Bandets höjdpunkter
 

December 1994 - Rasmus form at school and play their first show.

· December 1995 - Release first single “1st.” on independent label, Teja G. Records.

· February 1996 - Sign to Warner Finland.

· May 1996 - Release first album “Peep”, which goes Gold.

· 1996 - Play over 100 shows, including festivals in Finland, Russia and Estonia.

· May 1997 - Release single “Blue”, which goes Gold.

· August 1997 - Release second album “Playboys”, which goes also Gold.

· August 1997 – Appearance on multi band event at Helsinki Olympic Stadium to 40,000 people and a nationwide TV audience.

· 1997 - Play over 100 shows including festivals and clubs supporting Rancid and Dog Eat Dog.

· 1997 – Win Finnish Grammy Award as Best New Act of 1996.

· September 1998 - Release “Liquid” single – the video goes on MTV Nordic Top 40.

· December 1998 – “Liquid” voted best song of 1998 by critics and fans.

· February 1999 - Support Garbage at Helsinki Ice Hall to 4,000 people.

· April 1999 - Tour of 6 shows of Ice Halls headlining a multiple bill.

· 1999 - Play over 80 shows and festivals in Finland.

· August 1999 – “Liquid” wins award at Finnish Music Video Festival.

· October 1999 - Rasmus support Red Hot Chili Peppers for 2 shows at Helsinki Ice Hockey Stadium - capacity 12,000 per night.

· April 2000 - Rasmus becomes The Rasmus and signs to Playground Music Scandinavia.

· May 2000 – The new album is recorded in Stockholm.

· December 2000 – January 2001 mixing in Stockholm.

· February 2001 – The Rasmus release the single “F-F-F-Falling” in Finland. It stays Number 1 in the Finnish sales charts for three months, and sells Gold in May.

· March 2001 – The Rasmus release the album “Into” in Finland. It goes Number One and sells Gold in May.

· April 2001 – The Rasmus tour Sweden, Denmark, Norway and do TV and promotion.

· May 2001 – The album Into is released in Denmark.

· May, June, July, August 2001 – The Rasmus tour Finland and do EVERY festival there.

· June 2001 – The single “Chill” is released all over Scandinavia. It goes straight to Number 2 in the Finnish Sales Charts.

· August 2001 –The Rasmus play in Hamburg and Cologne.

· August 2001 – The single “Madness” is released in Finland.

· September 2001 – The album “Into” is released in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

· October 2001 – The album “Into” is released in Sweden and Norway. The Rasmus tour with HIM in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.

· November 2001 – “Into” released in Spain, France and Italy.

· November 2001 – The Rasmus support Roxette on 5 dates in Estonia, Finland and Sweden.

· February/March 2002 – two week tour in Germany with Spanish rock band Dover. Sold out – lots of good reviews.

· March 2002 – The Rasmus win four Finnish Grammys. Best Group, Best pop/rock Album, Best Album and Best Song (F-F-F-Falling).

· March 2002 – Showcase in hamburg for VIP media and radio. Raving response.

· March 2002 – The single “Heartbreaker/Days” is released. It enters the charts at #2 and climbs to #1 after one week. Massive airplay.

· June – December 2002 - Recordings for the new album "Dead Letters" done in Nord Studios, Stockholm.

· January 2003 - The single "In The Shadows" is released January 10th in Finland. It goes straight to #1 in the singles chart.

· January 2003 - The movie Bad Boys (Pahat Pojat) opens in Finland. The Rasmus contributes with the theme song "In The Shadows".

· February 2003 – The album “Dead Letters” is released in Finland. Pre-sold in Gold quantaties.

· June 2003 – The single In The Shadows sells Gold in Sweden

August 2003 – In The Shadows and Dead Letters are both #1 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

September 2008 - The Album Black Roses released