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This is Metallica’s Enter Sandman in the style of Rammstein

Rammstein would be taking you off to Nimmerland’ if they had written Metallica’s classic 1991 single Enter Sandman.

What would it sound like if Rammstein had written and recorded Metallicas 1991 smash single Enter Sandman – not just musically, but with frontman Till Lindemann’s signature vocals in German?!

YouTuber Denis Pauna has emphatically answered that question, reworking The Black Album classic with the industrial titans’ unique keyboard touches and thundering riffs. The best part, though, is the Google-translated lyrics, Denis taking viewers off to Nimmerland’… which sounds lovely.

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Since I know only a few sentences in German language, Google translator did the job again!” Denis says. And of course, I don’t know what the hell did I sang here!” We’re not massively certain either, but it’s cool as hell either way.

Recently, the musician also tackled Billy Idol’s Rebel Yell, Nirvanas Come As You Are and Alice In Chains’ Rooster in the style of Type O Negative (not all within the same song, duh), and Depeche Mode’s Personal Jesus in the style of Motörhead. Excellent stuff.

Posted on February 22nd 2021, 2:40p.m.
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