rigid religious instituations are dangerous.


Answer by  CallerID (213)

If by religious you mean belonging to any denomination, possibly Christian, the answer is most likely 'no'. Their German Wikipedia biographies say nothing at all about faith or religion. However, they all grew up in the GDR, which makes it very likely that they were not raised as Christians. And any other denomination would certainly have attracted ample media attention.


Answer by  krenhoek (35)

I would assume so. I think there are four members of the group, and it is highly unlikely that none of them are religious, assuming that at least 75 percent of the population is.


Answer by  db95 (5)

As an example of a hard rock or heavy metal group, a genre not generally associated with religion, it is unlikely an member of Rammstein have a public faith.


Answer by  ganadas (4)

If any member is, he is irrevocably doomed to burn in hell for eternity and pay for all the damage it does to the youth, the moral and Christian values. I doubt that they can sleep at night without repenting for his acting and the image they convey. Religious authorities should expel any baptized person who kept that attitude.

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